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O. Reg. 413/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



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Publications Under The Regulations Act 



May 29th, 1976 



THE HOMES FOR THE AGED AND 
REST HOMES ACT 

O. Reg. 413/76. 

General. 

Made— May 5th, 1976. 

FUed— May 10th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 439 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER 

THE HOMES FOR THE AGED AND 

REST HOMES ACT 



1. Section 24c of Regulation 439 of Revised 

Regulations of Ontario, 1970, as remade by 
section 7 of Ontario Regulation 386/76, is 
revoked and the following substituted there- 
for: 

24c. — (1) The maximum amount that may be 
charged to at least 55 per cent of the residents 
who receive extended care services in a home 
shall not exceed for any such resident, 

(a) $5.90 a day for extended care services 
provided on or after the 1st day of April, 




1975 and before the 1st day 
1976; 



January, 



(b) $6.15 a day for extended care services 
provided on or after the 1st day of 
January, 1976 and before the 1st day of 
April, 1976; and 

(c) $7.40 a day for extended care services 
provided on or after the 1st day of April, 
1976. 

(2) The maximum amount that may, with the 
approval of the Minister, be charged to not more 
than 45 per cent of the residents who receive 
extended care services in the home shfdl not exceed 
for any such resident, 

(a) $12.90 a day for extended care services 
provided on or after the 1st day of 
April, 1975 and before the 1st day of 
January, 1976; 

(6) $13.15 a day for extended care services 
provided on or after the 1st day of 
January, 1976 and before the 1st day of 
April, 1976; and 

(c) $16.80 a day for extended care services 
provided on or after the 1st day of April, 
1976. O.R^. 413/76, s. 1. 



2. — (1) Part I of Form 7 of the said Regulation, as remade by section 9 of Ontario Regulation 750/74, 
is revoked and the following substituted therefor : 



PART I REVENUE 



1 . Residents from Organized Territory 

(a) Full Paying (see Note 2) 

(b) Partial Paying (see Note 2) . . . . 



Period to Date (see Note 1 ) 



Level of Care 



Residential 

Care and/ or 

Residential 

Services 



(1) 



(c) Preferred Accommodation Revenue (see Note 6) |// //////////////;/ 

785 



Extended 
Care 



(2) 



Total 



(3) 



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O. Reg. 414/76 



Period to Date (see Note 1 ) 


Level of Care 


Total 


Residential 

Care and/or 

Residential 

Services 


Extended 
Care 


(», 


(2) 


(3) 


$ 


% 


s 








$ 


$ 


$ 








$ 


S 


$ 



2. Sundry Income (see Note 3) 

3. Sub-total 

4. Residents from Unorganized Territory (see Note 2) . . . 

5. Total 

(2) The notes to the said Form 7 are amended by adding thereto the following: 

6. Subject to the approval of the Minister under section 24c (2), preferred accommodation charges 
may be made to certain residents receiving extended care services. 

3. Item 19 of Form 8 to the said Regulation, as remade by subsection 2 of section 3 of Ontario 
Regulation 704/73, is revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

19. Provincial Subsidy 

(a) - (i) Item 13 $ 



(ii) deduct preferred accommodation revenue (item 1(c) of 
column 2 of Part I of Form 7) | . 

(iii) Balance $ , 



70% of subclause ii. 



(7954) 
THE CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS ACT 

O. Reg. 414/76. 

General. 

Made— May 5th, 1976. 

Filed— May 10th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 85 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER 

THE CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS ACT 



1. Section 20a of Regulation 85 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1970, as remade by 
section 8 of Ontario Regulation 387/76, is 



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revoked and the following substituted there- 
for: 

20a. — (1) The maximum amount that may be 
charged to at least 55 per cent of the residents 
who receive extended care services in an approved 
charitable institution shall not, after the 1st 
day of April, 1976, exceed $7.40 per day for each 
such resident. 

(2) The maximum amount that may, with the 
approval of the Minister, be charged to not more 
than 45 per cent of the residents who receive extended 
care services in an approved charitable institution 
shall not, on and after the 1st day of April, 1976, 
exceed $16.80 per day for each such resident. 
O. Reg. 414/76, s. 1. 



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O. Reg. 415/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 417/76 



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THE SMALL CLAIMS COURTS ACT 

O. Reg. 415/76. 

Courts. 

Made— May 5th, 1976. 

Filed— May 10th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 800 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 

MADE UNDER 

THE SMALL CLAIMS COURTS ACT 



1970 



1.— (1) Schedule 158 to Regulation 800 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1970 is 
revoked. 

(2) Schedule 159 to the said Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor : 

Schedule 159 

1. The Sixth Small Claims Court of the United 
Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry. 

2. Those parts of the United Counties of Stor- 
mont, Dundas and Glengarry described as follows : 

i. The villages of, 

(a) Iroquois: 

(6) Morrisburg. 
ii. The townships of, 

(a) Matilda; 

(b) Williamsburg. 

3. The Village of Iroquois. O. Reg. 415/76. 
s. 1 (2). 

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THE VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION 
SERVICES ACT 

O.Reg. 416/76. 

General. 

Made— April 15th, 1976. 

Filed— May 10th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 821 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO 

MADE UNDER 

THE VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION 

SERVICES ACT 



1970 



1. Schedule 1 to Regulation 821 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1970, as remade 
by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 188/75 
and amended by Ontario Regulations 573/75, 
588/75, 1011/75, 1036/75 and 213/76, is 
further amended by adding thereto the 
following item : 

53a. Prince Edward Association for the Mentally 
Retarded 

2. Schedule 2 to the said Regulation, as 
remade by section 2 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 188/75 and amended by Ontario Regu- 
lations 588/75, 1011/75, 1037/75, 124/76 and 
213/76, is fiu-ther amended by adding thereto 
the following item : 

30a. A.R.C. Industries 
Generid Delivery 
Locksloy Indtistrial Park 
Picton 



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THE EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS 
ACT, 1974 

O. Reg. 417/76. 

General. 

Made— May 5th, 1976. 

FUed— May 10th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 803/75 

MADE UNDER 

THE EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS ACT, 1974 

1. Ontario Regulation 803/75 is amended by 
adding thereto the following section : 

HOMEMAKERS 

13a. — (1) In this section "homemaker" means 
a person who is employed by a person other than 
a householder to perform homemaking services 
for a householder or member of a household in the 
private residence of the householder. 

(2) Notwithstanding section 13, the hours of 
work in respect of which a homemaker is to be paid 
at least the minimum wage shall be not more than 
twelve hours in a day. 

(3) Subclause iii of clause a of section 11 of the 
Act and Parts IV and VI of the Act do not apply 
to a homemaker who is paid in accordance with 
subsection 2. O. Reg. 417/76, s. 1. 



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O. Reg. 420/76 



THE EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS 
ACT, 1974 

O.Reg. 418/76. 

Fruit, Vegetable and Tobacco Harvesters. 
Made— May 5th, 1976. 
Filed— May 10th. 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 320/75 

MADE UNDER 

THE EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS 

ACT, 1974 

1. — (1) Clause a of section 3 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 320/75 is amended by striking out 
"$2.00" in the first line and inserting in lieu 
thereof "$2.15". 

(2) Clause b of the said section 3 is amended by 
striking out "$2.40" in the first line and 
inserting in lieu thereof "$2.65". 

(2) Section 5 of the said Regulation is amended, 

(a) by striking out "$10.00" in the tenth line 
and inserting in Heu thereof "$11.00"; 

{b) by striking out "$1.05" in the eleventh line 
and "$22.00" in the thirteenth line and 
inserting in lieu thereof respectively 
"$1.15" and "$24.00"; and 

(c) by striking out "$32.00" in the last line and 
inserting in lieu thereof "$35.00". 

3. This Regulation comes into force on the 10th 
day of May, 1976. 



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THE LABOUR RELATIONS ACT 

O. Reg. 419/76. 

General. 

Made— May 5th, 1976. 

Filed— May 10th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 549 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER 

THE LABOUR RELATIONS ACT 

1. Section 1 of Regulation 549 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1970 is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor : 



EXPENSE OF PROCEEDINGS UNDER SECTION 112a 
OF THE ACT 

1. — (1) The expense of proceedings under sec- 
tion 112a of the Act including preliminary proceed- 
ings, hearing and preparing decisions in respect 
of the referral of one or more grievances under a 
collective agreement is fixed at $200 for each day or 
part of a day that a hearing is held. 

(2) The Board shall issue a certificate of its 
expense to the parties. O. Reg. 419/76, s. 1. 



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THE INDUSTRIAL STANDARDS ACT 

O. Reg. 420/76. 

Publication Costs. 
Made— May 5th, 1976. 
Filed— May 10th, 1976. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 
THE INDUSTRIAL STANDARDS ACT 

PUBLICATION COSTS 

1. Where an industry is designated as an inter- 
provincially competitive industry under clause e 
of section 7 of the Act, the costs and expenses of 
the publication of, 

(a) the terms of a proposed amendment to a 
Schedule ; or 

(b) a notice of a conference, 

shall be payable by the employers and employees in 

the industry. O. Reg. 420/76, s. 1. 

2. The Director shall notify the advisory com- 
mittee of the industry in writing of the costs and 
expenses of publication under section 1 and the 
advisory committee shall thereupon pay the same 
to the Director out of assessments collected from 
employers and employees in the industry. O. Reg. 
420/76, s. 2. 

3. Ontario Regulation 848/74 is revoked. O. Reg. 
420/76, s. 3. 



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O. Reg. 421/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 422/76 2303 



THE PLANNING ACT 

O.Reg. 421/76. 

Order made under Section 29a of The 

Planning Act. 
Made— May 3rd, 1976. 
Filed— May 11th, 1976. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 
THE PLANNING ACT 

ORDER MADE UNDER SECTION 29a OF 
THE PLANNING ACT 



1. A contravention, before the 19th day of March, 
1 973 , of section 29 of The Planning i4 c< or a predecessor 
thereof or of a by-law passed under a predecessor of 
the said section or of an Order made under clause b 
of subsection 1 of section 27, as it existed on the 25th 
day of June, 1970, of The Planning Act, being 
chapter 296 of the Revised Statutes of Ontario, 
1960, or a predecessor thereof does not have and 
shall be deemed never to have had the effect of 
preventing the conveyance or creation of any interest 
in the following parcels of land : 



Those parcels of land in the Township of Nichol 
in the County of Wellington more particularly 
described as follows ; 



That part of Park Lot 3 according to Registered 
Plan 181 designated as Part 1 on a Reference Plan 
deposited in the Land Registry Ofi&ce for the 
Registry Division of Wellington South (No. 61) as 
Number WGR-13, and that part of Park Lot 5 
according to the said Registered Plan designated as 
Part 5 on the said Reference Plan, and that part of 
Park Lots 5 and 7 according to the said Registered 
Plan designated as Part 12 on the said Reference 
Plan; 



Those parts of Park Lot 6 according to Registered 
Plan 181 designated as Parts 9, 15, 16 and 22 on a 
Reference Plan deposited in the Land Registry Office 
for the Registry Division of Wellington South (No. 
61) as Number WGR-14. O. R^. 421 /76, s. 1. 



John R. Rhodes 
Minister of Housing 



Dated at Toronto, this 3rd day of May, 1976. 



THE PLANNING ACT 

O.Reg. 422/76. 

Restricted Areas — County of Haldi- 
mand (now The Regional Munici- 
pality of Haldimand-Norf oik) Town- 
ship of Walpole (now City of Nanticoke). 

Made— May 7th, 1976. 

Filed— May 11th, 1976. 



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REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 285/73 

MADE UNDER 

THE PLANNING ACT 

1. Ontario R^ulation 285/73 is amended by 
adding thereto the following section : 

31. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 46 may be 
used for the erection and use thereon of a church 
parsonage and structures accessory thereto provided 
the provisions of section 9 and the following require- 
ments are met : 

Minimum front yard 50 feet 

Minimnm side )rards 15 feet 

Minimum rear yard 35 feet 

Minimum total floor 

area of dwelhng 1,100 square feet 

Maximum percentage of 

lot area to be occupied 

by dwelhng 15 per cent 

Maximum height of 

dwelling two and one-half storeys 

O. Reg. 422/76, s. 1. 



2. Schedule 45 to the said Regulation, as made 
by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 296/76, 
is amended by adding thereto the following 
paragraphs : 

3. That part of Lot 10 in Concession XV more 
particularly described as follows : 

Bearings herein are astronomic being referred 
to the road allowance between concessions 
XIV and XV having a bearing of south 78° 
west; 

Beginning at a place in the northerly hmit 
of the said road allowance 561.5 feet measured 
therealong from the southeasterly angle of the 
said Lot 10 ; 



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Thence south 78° west along the said northerly 
limit 208.71 feet to a point ; 

Thence north 12° west 208.71 feet to a point; 

Thence north 78° east 208.71 feet to a point ; 

Thence south 12° east 208.71 feet to the place 
of beginning. 



4. That part of Lot 17 in Concession II more 
particularly described as follows : 

Premising the bearing of the road allowance 
between concessions I and II to be north 78° 
east and referring all bearings herein thereto ; 

Beginning at a place in the northerly limit of 
the road allowance between concessions I and II 
distant north 78° east 100 feet measured there- 
along from the southwesterly angle of the said 
Lot 17; 

Thence north 78° east along the said northerly 
limit 100 feet to a point ; 

Thence north 16° 15' west 225 feet to a point ; 

Thence south 78° west 100 feet to a point; 

Thence south 16° 15' east 225 feet to the place 
of beginning. O. Reg. 296/76, s. 2; O. Reg. 
422/76,s. 2. 

3. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedule : 

Schedule 46 

That parcel of land situate in the City of 
Nanticoke in The Regional Municipality of Haldi- 
mand-Norfolk, formerly in the Township of Walpole 
in the County of Haldimand, being that part of 
Lot 7 in Concession XV more particularly described 
as follows : 

Premising the bearing of the road allowance 
between concessions XIV and XV to be south 78° 
west and referring all bearings herein thereto ; 

Beginning at a place in the northerly limit of the said 
road allowance distant south 78° west 250 feet from 
the southeasterly angle of the said Lot 7 ; 

Thence south 78° west along the said northerly limit 
125 feet to a point; 

Thence north 17° 05' west 175 feet to a point; 

Thence north 78° east 125 feet to a point ; 

Thence south 17° 05' east 175 feet to the place of 
beginning. O. Reg. 422 /76, s. 3. 



O. Reg. 423/76 

G. M. Farrow 

Executive Director, 

Plans Administration Division, 

Ministry of Housing 



Dated at Toronto, this 7th day of May, 1976. 
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THE EDUCATION ACT, 1974 

O. Reg. 423/76. 

General Legislative Grants, 1975. 
Made— April 13th, 1976. 
Approved — May 5th, 1976. 
Filed— May 12th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 244/75 

MADE UNDER 

THE EDUCATION ACT, 1974 

1. — (1) Subparagraph ii of paragraph 4 of section 
1 of Ontario Regulation 244/75 is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

ii. 160 per cent of the average daily 
enrolment for 1975 of resident- 
internal pupils of the board who 
are trainable retarded children en- 
rolled in day-school classes, 

(2) Paragraphs 16, 17 and 18 of the said section 
1 are revoked and the following substituted 
therefor : 

16. "equalized assessment for a local munici- 
pality" means the sum of, 

i. the assessment for 1975, and 

ii. the equivalent assessment, 

for the local municipality, adjusted by the 
assessment equalization factor for 1975 for 
the local municipality ; 

17. "equivalent assessment for a local munici- 
pality" means in respect of a board the 
amount that, if levied upon at the rate 
levied in 1974 for the purposes of the 
board on residential and farm assessment, 
such rate being adjusted by the Ministry 
where in the local municipality the general 
level of assessment for 1975 has been 
increased from the general level of assess- 
ment for 1974, would yield an amount 
equal to the sum of, 

i. the portion of the tax levied under 
section 304a of The Municipal Act 
that is allocated to the board in 
1975 under subsection 11 thereof, and 



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ii. the portion of the payment in lieu 
of taxes for 1975 payable to the 
board, 

by the municipahty of which the local 
municipality is part, that would be ap- 
portioned to the local municipality if such 
sum were apportioned among the local 
municipalities, in the case of a divisional 
board, in the same manner as the apportion- 
able sum required by the divisional board 
for 1975 is apportioned under Ontario 
Regulation 245/75 and, in the case of a 
separate school board, in a manner ac- 
ceptable to the Minister ; 

18. "payment in lieu of taxes for 1975" 
means, in respect of a municipality, the 
sum of the amounts payable by the munici- 
pality to the board for 1975 under sub- 
section 10 of section 6 of The Housing 
Development Act, under subsection 4 of 
section 637 of The Municipal Act and 
under subsection 9 of section 47 of The 
Power Corporation Act; 

(3) Sub-subparagraph e of subparagraph i of 
paragraph 26 of the said section 1 is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor : 

e. debt charges, except interest 
that the board has designated 
as ordinary expenditure and 
that is in respect of short- 
term borrowing for the pur- 
chase of capital appurten- 
ances ]>ending the issue of a 
debenture. 



(4) The said section 1 is amended by adding 
thereto the following paragraph : 

30a. "debt charge" includes, in addition to its 
meaning in the Act, interest on short-term 
borrowings for the purchase of capital 
appurtenances pending the sale of a deben- 
ture; 

(5) Subparagraph vi of paragraph 31 of the said 
section 1 is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor : 

vi. debt charges, except interest that 
the board has designated as ordinary 
expenditure and that is in respect of 
short-term borrowing for the pur- 
chase of capital appurtenances pend- 
ing the issue of a debenture, 

2. — (1) Sub-subclause b of subclause ii of clause 
d of subsection 1 of section 15 of the said 
Regulation is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor : 



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b. taxes receivable in 1974 under 
section 44 of The Assessment 
Act. 



(2) Subclause vii of clause e of subsection 1 of 
the said section 15 is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted therefor : 



(vii) 



taxes receivable in 1974 under section 
44 of The Assessment Act ; 



(3) Clause /of subsection 1 of the said section 15 
is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor : 

(/) "net recognized expenditure for 1974" 
means the excess of, 

(i) the sum of, 

a. the lesser of ordinary ex- 
penditure for 1974 and rec- 
ognized ordinary expendi- 
ture for 1974, and 

b. recognized extraordinary ex- 
penditure for 1974, 

all calculated in accordance with 
the definitions in Ontario Regu- 
lation 200 /74, 



(ii) the sum of the grants payable 
under Parts 2, 3, 4, 6 and 11 
of Ontario Regulation 200/74 as 
adjusted under Part 5 of such 
Regulation. 

3. Subsection 1 of section 20 of the said Regu- 
lation is amended by adding thereto the 
following clauses : 



(ca) 



"local taxation" means taxes levied by a 
municipality or a board for public, sec- 
ondary or separate school purposes, as the 
case may be, exclusive of taxes under 
section 44 of The Assessment Act and under 
section 304a of The Municipal Act; 



[i) "sum apportioned to a local municipality 
for 1974 for public school purposes" means 
the sum apportioned to the local munici- 
pality for public school purposes under 
subsection 1 of section 2 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 201 /74 as altered under subsection 
2 of the said section 2 ; 

{j) "sum apportioned to a local municipality 
for 1974 for secondary school purposes" 
means the sum apportioned to the local 
municipality for secondary school pur- 



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O. Reg. 423/76 



poses under subsection 1 of section 3 
of Ontario Regulation 201 /74, as altered 
under subsection 2 of the said section 3 ; 

(k) "sum apportioned to a local municipality 
for 1974 for separate school purposes" 
means the sum that would have been 
apportioned to the local municipality if 
the total expenditure of the separate 
school board for 1974, exclusive of any 
adjustments in respect of an underlevy or 
an overlevy in a previous year, less the 
sum of, 

(i) any expenditures incurred by the 
board in performing the duties of a 
municipal council, and 

(ii) the revenue of the board for 1974 
from sources other than local tax- 
ation and amounts received under 
Part 9 of Ontario Regulation 200 /74, 

had been apportioned among the local 
municipalities within the jurisdiction of 
the separate school board in the ratio, 
correct to five places of decimals, of the 
equalized assessments for 1974 for such 
local municipalities for separate school 
purposes, as altered by, 

(iii) adding thereto any expenditures 
incurred for 1974 by the separate 
school board in performing the 
duties of a municipal council for 
such local municipality, 

(iv) subtracting therefrom the amount 
received by the separate school 
board ^n respect of such local 
municipality under Part 9 of Ontario 
Regulation 200 /74, and 

(v) adjusting under subsection 2 or 3 
of section 212 of the Act. 



4. Section 21 of the said Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor : 

21. Where a board has within its area of 
jurisdiction a local municipality that is in a 
provisional county or a territorial district and on 
behalf of which the board received for the year 

1974 a payment under Part 9 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 200 /74, such board shall be paid for the year 

1975 on behalf of such local municipality an amount 
that is equal to the quotient obtained by dividing 
the product of, 

(a) the equalized assessment for 1975 for such 
local municipality; and 



(b) the greater of. 



(i) 50 per cent of the payment received 
by the board under Part 9 of 
Ontario Regulation 200 /74 on behalf 
of such local municipality for 1974, 
and 

(ii) the excess of the payment received 
by the board under Part 9 of 
Ontario Regulation 200 /74 on behalf 
of such local municipahty for 1974 
over 20 per cent of the sum ap- 
portioned to the local municipality 
for 1974 for public, secondary or 
separate school purposes, as the 
case may be, 

by the equalized assessment for 1974 for such local 
municipality. O. Reg. 423/76, s. 4. 

5. — (1) Section 29 of the said Regulation, ex- 
clusive of the clauses, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

29. Where a pupil who is not classified by 
a board as a resident-internal pupil and. 



attends an elementary or a secondary 
school in Ontario, the Minister shall pay 
the board that operates the school the 
cost of education of the pupil except where 
a fee in respect of the pupil is receivable 
from Canada under an agreement entered 
into by the board under section 161 or 
162 of the Act. 

(2) Clause / of the said section 29 is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

(/) who is a ward of a children's aid society 
or in the care of a children's aid society 
and who has not been placed for adoption 
on a probationary basis. 



6. Schedule A to the said Regulation is amended 
by striking out the grant weighting factor 
"1.0711" in Column 2 and the expenditure 
weighting factor "1.1239" in Column 3, both 
opposite "Elementary Schools" under the 
heading "Lincoln County Board of Educa- 
tion" in Column 1, and inserting in lieu 
thereof "1.0717" and "1.1245" respectively. 

7. Schedule B to the said Regulation is amended 

by. 

(a) adding the following under the heading 
"ATIKOKAN BOARD OF 
EDUCATION": 



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Geographic Townships of: 

Asmussen 84.38 

Baker 84.38 

Bennett 84.38 

Hutchinson : 

Portion in Sapawe S.S. 1 45.00 

Remainder 70.31 

McCaul 70.31 

Tanner 84.38 

Trottier 70.31 

Lands described in subparagraph iii 
of paragraph 1 of Schedule 18 to 
Regulation 793 of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1970 

Portion in Flanders S.S. 1 27.00 

Remainder 84.38 

Lands described in subparagraph iv of 
paragraph 1 of Schedule 18 to 
Regulation 793 of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1970 

Portion in Niobe Lake S.S. 1 45.00 

Remainder 70.31 ; 

(6) under the heading "CENTRAL ALGOMA 
BOARD OF EDUCATION", striking out 
the equalization factor "100.00" where it 
occurs in Column 2 and inserting in lieu 
thereof in each instance "126.33" ; 

(c) under the heading "DRYDEN BOARD 
OF EDUCATION" striking out the equal- 
ization factor "132.00" where it occurs in 
Column 2 and inserting in heu thereof in 
each instance "197.00" ; 

(ii) striking out all under the heading "EAST 
PARRY SOUND BOARD OF EDUCA- 
TION" and inserting the following in 
heu thereof : 

Towns of: 

Kearney 256.93 

Powassan 256.93 

Trout Creek 256.93 

Villages of: 

Burk's Falls 256.93 

Magnetawan 256.93 

Sundridge 256.93 

South River 256.93 

Townships of: 

Armour 256.93 

Chapman 256.93 

Chisholm 18.72 

Joly 256.93 

Machar 256.93 

McMurrich 256.93 

Nipissing 256.93 

North Himsworth 256.93 

Perry 256.93 



Townships of: — Continued 

Ryerson 

South Himsworth 

Strong 



Geographic Townships of: 

Bethune 

Croft 

Hardy 

Gurd 

Laurier 

Lount 

McConkey 

Mills 

Monteith 

Patterson 

Pringle 

Proudfoot 

Spence 

Wilson 



256.93 
256.93 
256.93 



256.93 
256.93 
256.93 
256.93 
256.93 
256.93 
256.93 
256.93 
256.93 
256.93 
256.93 
256.93 
256.93 
256.93; 



under the heading "FORT FRANCES- 
RAINY RIVER BOARD OF EDUCA- 
TION", striking out all under the sub- 
heading "Geographic Townships of:" and 
inserting in lieu thereof : 



Dance : 

Portion in Dance S.S. 1 14.00 

Remainder 45.00 

Dewart 13.00 
Miscampbell : 

Portion in Miscampbell S.S. 1 8.00 

Remainder 24.00 
NeUes: 

Portion in Nelles T.S.A. 17.00 

Portion in Sutherland and 

Nelles U.S.S. 2, 9 23.00 

Remainder 54.00 
Pratt: 

Portion in Pratt S.S. 1 6.00 

Remainder 37.00 

Sifton 13.00 

Spohn 17.00 
Sutherland : 

Portion in Sutherland S.S. 1 18.00 

Portion in Sutherland and 

Nelles U.S.S. 2, 9 23.00 

Portion in Sutherland extended roll 40.00 

Portion in Sutherland and Nelles 

extended roU 54.00; 



(/) under the heading "MANITOULIN 
BOARD OF EDUCATION ', striking out 
the equalization factor "F" where it 
occurs in Column 2 and inserting in 
lieu thereof in each instance "221.46"; 

(g) under the heading "SUDBURY BOARD 
OF EDUCATION", 



793 



i 



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O. Reg. 424/76 



(i) striking out "THE REGIONAL 
MUNICIPALITY OF SUDBURY" 
in the first and second lines, and 

(ii) striking out "Trill" in Column 1 
under the subheading "Geographic 
Townships of:" and inserting in 
lieu thereof "Trill (part)" ; 

(A) under the heading "SUDBURY DIS- 
TRICT ROMAN CATHOLIC SEPARATE 
SCHOOL BOARD", 

(i) striking out "THE REGIONAL 
MUNICIPALITY OF SUDBURY" 
in the first and second lines, 

(ii) striking out the equalization factor 
"15.90" in Column 2 opposite 
"Rutherford and George Island" 
in Column 1 under the subheading 
"Townships of" and inserting in 
lieu thereof "162.98", 

(iii) striking out the equalization factor 
"37.00" in Column 2 opposite "Hen- 
vey" in Column 1 under the sub- 
heading "Geographic Townships of" 
and inserting in lieu thereof 
"187.89", and 

(iv) adding the following after "Trill 
(part)" in Column 1 and the equal- 
ization factor set opposite thereto 
in Column 2 under the subheading 
"Geographic Townships of" : 



Wallbridge : 

Portion in R.C.S.S. No. 1 Henvey 



187.89; 



under the heading "TIMISKAMING DIS- 
TRICT ROMAN CATHOLIC SEPARATE 
SCHOOL BOARD", inserting the follow- 
ing after "Haileybury" in Column 1 under 
the subheading "Towns of" : 



Latchford 



95.22; 



(j) under the heading "INDEPENDENT 
PUBLIC SCHOOL BOARDS— TERRI- 
TORIAL DISTRICTS", striking out the 
equalization factor "33.00" in Column 2 
opposite "Connell & Ponsford T.S.A." in 
Column 1 and inserting in lieu thereof 
"308.91". 



Thomas L. Wells 
Minister of Education 

Dated at Toronto, this 13th day of April, 1976. 
(8006) 22 



THE FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 

O. Reg. 424/76. 

Restricted Fire Zones. 
Made— May 13th, 1976. 
Filed— May 14th, 1976. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 
THE FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 

RESTRICTED FIRE ZONES 

1. The parts of the Northwestern Fire Region 
described in Schedules A, B and C hereto are 
declared to be Restricted Fire Zones from the 15th 
day of May to the 24th day of May, both inclusive, 
in the year 1976. O. Reg. 424/76, s. 1. 

Schedule A 

In the Territorial District of Kenora and described 
as follows : 

Beginning at the northeasterly corner of the 
Geographic Township of Laval in the Territorial 
District of Kenora; thence southerly along the 
easterly boundary of the geographic townships of 
Laval and Hartman to the intersection with a line 
drawn west astronomically from the 69th mile 
post on the 5th meridian line as surveyed by 
A. Niven, Ontario Land Surveyor, in 1897; thence 
east astronomically to the said 69th mile post; 
thence southerly along the said 5th meridian line 
to a line drawn west astronomically from the 
southwesterly corner of the Geographic Township 
of Grummett; thence west astronomically 12.5 
miles; thence north astronomically 11.5 miles, 
more or less, to the intersection with the 4th base 
line; thence westerly along that base line to the 
24th mile post planted therein; thence north 
astronomically along a meridian surveyed by Speight 
and Van Nostrand, Ontario Lanji Surveyors, in 
1927 a distance of 11 miles and 76.20 chains, 
more or less, to the intersection with the base 
line surveyed by A. Niven, Ontario Land Surveyor, 
in 1895; thence west astronomically along that base 
line 6 miles and 8.05 chains, more or less, to a 
survey post planted therein distant 3.302 chains 
measured easterly along the said base line from the 
60th mile post thereon ; thence north 34° west 
astronomically 21 miles and 55.58 chains, more or 
less, to the southeasterly corner of the Geographic 
Township of MacNicol; thence northerly along the 
easterly boundary of the last mentioned geographic 
township and its northerly production to the 
high-water mark along the southerly bank of 
Canyon Lake; thence easterly along that high-water 
mark to longitude 93° 45' ; thence northerly along 
longitude 93° 45' to latitude 50° 30' ; thence easterly 
along latitude 50° 30' to the high-water mark along 
Lac Seul; thence southeasterly along that high- 
water mark to the westerly limit of Indian 
Reserve 28; thence in a southerly direction along 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2309 



the westerly limit of the said Indian Reserve to 
the high-water mark of Lac Seul; thence in an 
easterly direction along that high-water mark to 
the southerly limit of Indian Reserve 28; thence 
easterly along that limit and its easterly production 
to the northerly production of the easterly boundary 
of the Geographic Township of Mcllraith; thence 
southerly along that production to the north- 
easterly comer of the last mentioned geographic 
township; thence southerly along the easterly 
boundary of the geographic townships of Mcllraith 
and Webb to the place of beginning. O. Reg. 
424/76. Sched. A. 

Schedule B 

In the territorial districts of Kenora and Rainy 
River and described as follows : 

B^inning at the southeasterly comer of Godson 
Township in the Territorial District of Kenora; 
thence in a westerly direction along the southerly 
boundary of the Township of Godson to the east 
shore of Sabaskong Bay of Lake of the Woods; 
thence westerly and southwesterly along the south 
shore of the said bay and along the east shore 
of the Lake of the Woods to where the same is 
intersected by the 49th degree parallel of north 
latitude; thence due west 15 miles, more or less, 
to the International Boundary between Canada 
and the United States of America; thence south- 
erly and southeasterly along that boundary- to 
Longitude 92° 30' ; thence northerly along that 
Longitude to the high-water mark along the 
southerly bank of the Seine River; thence easterly 
along that high-water mark to the southerly 
boimdary of Indian Reserve 23 A; thence easterly 
and northerly along that boundary to the high- 
water mark along the southerly bank of the Seine 
River; thence easterly along that high-water mark 
to the southerly limit of the right of way of that 
part of the King's Highway known as No. 1 1 ; 
thence easterly along that right of way to the 
southerly production of the easterly boundary 
of the Gec^aphic Township of Bennett in the 
Territorial District of Rainy River; thence north- 
erly along that southerly production and the 
easterly boundary of that geographic township 
and the northerly production of the easterly 
boundary of the Geographic Township of Bennett 
to the third base hne ; thence westerly along that 
base line to the fifth meridian line ; thence northerly 
along the fifth meridian line 12 miles, more or less, 
to a point in a line drawn west astronomically 
from the southwesterly comer of Grummett Town- 
ship in the Territorial District of Kenora; thence 
west astronomically 12.5 miles; thence north 
astronomically 11.5 miles, more or less, to the 
intersection with the 4th base line; thence westerly 
along the 4th base Une to the 24th mile post 
planted therein; thence southwesterly in a straight 
line to the northeasterly comer of Godson Town- 
ship; thence southerly along the easterly boundary 
of that township to the place of banning. O. R^. 
424/76, Sched. B. 



Schedule C 



In the territorial districts of Kenora and Kenora, 
Patricia Portion and described as follows : 

Beginning at a point in the Interprovincial 
Boundary between Ontario and Manitoba where 
the same is intersected by a line drawn west 
jistronomically from the water's edge on the most 
westerly extremity of Pakwash Lake; thence east 
astronomically to longitude 94° 30' ; thence south- 
erly along that longitude to latitude 50° 30' ; thence 
easterly along latitude 50° 3^ to longitude 93° 45 ; 
thence southerly along that longitude to the high- 
water mark along the southerly shore of Canyon 
Lake; thence westerly along that high-water mark 
to the intersection with the northerly production 
of the easterly boundary of the Get^raphic Town- 
ship of MacNicol; thence southerly along that 
northerly production and the easterly boundary 
of the Geographic Township of MacNicol to the 
southeasterly comer thereof; thence south 34° 
east along a Une surveyed by Phillips and Benner. 
Ontario Land Surveyors, in 1928, a distance of 
21 miles and 55.58 chains, more or less, to a point 
in the base Une surveyed by A. Niven, Ontario 
Land Surveyor, in 1895, the said point being 
distance 3.302 chains measured easterly along the 
said base Une from the 60th mile post thereon; 
thence east along that base Une 6 miles and 8.05 
chains to the meridian line surveyed by Speight 
and Van Nostrand, Ontario Land Surveyors, in 
1927; thence southerly along that meridian Une 
11 miles and 76.20 chains, more or less, to the 
24th mile post planted in the 4th base Une; 
thence southwesterly in a straight line to the 
northeasterly comer of the Ge(^aphic Township 
of Godson; thence southerly along the easterly 
boundary of the last mentioned geographic township 
to the southeasterly comer thereof; thence in a 
westerly direction along the southerly boundary 
of the Township of Godson to the east shore of 
Sabaskong Bay of Lake of the Woods; thence 
westerly and southwesterly along the south shore 
of the said bay and along the east shore of 
the Lake of the Woods to where the same is 
intersected by the 49th d^^ree parallel of north 
latitude; thence due west 15 miles, more or less, 
to the International Boundary between Canada 
and the United States of America; thence 
northerly and northwesterly along that boundary 
to the Interprovincial Boundary between Ontario 
and Manitoba ; thence northerly along that boundary 
to the place of beginning. O. Reg. 424/76, Sched. C. 



Leo Bern'ier 
Minister of Natural Resources 



Dated at Toronto, this 13th day of May. 1976. 
(8008) 22 



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O. Reg. 426/76 



THE HISTORICAL PARKS ACT, 1972 

O.Reg. 425/76. 

Historical Parks — Fees. 
Made— May 12th, 1976. 
Filed— May 14th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 316/73 

MADE UNDER 

THE HISTORICAL PARKS ACT, 1972 

1. Section 5 of Ontario Regulation 316/73, 
as remade by section 2 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 512/74, is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

5. The fee for entry into Fort William Historical 
Park is, 

(a) for each child, 50 cents ; 

{b) for each student, $1 .00 ; 

(c) for each adult other than a student, $2.00; 

(d) for each family, $5.00; 

(e) for each person in a group of 20 or more 
adults, $1.50; 

(/) for each person in a school group of 12 
or more students, 50 cents ; and 

(g) for a season pass, $5.00. O. Reg. 425/76, 
s. 1. 



(8009) 



22 



THE HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O.Reg. 426/76. 

Construction Zones. 
Made— May 14th, 1976. 
Filed— May 14th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 411 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER 

THE HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

1. Schedule 22 to Regulation 411 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1970, as remade by 
section 4 of Ontario Regulation 132/72, is 
amended by adding thereto the following 
paragraph : 



8. That part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 121 in the Provisional County of Haliburton 
lying between a point situate at its intersection 
with the King's Highway known as No. 519 and a 
point situate at its intersection with the King's 
Highway known as No. 35. (Contract No. 76-02) 
(D-11). 

2. Schedule 24 to the said Regulation is 
amended by adding thereto the following 
paragraphs : 

10. That part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 401 in the Township of Charlottenburgh in 
the County of Glengarry lying between a point 
situate at its intersection with the line between 
lots 6 and 7 in Concession 2 and a point situate 
at its intersection with the line between lots D 
and E in First Concession South of Raison River. 
(W. P. 60-75-01) (D-11). 

11. That part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 401 in the Township of Westminster in the 
County of Middlesex lying between a point situate 
at its intersection with the line between lots 10 
and 11 in Concession 2 and a point situate at its 
intersection with the King's Highway known as 
No. 74. (Contract No. 76-36) (D-2). 

3. Schedule 39 to the said Regulation is 
amended by adding thereto the following 
paragraph : 

7. That part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 3 in the Township of Sandwich South in the 
County of Essex lying between a point situate 
1,000 feet measured easterly from its intersection 
with the King's Highway known as No. 401 and 
a point situate at its intersection with the roadway 
known as Essex County Road No. 19. (W.P. 
186-63-02) (D-1). 

4. Schedule 42 to the said Regulation is 
amended by adding thereto the following 
paragraphs : 

18. That part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 7 in the Township of Drummond in the 
County of Lanark lying between a point situate 
at its intersection with the line between concessions 
10 and 11 and a point situate at its intersection 
with the King's Highway known as No. 29. 
(W.P. 916-72-01) (D-9). 

19. That part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 7 in the Township of Sarnia in the County of 
Lambton lying between a jwint situate at its 
intersection with the King's Highway known as 
No. 402 and a point situate at its intersection 
with the roadway known as Airport Road. (Con- 
tract No. 75-27) (D-1). 

5. Schedule 44 to the said Regulation is 
amended by adding thereto the following 
paragraph : 



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2311 



23. That part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 11 in the Town of Huntsville in The District 
MunicipaHty of Muskoka lying between a pwint 
situate at its intersection with the hne between 
concessions 4 and 5 in Stephenson Ward and a 
point situate at its intersection with the hne 
between lots 32 and 33 in Concession 12 in 
Stephenson Ward. (W.P. 149-73) (D-11). 

6. Schedule 47 to the said Regulation is 
amended by adding thereto the following 
paragraphs : 

94. That part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 17 in the Territorial District of Algoma 
lying between a point situate 1.0 mile measured 
westerly from its intersection with the roadway 
known as Bar River Road in the Township of 
Laird and a point situate 2.0 miles measured 
easterly from its intersection with the King's 
Highway known as No. 548 in the Township of 
Tarbut Additional (W.P. 903-72-02) (D-18). 

95. That part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 17 in the County of Renfrew lying between 
a point situate at its intersection with the line 
between lots 14 and 15 in Concession 2 fronting 
Allumette Lake and a point situate at its inter- 
section with the line between lots 5 and 6 in 
Concession 2 in the Tovmship of Westmeath. 
(W.P. 804-67-00) (D-9). 

96. That part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 17 in the County of Renfrew lying between a 
point situate at its intersection with the northerly 
limit of the City of Pembroke and a point situate 
at its intersection with the Hne between concessions 
13 and 14 in the Township of Petawawa. (W.P. 
800-67-00) (D-9). 

97. That part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 17 in the Township of Gloucester in The 
Regional Mimicipality of Ottawa-Carleton lying 
between a point situate at its intersection with the 
line between lots 9 and 10 in Concession 1 and a 
point situate at its intersection with the line 
between lots 3 and 4 in Concession 1. (W.P. 
923-75-01) (D-9). 

7. Schedule 51 to the said Regulation is 
amended by adding thereto the following 
paragraph : 

4. That part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 35 in the Township of Fenelon in the County 
of Victoria lying between a point situate at its 
intersection with the King's Highway known as 
No. 35A and a point situate 0.5 mile measured 
northerly from its intersection with the line between 
lots 23 and 24 in Concession 7. (W.P. 114-66-01) 
(D-7). 

8. Schedule 59 to the said Regulation is 
amended by adding thereto the following 
paragraph : 



12. That part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 62 lying between a point situate at its inter- 
section with the King's Highway known as No. 17 
in the County of Renfrew and a point situate at its 
intersection with the Ontario-Quebec boundary 
line. (W.P. 804-67-00) (D-9). 

9. Schedule 71 to the said Regulation is 
amended by adding thereto the following 
paragraph : 

7. That part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 129 in the Territorial District of Algoma 
beginning at a point situate 10.0 miles measured 
northerly from its intersection with the King's 
Highway known as No. 554 and extending northerly 
therealong for a distance of 7.3 miles. (W.P. 
14-74-01) (D-18). 

10. Schedule 79 to the said Regulation is 
amended by adding thereto the following 
paragraph ; 

5. That part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 518 in the Township of McMurrich in the 
Territorial District of Parry Sound lying between 
a point situate at its intersection with the Hne 
between lots 15 and 16 in Concession 10 and a point 
situate at its intersection with the line between 
lots 21 and 22 in Concession 10. (W.P. 1520-71) 
(D-11). 

11. Schedule 80 to the said Regulation is 
amended by adding thereto the following 
paragraph : 

5. That part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 519 in the Township of Dysart, Bruton, 
Clyde, Dudley, Eyre, Guilford, Harbum, Harcourt 
and Havelocic in the Provisional County of HaH- 
burton lying between a point situate at its inter- 
section with the line between lots 2 and 3 in 
Concession 1 and a point situate at its intersection 
with the Hne between lots 6 and 7 in Concession 2. 
(W.P. 1514-71) (D-11). 

12. Schedule 81 to the said Regulation is 
amended by adding thereto the following 
paragraphs : 

6. That part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 520 in the Territorial District of Parry Sound 
lying between a point situate at its intersection 
with the King's Highway known as No. 124 in the 
Township of Hagerman and a point situate at its 
intersection with the Hne between the townships 
of Ferrie and Croft. (W.P. 1515-71) (D-11). 

7. That part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 520 in the Territorial District of Parry 
Sound lying between a point situate at its inter- 
section with the Hne between concessions 13 and 14 
in the Township of Ryerson and a point situate 
at its intersection with the line between lots 29 
and 30 in Concession 6 in the Township of Chap- 
man. (W.P. 1520-71) (D-11). 



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13. Schedule 101 to the said Regulation is 
amended by adding thereto the following 
paragraph : 

6. That part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 28 in the County of Peterborough lying be- 
tween a point situate 0.5 mile measured southerly 
from its intersection with the northerly limit of the 
Village of Lakelield and a point situate 0.5 mile 
measured northerly from its intersection with the 
roadway known as Peterborough County Road 
No. 6. (W.P. 91-72-120) (D-7). 

14. Schedule 135 to the said Regulation is 
amended by adding thereto the following 
paragraph : 

1. That part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 108 in the Territorial District of Algoma 
lying between a point situate at its intersection 
with the King's Highway known as No. 17 in the 
Southeast quarter. Section 25 of the Township of 
Spragge and a point situate at its intersection with 
the King's Highway known as No. 639 in the 
Township of Tp. 150. (W.P. 65-70-01) (D-17). 

15. Schedule 169 to the said Regulation is 
amended by adding thereto the following 
paragraph : 

1. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 
402 in the Township of Sarnia in the County of Lamb- 
ton lying between a point situate at its intersection 
with the Blue Water Bridge Plaza and a point 
situate at its intersection with the King's Highway 
known as No. 7. (Contract No. 75-27) (D-1). 

16. Schedule 172 to the said Regulation is 
amended by adding thereto the following 
paragraph : 

9. That part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 503 in the Township of Dalton in the County 
of Victoria lying between a point situate 0.5 mile 
measured westerly from its intersection with the 
line between lots 21 and 22 in Concession 3 and a 
point situate 0.5 mile measured easterly from its 
intersection with the line between lots 16 and 17 
in Concession 3. (W.P. 1526-73-02) (D-7). 

17. Schedule 214 to the said Regulation, as 
made by section 8 of Ontario Regulation 
510/71, is amended by adding thereto the 
following paragraph : 

2. That part of the King's Highway known as 
Baseline Road in the Township of Gloucester 
in The Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton 
lying between a point situate at its intersection 
with the line between concessions 3 and 4, Ottawa 
Front and a point situate at its intersection with 
the line between lots 7 and 8 in Concession 6, 
Rideau Front. (W.P. 10-69-19) (D-9). 



18. The said Regulation is amended by adding 
thereto the following Schedules : 



Schedule 254 



HIGHWAY NO. 35A 

1. That part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 35A in the Township of Fenelon in the 
County of Victoria beginning at a point situate 
at its intersection with the King's Highway known 
as No. 35 and extending easterly therealong for a 
distance of 1.0 mile. (W.P. 114-66-01) (D-7). 
O. Reg. 426/76, s. IS, part. 

Schedule 255 

HIGHWAY NO. 103 

1. That part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 103 lying between a point situate at its inter- 
section with the King's Highway known as No. 12 
in the Township of Tay in the County of Simcoe 
and a point situate at its intersection with the 
King's Highway known as No. 69 in Medora 
Ward in the Township of Muskoka in The District 
Municipality of Muskoka. (W.P. 922-75-01 and 02) 
(D-1 1). O. Reg. 426/76, s. 18, part. 

Schedule 256 

HIGHWAY NO. 134 

1. That part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 134 in the County of Peterborough lying 
between a point situate at its intersection with 
the King's Highway known as No. 7 and a point 
situate at its intersection with the King's High- 
way known as No. 28 (W.P. 91-72-110) (D-7). 
O. Reg. 426/76, s. IS. part. 

Schedule 257 

HIGHWAY NO. 550 

1. That part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 550 in the Territorial District of Algoma 
beginning at a point situate at its intersection with 
the westerly limit of the City of Sault Ste. Marie 
and extending westerly therealong to its terminal 
at Lake Superior. (W.P. 152-65-01) (D-18). 
O. Reg. 426/76, s. IS, part. 

Schedule 258 

HIGHWAY NO. 565 

1. That part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 565 in the Territorial District of Algoma 
beginning at a point situate at its intersection with 
the King's Highway known as No. 550 and 
extending southerly therealong for a distance of 
1.0 mile. (W.P. 152-65-01) (D-18). O. Reg. 
426/76, s. IS, part. 

J. W. Snow 

Minister of Transportation 

and Communications 

Dated at Toronto, this 14th day of May, 1976. 

(8010) 22 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2367 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 



June 5th, 1976 



THE HEALTH INSURANCE ACT, 1972 

O.Reg. 427/76. 

General. 

Made— May 12th, 1976. 

Filed— May 17th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 323/72 

MADE UNDER 

THE HEALTH INSURANCE ACT. 1972 

1. — (1) Subsection lac of section 53 of Ontario 
Regulation 323/72, as made by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 388/76, is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor : 

(lac) Notwithstanding any exceptional circum- 
stances that may have arisen in respect of the 
rendering of insured services by a physician out- 
side Ontario, the amount payable by the Plan 
for such services is, where the services are pro- 
vided to an insured person on or after the 1st 
day of February, 1976, but before the 1st day of 
May, 1976, the lesser of, 

(a) the amount actually billed by the 
physician; or 

(6) 90 per cent of the fee listed for such 
services in, 

(i) the Ontario Medical Association 
fee schedule, effective the 1st day 
of May, 1975, except the fees listed 
in the Laboratory Medicine section 
of the said schedule, 

(ii) the Ontario Medical Association 
fee schedule supplement contain- 
ing amendments to the 24th day 
of July, 1975, 

(iii) the Ontario Medical Association 
fee schedule supplement contain- 
ing amendments to the 21st day of 
Augiist, 1975, or 

(iv) the Ontario Medical Association 
fee schedule supplement contain- 
ing amendments to the 8th day of 
January, 1976. 



{lad) Notwithstanding any exceptional circum- 
stances that may have arisen in respect of the 
rendering of insured services by a physician out- 
side Ontario, the amount payable by the Plan 
for such services is, where the services are pro- 
vided to an insured person on or after the 1st 
day of May, 1976, the lesser of, 

(a) the amount actually billed by the 
physician ; or 

{b) 90 per cent of the fee listed for such 
services in the Ontario Medical Association 
fee schedule, effective the 1st day of May, 
1976, except the fees listed in the 
Laboratory Medicine section of the said 
schedule. O. Reg. 427/76, s. 1 (1). 



(2) Subsection 16 of the said section 53, as 
made by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
404/75, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor : 



{lb) The amount payable by the Plan for insured 
services rendered by a physician outside Ontario 
is, where the services are provided to an insured 
person on or after the 1st day of May, 1975, but 
before the 1st day of May, 1976, and where the 
services are those services in the Laboratory 
Medicine section of the Ontario Medical Association 
fee schedule, effective the 1st day of May, 1975, 
the lesser of, 

(a) the amount actually billed by the 
physician; or 

{b) 90 per cent of 37 cents multiplied by the 
applicable individual unit values for such 
services in the Laboratory Medicine sec- 
tion of the Ontario Medical Association 
fee schedule, effective the 1st day of May, 
1975. 



(Ic) The amount payable by the Plan for insured 
services rendered by a physician outside Ontario 
is, where the services are provided to an insured 
person on or after the 1st day of May, 1976, and 
where the services are those services in the 
Laboratory Medicine section of the Ontario Medical 
Association fee schedule, effective the 1st day of 
May, 1976, the lesser of. 



799 



2368 O. Reg. 427/76 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 428/76 



(a) the amount actually billed by the 
physician; or 

(b) 90 per cent of 37 cents multiplied by the 
applicable individual unit values for such 
services in the Laboratory Medicine sec- 
tion of the Ontario Medical Association 
fee schedule, effective the 1st day of 
May, 1976. O. Reg. 427/76, s. 1 (2). 

2. — (1) Subsection lab of section 59 of the said 
Regulation, as made by section 2 of Ontario 
Regulation 388/76, is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted therefor: 

(lab) The amount payable by the Plan for 
insured services rendered by a physician in Ontario 
is, where the services are provided to an insured 
person on or after the 1st day of February, 1976, 
but before the 1st day of May, 1976, 90 per cent 
of the fee listed for such services in, 

(a) the Ontario Medical Association fee 
schedule, effective the 1st day of May, 
1975, except the fees listed in the 
Laboratory Medicine section of the said 
schedule ; 

(b) the Ontario Medical Association fee 
schedule supplement containing amend- 
ments to the 24th day of July, 1975; 

(c) the Ontario Medical Association fee 
schedule supplement containing amend- 
ments to the 21st day of August, 1975; or 

(d) the Ontario Medical Association fee 
schedule supplement containing amend- 
ments to the 8th day of January, 1976. 

(lac) The amount payable by the Plan for 
insured services rendered by a physician in Ontario 
is, where the services are provided to an insured 
person on or after the 1st day of May, 1976, 
90 per cent of the fee listed for such services in the 
Ontario Medical Association fee schedule, effective 
the 1st day of May, 1976, except the fees listed 
in the Laboratory Medicine section of the said 
schedule. O. Reg. 427/76, s. 2 (1). 



(2) Subsection lb of the said section 59, as 
made by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 
404/75, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor : 



(lb) The amount payable by the Plan 
services rendered by a physician in 
where the services are provided to 
person on or after the 1st day of May 
before the 1st day of May, 1976, and 
services are those services in the 
Medicine section of the Ontario Medical 
fee schedule, effective the 1st day of 



for insured 
Ontario is, 
an insured 
1975, but 
where the 
Laboratory 
Association 
May, 1975, 



90 per cent of 37 cents multiplied by the individual 
applicable unit values for such services in the 
Laboratory Medicine section. 

(Ic) The amount payable by the Plan for insured 
services rendered by a physician in Ontario is, 
where the services are provided to an insured 
person on or after the 1st day of May, 1976, and 
where the services are those services in the 
Laboratory Medicine section of the Ontario Medical 
Association fee schedule, effective the 1st day of 
May, 1976, 90 per cent of 37 cents multiplied by the 
individual applicable unit values for such services 
in the Laboratory Medicine section. O. Reg. 
427/76, s. 2 (2). 

(8030) 23 

THE HEALTH INSURANCE ACT, 1972 

O. Reg. 428/76. 

General. 

Made— May 12th, 1976. 

Filed— May 17th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 323/72 

MADE UNDER 

THE HEALTH INSURANCE ACT, 1972 

1. Subsection 2a of section 48a of Ontario 
Regulation 323/72, as made by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 403/75, is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor : 

(2a) The amount payable by the Plan for 
insured services rendered by a laboratory is, 
where the services are rendered on or after the 
1st day of May, 1975, but before the 1st day of 
May, 1976, 90 per cent of 37 cents multiplied by the 
applicable individual unit values for such services 
in the Laboratory Medicine section of the Ontario 
Medical Association fee schedule, effective the 
1st day of May, 1975. 

(2b) The amount payable by the Plan for insured 
services rendered by a laboratory is, where the 
services are rendered on or after the 1st day of May, 
1976, 90 per cent of 37 cents multiplied by the 
applicable individual unit values for such services 
in the Laboratory Medicine section of the Ontario 
Medical Association fee schedule, effective the 
1st day of May, 1976. O. Reg. 428/76, s. 1. 

2. Subsection 2 of section 54a of the said 
Regulation, as made by section 2 of Ontario 
Regulation 403/75, is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted therefor : 

(2) Where an insured person, while outside 
Ontario, receives insured services rendered by a 
laboratory and authorized by a physician practising 
outside Ontario, the General Manager may cause 



800 



O. Reg. 428/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 430/76 2369 



to be paid to or on behalf of such insured person, 
where the services are rendered on or after the 
1st day of May, 1975, but before the 1st day of 
May, 1976, the amount prescribed by subsection 2a 
of section 48a. 

(3) Where an insured person, while outside 
Ontario, receives insured services rendered by a 
laboratory and authorized by a physician practising 
outside Ontario, the General Manager may cause 
to be paid to or on behalf of such insured person, 
where the services are rendered on or after the 
1st day of May, 1976, the amount prescribed by 
subsection 2b of section 4Sa. O. Reg. 428/76, s. 2. 



(8031) 



23 



THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 429/76. 

Restricted Areas — The Regional Muni- 
cipality of York, Town of Whit- 
church-Stouffville. 

Made— May 13th, 1976. 

Filed— May 17th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 101/72 

MADE UNDER 

THE PLANNING ACT 

1. Ontario Regulation 101/72 is amended by 
adding thereto the following section : 

61. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 55 may be 
used for the erection and use thereon of one 
single-family dwelling. O. Reg. 429/76, s. 1. 

2. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedule: 

Schedule 55 

That parcel of land situate in the Town of 
Whitchurch-Stouffville in The Regional Munici- 
pality of York, formerly in the Township of 
Whitchurch in the County of York, being com- 
posed of that part of Lot 4 in Concession X 
more particularly described as follows : 

Premising that the easterly limit of that part of 
the King's Highway known as No. 47, as widened 
by a Plan deposited in the Land Registry Office 
for the Registry Division of York North (No. 65) 
as Number 366, has a bearing of north 9° 26' west 
and relating all bearings herein thereto ; 

Beginning at an iron bar planted in the easterly 
limit of the said part of the King's Highway as 
widened according to the said Plan distant 697.53 
feet measured northerly thereon from the southerly 
limit of the said Lot 4 ; 



Thence continuing north along the said easterly 
limit a distance of 200 feet to a point ; 

Thence north 70° 15' 30' east a distance of 250 
feet to a point ; 

Thence south 9° 26' east a distance of 200 feet to a 
point ; 

Thence south 70° 15' 30* west a distance of 250 
feet to the place of beginning. O. Reg. 429/76, s. 2. 

G. M. Farrow 

Executive Director, 

Plans Administration Division, 

Ministry of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 13th day of May, 1976. 

(8032) 23 



THE PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 
DEVELOPMENT ACT, 1973 

O.Reg. 430/76. 

The Regional Municipality of York, 

Town of Markham. 
Made— xMay 14th, 1976. 
Filed-^May 17th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 473/73 

MADE UNDER 

THE PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT, 1973 

1. Paragraph iii of section 2 of Ontario Regu- 
"lation 473/73, as remade by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 67/74, is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor : 

(iii) Lots 5 to 10, both inclusive, in Concession 
III excepting the easterly 478 feet of Lot 10 
in Concession III. 

W. Darcy McKeough 

Treasurer of Ontario and 

Minister of Economics and 

Intergovernmental Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 14th day of May, 1976. 

(8033) 23 



801 



2370 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 431/76 



THE PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 
DEVELOPMENT ACT, 1973 

O.Reg. 431/76. 

The Regional Municipality of York, 

Town of Richmond Hill. 
Made— May 14th, 1976. 
Filed— May 17th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 474/73 

MADE UNDER 

THE PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT, 1973 

1. Ontario Regulation 474/73 is amended by 
adding thereto the following section : 

14. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 2 may be 
used for a private recreational club with ten 
outdoor tennis courts, a swimming pool and sun 
deck and a club house building with an area not 
exceeding 132,000 square feet including four indoor 
tennis courts, a dining room and meeting rooms, 
provided the following requirements are met : 



Minimum front yard 
Minimum side yards 
Minimum rear yard 
Maximum height 



100 feet 

20 feet on each side 

5 feet 

55 feet 

O. Reg. 431/76, s. 1. 



2. Schedule 1 to the said Regulation, as made 
by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 241/76, 
is amended by adding thereto the following 
paragraph : 

ix. That parcel of land situate in the Town 
of Richmond Hill in The Regional Muni- 
cipality of York, being composed of that 
part of Lot 39 in Concession I in the 
original Township of Vaughan more 
particularly described as follows : 

Beginning at the southwesterly angle of 
Lot 84 according to a Plan registered in 
the Land Registry Office for the Registry 
Division of Toronto Boroughs and York 
South (No. 64) as Number 1960; 

Thence north 75° 43' east along the south- 
erly limit of the said Lot 84 a distance of 
100 feet; 



Thence south 29° 25' west 110.13 feet to a 
point ; 



Thence south 18° 37' 20" west 61.03 feet 
to a point ; 

Thence south 0° 51' 10" west 104.70 feet 
to a point ; 

Thence south 19° 23' west 61.62 feet to a 
point ; 

Thence south 30° 31' west 66 feet to a 
point ; 

Thence south 88° 46' west 55 feet to a 
point ; 

Thence north 70° 49' west 123 feet to a 
point ; 

Thence north 0° 16' 10" west 118.28 feet 
to a point ; 

Thence north 66° 36' 10" west 115.40 feet 
to a point ; 

Thence north 16° 14' 30" east 66.26 feet 
to the southerly limit of the lands shown 
on the said Plan 1960; 

Thence north 73° 23' 40" east along the said 
southerly limit 96.84 feet to a point ; 

Thence north 74° 09' east 102.84 feet to a 
point ; 

Thence north 75° 21' east 102.96 feet to 
the place of beginning. 0. Reg. 241/76, 
s. 2; O. Reg. 431/76, s. 2. 



3. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedule : 

Schedule 2 

That parcel of land situate in the Town of 
Richmond Hill in The Regional Municipality of 
York, formerly in the Township of Vaughan in the 
County of York, being composed of that part of 
Lot 38 in Concession I West of Yonge Street, 
designated as all of Part 1 on a Plan deposited in 
the Land Registry Office for the Registry Division 
of Toronto Boroughs and York South (No. 64) as 
64R-5178. O. Reg. 431/76, s. 3. 

W. Darcy McKeough 

Treasurer of Ontario and 

Minister of Economics and 

Intergovernmental Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 14th day of May, 1976. 

(8034) 23 



802 



O. Reg. 432/76 

THE LOCAL ROADS BOARDS ACT 

O. Reg. 432/76. 

Establishment of Local Roads Areas. 

Made— May 13th. 1976. 

Filed— May 18th. 1976. 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 434/76 2371 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 571 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER 

THE LOCAL ROADS BOARDS ACT 

1. R^ulation 571 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1970 is amended by adding thereto 
the following Schedule : 

Schedule 238 

WABIGOON SOUTHEAST LOCAL ROADS 
AREA 

All those portions of the Township of Wabigoon 
in the Territorial District of Kenora, shown out- 
lined on Ministry of Transportation and Com- 
munications Plan N-694-A1, filed in the ofl&ce of 
the Registrar of Regulations at Toronto as Number 
2018. O.Reg. 432/76, s. 1. 

J. W. Snow 

Minister of Transportation 

and Communications 

Dated at Toronto, this 13th day of May, 1976. 

(8035) 23 



THE LABOUR RELATIONS ACT 

O. Reg. 433/76. 

General. 

Made— May 12th. 1976. 

Filed— May 18th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 549 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER 

THE LABOUR RELATIONS ACT 

1. Section 2 of Regulation 549 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1970, as remade 
by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 559/74 
and amended by section 1 of Ontario 
R^[ulation 608/74, and section 3 of the said 
Regulation, as remade by section 1 of Ontario 
R^ulation 559/74, are revoked and the 
following substituted therefor ; 



2. — (1) On and after the 1st day of April, 1976. 
the remuneration of a chairman of a conciliation 
board or of a mediator shall be, 

(a) $200 a day when he is presiding over a 
^tting of the board or a hearing ; and 

(b) $25 an hour to a maximum of $150 a day 
for the time he spends in executive session 
where the evidence is being reviewed or 
the report is prepared. 

(2) On and after the 1st day of April. 1976, 
the remuneration of a member of a conciliation 
board other than a chairman shall be, 

(a) $125 a day when he is sitting as a member 
of a conciliation board ; and 

(h) $15.60 an hour to a maximum of $93.60 
a day for the time he spends in executive 
session where the evidence is being reviewed 
or the report is prepared. O. R^. 433/76, 
s. l.part. 

3. The amount of the necessary travelling and 
out of pocket expenses of a chairman, mediator 
or member of a conciliation board shall be allowed 
in accordance with Management Board of Cabinet 
Directives on Travelling Expenses as amended or 
revised from time to time and set out in the Manual 
of Administration for the public service. O. Reg. 
433/76, s. \,part. 



(8036) 



23 



THE HOSPITAL LABOUR DISPUTES 
ARBITRATION ACT 

O. Reg. 434/76. 

Remuneration of Chairman and Members 

of Board of Arbitration. 
Made— May 12th, 1976. 
Filed— May 18th, 1976. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 

THE HOSPITAL LABOUR DISPUTES 

ARBITRATION ACT 

REMUNERATION OF CHAIRMAN AND 
MEMBERS OF BOARD OF ARBITRATION 

1. — (1) On and after the 1st day of April, 1976, 
the remuneration of a chairman of a board of 
arbitration shall be, 

(a) $200 a day when he is attending a hearing 
of the board ; and 

(b) $25 an hour to a maximum of $150 a day 
for the time he spends in executive session 
where the evidence is being reviewed or 
the award is prepared. 



803 



2372 O. Reg. 434/76 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



(2) On and after the 1st day of April, 1976. 
the remuneration of a member of a board of 
arbitration other than a chairman shall be, 

(a) $125 a day when he is attending a hearing 
of the board ; and 

(b) $15.60 an hour to a maximum of $93.60 
a day for the time he spends in executive 
session where the evidence is being reviewed 
or the award is prepared. O. Reg. 434/76, 
s. 1. 

2. The amount of the necessary travelling and 
out of pocket expenses of a chairman or a member 
of a board of arbitration shall be allowed in 
accordance with Management Board of Cabinet 
Directives on Travelling Expenses as amended or 
revised from time to time and set out in the 
Manual of Administration for the public service. 
O. Reg. 434/76. s. 2. 

3. Ontario Regulations 552/74 and 610/74 are 

revoked. 



(8037) 



23 



THE PLANNING ACT 

O.Reg. 435/76. 

Restricted Areas — County of Haldi- 
mand (now The Regional Munici- 
pality of Haldimand-Norfolk) 
Township of Dunn (now Town of 
Dunnville). 

Made— May 17th, 1976. 

Filed— May 18th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 280/73 

MADE UNDER 

THE PLANNING ACT 

1. Section 42 of Ontario Regulation 280/73, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
109/76, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 

42. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, each of the lands described in Schedules 
15,16,17,18,19,21,22,27,29,30,31,34,35,36,37,38, 
42 and 43 may be used for the erection and use thereon 
of one single-family dwelling and buildings and 
structures accessory thereto, provided the provisions 
of section 15 and the following requirements are 
met: 

Minimum front yard 25 feet 

Minimum side yards 10 feet 

Minimum rear yard 25 feet 



Minimum total floor 
area of dwelling 

Maximum area of lot 
to be occupied by 
dwelling 

Maximum height of 
dwelling 



O. Reg. 435/76 

1,000 square feet 

15 per cent 

two and one-half storeys 
O. Reg. 435/76, s. 1. 



2. The said Regulation is amended by adding 
thereto the following Schedules : 

Schedule 42 

That parcel of land formerly in the Township of 
Dunn, now in the Town of Dunnville in The Regional 
Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk, being composed 
of that part of Lot 9, Sheehan Tract, more particu- 
larly described cis follows : 

Premising that the bearing of the westerly limit of 
the Dunnville to Port Maitland Road where it 
intersects the southerly limit of the said Lot 9 is 
north 6° 31' west and that all bearings herein are 
referred thereto ; 

Commencing at the intersection of the southerly 
limit of the said Lot 9 with the westerly limit of 
the Dunnville to Port Maitland Road as widened 
and shown on a Plan of Survey registered in the 
Land Registry Office for the Registry Division of 
Haldimand (No. 18) as Number 47566; 

Thence north 6° 50' west in the said westerly limit 
21.33 feet to a point ; 

Thence northerly in the said westerly limit on a 
curve to the left having a radius of 911.72 feet, 
an arc measurement of 121.97 feet, the chord 
equivalent being 121.88 feet on a bearing of north 
10° 39' 57" west to a f)oint ; 

Thence south 88° 52' west along the westerly limit 
of the said road 7.19 feet to the place of beginning; 

Thence northerly in the westerly limit of the said 
road as widened on a curve to the left having a 
radius of 904.72 feet, an arc measurement of 504.76 
feet, the chord equivalent being 498.25 feet on a 
bearing of north 30° 35' 10" west to a point ; 

Thence south 4° 08' west 435.7 feet to a point ; 

Thence north 88° 52' east 285 feet to the place of 
beginning. O. Reg. 435 /76, s. 2, part. 

Schedule 43 

That parcel of land formerly in the Township of 
Dunn, now in The Regional Municipality of Haldi- 
mand-Norfolk, being that part of Park Lot 4 accord- 
ing to a Plan registered in the Land Registry Office 



804 



O. Reg. 435/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 437/76 2373 



for the Registry Division of Haldimand (No. 18) 
as Number 14472 more particularly described as 
folloMre : 

Beginning at the intersection of the line dividing the 
east and west halves of the said Lot 4 with the 
southerly limit of the Haldimand Trail ; 

Thence south 0° 03' east in and along the said line 
dividing the east and west halves of the said Lot 
200 feet to an iron bar ; 

Thence south 89° 16' east 100 feet to an iron bar; 

Thence north 0° 03' west 200 feet to an iron bar ; 

Thence north 89° 16' west along the southerly limit 
of Haldimand Trail 100 feet to the place of beginning. 
O. Reg. 435 /76, s. 2, part. 

G. M. Farrow 

Executive Director, 

Plans Administration Division, 

Ministry of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 17th day of May. 1976. 

(8051) 23 



THE PLANNING ACT 

O.Reg. 436/76. 

Order made under Section 29a of The 

Planning Act. 
Made— May 14th. 1976. 
Filed— May 19th. 1976. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 
THE PLANNING ACT 

ORDER MADE UNDER SECTION 29a OF 
THE PLANNING ACT 

I. A contravention, before the 19th day of March. 
1 973 , of sect ion 29 of The Planning Act or a. predecessor 
thereof or of a by-law passed under a predecessor of 
the said section or of an Order made under clause 
b of subsection 1 of section 27, as it existed on the 
25th day of June, 1970, of The Planning Act, being 
chapter 2% of the Revised Statutes of Ontario. 1960, 
or a predecessor thereof does not have and shall be 
deemed never to have had the effect of preventing 
the conveyance or creation of any interest in the 
following parcels of land : 

Firstly : 

That parcel of land situate in the Township of 
Nichol in the County of Wellington, being comjxjsed 
of part of Park Lot 4, Ijdng East of Arthur Road, 
according to a plan registered in the Land Registry 
Office for the R^stry Division of Wellington South 



(No. 61) as Plan 181 for the Township of Nichol 
more particularly described as the northwesterly 
18 feet in even f)erpendicular width throughout 
from front to rear of lands designated as Part 4 on a 
plan deposited in the said Land Registry Office as 
WGR 14 and the southesisterly 69.87 feet in even 
perpendicular width throughout from front to rear of 
lands designated as Part 3 on the said Plan, together 
with a right-of-way over the land designated as 
Parts 1,10 and 23 on the said Plan. 

Secondly : 

That parcel of land situate in the Township of 
Nichol in the County of Wellington, and bein^ com- 
posed of part of Park Lot 4, lying East of .Arthur 
Road, according to a plan registered in the Land 
Registry Office for the Registry Division of Welling- 
ton South (No. 61) as Plan 181 for the Township 
of Nichol more particularly described as the south- 
easterly 57 feet in even perpt- dicular width throughout 
from front to rear of the lands designated as Part 4 on 
a plan deposited in the said Land Registry- Office 
as WGR 14 and the northwesterly 31 feet in even 
perpendicular width throughout from front to rear 
of lands designated as Part 5 on the said Plan, 
together with a right-of-way over the land designated 
as Parts 1, 10 and 23 on the said Plan. 

Thirdly: 

That parcel of land situate in the Township of 
Nichol in the County of Wellington, and being 
composed of part of Park Lot 4, lying East of 
Arthur Road, according to a plan registered in the 
Land Registry Office for the Registry Division of 
Wellington South (No. 61) as Plan 181 and being 
all of Part 2 and the northwesterly 5.13 feet in even 
perpendicular width throughout from front to rear 
of Part 3 on a plan deposited in the said Land 
Registry' Office as WGR 14 together with a right- 
of-way over part of Park Lots 4 and 6 lying East 
of Arthur Road according to the said Plan 181 in the 
Township of Nichol and designated as Parts 1 , 10 and 
23 on the said Plan WGR 14. O. Reg. 436/76, 
s. 1. 

John R. Rhodes 
Minister of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 14th day of May, 1976. 

(8052) 23 



THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 437/76. 

Order made imder Section 29a of The 

Planning Act. 
Made— May 12th. 1976. 
Filed— May 19th, 1976. 



805 



2374 O. Reg. 437/76 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 439/76 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 
THE PLANNING ACT 

ORDER MADE UNDER SECTION 29a OF 
THE PLANNING ACT 

1. A contravention, before the 19th day of 
March, 1973, of section 29 of The Planning Act or a. 
predecessor thereof or of a by-law passed under a 
predecessor of the said section or of an Order made 
under clause b of subsection 1 of section 27, as it 
existed on the 25th day of June, 1970, of The Planning 
Act, being chapter 296 of the Revised Statutes of 
Ontario, 1960, or a predecessor thereof does not have 
and shall be deemed never to have had the effect of 
preventing the conveyance or creation of any inter- 
est in the following parcel of land : 

That parcel of land situate in the Township of 
Dummer in the County of Peterborough, and being 
composed of that part of Lot 31 in Concession XI 
designated as Part 11 on a plan deposited in the 
Land Registry Office for the Registry Division of 
Peterborough (No. 45) as Number RD 177, together 
with a right-of-way over that part of Lots 31 and 32 
in Concession XI designated as Part 100 on the said 
Plan. O. Reg. 437/76, s. 1. 

John R. Rhodes 

Minister of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 12th day of May, 1976. 
(8053) 23 



THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 438/76. 

Order made under Section 29a of The 

Planning Act. 
Made— May 12th, 1976. 
Filed— May 19th, 1976. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 
THE PLANNING ACT 

ORDER MADE UNDER SECTION 29a OF 
THE PLANNING ACT 

1. A contravention, before the 19th day of March, 
1973, of section 29 of The Planning Act or & predecessor 
thereof or of a by-law passed under a predecessor of 
the said section or of an Order made under clause 
b of subsection 1 of section 27, as it existed on 
the 25th day of June, 1970, of The Planning Act, 
being chapter 296 of the Revised Statutes of Ontario, 
1960, or a predecessor thereof does not have and 
shall be deemed never to have had the effect of 
preventing the conveyance or creation of any 
interest in the following parcel of land : 



That parcel of land situate in the Township of 
Percy in the County of Northumberland and 
being composed of part of Lot 14 in Concession IV 
in the said Township of Percy, designated as Part 39 
according to a plan deposited in the Land Registry 
Office for the Registry Division of Northumberland 
East (No. 38) as Number RD 68. O. Reg. 438/76, 
s. 1. 

John R. Rhodes 
Minister of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 12th day of May, 1976. 

(8054) 23 



THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 439/76. 

Order made under Section 29a of The 

Planning Act. 
Made— May 12th, 1976. 
Filed— May 19th, 1976. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 
THE PLANNING ACT 

ORDER MADE UNDER SECTION 29a OF 
THE PLANNING ACT 

1. A contravention, before the 19th day of March, 
1973, of section 29 of The Planning Actor a. predecessor 
thereof or of a by-law passed under a predecessor 
of the said section or of an Order made under clause 
b of subsection 1 of section 27, as it existed on the 
25th day of June, 1970, of The Planning Act, being 
chapter 2% of the Revised Statutes of Ontario, 1960, 
or a predecessor thereof does not have and shall be 
deemed never to have had the effect of preventing 
the conveyance or creation of any interest in the 
following parcel of land : 

That parcel of land situate in the Township of 
Percy in the County of Northumberland and being 
composed of that part of Lot 9 in Concession II 
designated as Part 38 on a plan deposited in the 
Land Registry Office for the Registry Division of 
Northumberland East (No. 38) as Number RD 71. 
O.Reg. 439/76, s. 1. 

John R. Rhodes 
Minister of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 12th day of May, 1976. 

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2375 



THE PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION AND 
HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 440/76. 

Designations — Miscellaneous, Southern 

Ontario. 
Made— May 12th, 1976. 
Filed— May 19th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 394 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER 

THE PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION AND 

HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT ACT 

1. Regulation 394 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1970 is amended by adding thereto 
the following Schedules: 

Schedule 71a 

In the Township of Yarmouth in the County of 
Elgin being, 

(a) part of lots 11 to 28, both inclusive, in 
Concession 9 ; 

(b) part of Yarmouth Centre Road in lots 14 
and 15 in Concession 9; and 

(c) part of the road allowance between, 

(i) lots 15 and 16 in Concession 9 
(Tower Road), 

(ii) lots 20 and 21 in Concession 9 
(King's Highway 74), 

(iii) lots 25 and 26 in Concession 9 
(Penhale Sideroad), and 

(iv) the townships of Yarmouth and 
Malahide (Townline Road), 

and being that portion of the highway shown as 
PART 1 on Ministry of Transportation and Com- 
munications Plan P-4099-67, filed with the Record 
Services Office of the Ministry of Transportation 
and Communications, at Toronto, on the 6th day of 
April. 1976. 

5.80 miles, more or less. 

O. Reg. 440/76, s. I. part. 

Schedule 72 

In the Township of Malahide and in the Town of 
Aylmer in the Coimty of Elgin being. 



(a) part of lots 74 to 90, both inclusive, in 
Concession North of Talbot Road ; and 



{b) part of the road allowance between. 



(i) the townships of Malahide and 
Yarmouth (Townline Road) , 

(ii) lots 78 and 79 in Concession North 
of Talbot Road (Rogers Road), 
and 

(iii) lots 83 and 84 in Concession North 
of Talbot Road (King's Highway 
73), 

and being those portions of the highway shown as 
PARTS 1 and 2 on Ministry of Transportation and 
Communications Plan P-4117, filed with the Record 
Services OflBce of the Ministry of Transportation and 
Communications, at Toronto, on the 6th day of 
April, 1976. 

4.50 miles, more or less. 

O. R^. 440/76, s. i.part. 



Schedule 72a 

In the Township of Malahide in the County of 
Elgin being, 

(a) part of lots 89 to 108, both incltisive, in 
Concession North of Talbot Road ; 

(6) part of lots 89 to 107, both inclusive, in 
Concession South of Talbot Road ; and 

(c) part of the road allowance between. 

(i) lots 93 and 94 in each of concessions 
North and South of Talbot Road 
(County Road 40), 

(ii) lots 98 and 99 in each of concessions 
North and South of Talbot Road. 

(iii) lots 103 and 104 in each of concessions 
North and South of Talbot Road, 
and 

(iv) the townships of Malahide and 
Bay ham, 

and being that portion of the highway shown as 
PART 1 on Ministry of Transportation and Com- 
munications Plan P-2027-44, filed with the Record 
Services Office of the Ministry of Transportation 
and Communications, at Toronto, on the 6th day of 
April. 1976. 

5.20 miles, more or less. 



O. Reg. 440/76, s. I.part. 



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Schedule 73 



In the Township of Bayham in the County of 
Elgin being, 

(a) part of lots 109, 1 10 and 1 1 1 in Concession 
North of Talbot Road ; 

(b) part of lots 3 and 4 in North Gore Con- 
cession ; 

(c) part of lots 4 to 8, both inclusive, in 
Concession 8 ; 

(d) part of lots 8 to 14, both inclusive, in 
Concession 9 ; 

(e) part of lots 13 to 19, both inclusive, in 
Concession 10; 

(/) part of lots 19, 20 and 21 in Concession 11 ; 

(g) part of Given Road in Lot 13 in Con- 
cession 9 ; and 

(h) part of the road allowance between, 

(i) the townships of Bayham and 
Malahide, 

(ii) concessions North Gore and 8, 

(iii) lots 5 and 6 in Concession 8, 

(iv) concessions 8 and 9, 

(v) lots 10 and 1 1 in Concession 9, 

(vi) concessions 9 and 10, 

(vii) lots 15 and 16 in Concession 10, 

(viii) concessions 10 and 11, 

(ix) lots 20 and 21 in Concession 11, and 

(x) the townships of Bayham and 
Middleton, 

and being that portion of the highway shown as 
PART 1 on Ministry of Transportation and Com- 
munications Plan P-3248-27, filed with the Record 
Services Office of the Ministry of Transpxjrtation 
and Communications, at Toronto, on the 6th day of 
April, 1976. 

6.75 miles, more or less. 

O. Reg. 440/76, s. 1, part. 

Schedule 73a 

In the townships of Delhi and Norfolk, in the 
former Township of Middleton, in The Regional 
Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk and in the 



Town of Tillsonburg, in the former Township of 
Dereham, in the County of Oxford being, 

(a) part of lots 1 to 6, both inclusive, in 
Concession 5 North of Talbot Road; 

(b) part of, 

(i) Lot 1 1 , and 
(ii) Bell Mill Sideroad, 
in Concession 4 North of Talbot Road ; 

(c) part of, 

(i) lots 1599, 1606, 1607, 1617, 1618, 
1619, 1638. 1643, 1644, 1645, 1646 
and 1647, 

(ii) Young Street, 

(iii) Vienna Road, and 

(iv) Rouse Street , 

in Registered Plan Number 500 for the 
Town of Tillsonburg ; 

(d) part of lots 12 and 13 in Concession 4 
North of Talbot Road; 

(e) part of lots 12 to 16, both inclusive, in 
Concession 3 North of Talbot Road ; 

(/) part of lots 16 to 19, both inclusive, in 
Concession 2 North of Talbot Road ; 

ig) part of lots, 

(i) 19 to 23, both inclusive, and 

(ii) 30 to 47, both inclusive, 

in Concession 1 North of Talbot Road ; 

(h) part of lots 23 to 45, both inclusive, in 
Concession 1 South of Talbot Road ; 

(i) part of, 

(i) lots 1 and 7 in Block 5, 

(ii) Lot 1 in Block 6, 

(iii) lots 1 and 10 in Block 7, 

(iv) lots 7 and 8 in Block 8, 

(v) lots 18 and 22 in Block 9, 

(vi) lots 1 and 2 in Block 10, and 



(vii) Talbot Street, Goshen Road, Main 
Street and Union Street, 



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2377 



in Registered Plan Number 14-B for the 
Village of Courtland ; 

{;) part of, 

(i) Lot 47, and 

(ii) all of the widening to Talbot Road, 

in Registered Plan Number 296 for the 
Township of Middleton ; 

(*) part of, 

(i) lots 1, 2, 3 and 6 and Big Creek 
in Block 6. 

(ii) lots 1 to 6, both inclusive, and 
lots 13, 16, 17, 18 and 19, and 
Western Avenue in Block 1, and 

(iii) Lot 1 in Block 44, 

in Registered Plan Number 189 for the 
Village of Delhi ; and 



(/) part of the road allowance between, 

(i) the townships of Bayham and 
Middleton, 

(ii) lots 5 and 6 in Concession 5 North 
of Talbot Road, 

(iii) lots 10 and 11 in Concession 4 North 
of Talbot Road, 

(iv) concessions 3 and 4 North of Talbot 
Road, 

(v) lots 15 and 16 in Concession 3 
North of Talbot Road, 

(vi) concessions 2 and 3 North of Talbot 
Road, 

(vii) concessions 1 and 2 North of Talbot 
Road, 

(viii) lots 20 and 21 in Concession 1 
North of Talbot Road, 

(ix) lots 25 and 26 in Concession 1 
South of Talbot Road, 

(x) lots 30 and 31 in each of concessions 
1 North and South of Talbot Road, 

(xi) lots 35 and 36 in each of concessions 
1 North and South of Talbot Road, 

(xii) lots 40 and 41 in each of concessions 
1 North and South of Talbot Road, 
and 



(xiii) lots 45 and 46 in each of concessions 
1 North and South of Talbot Road, 

and being those portions of the highway shown as 
PARTS 1 and 2 on Ministry of Transportation and 
Communications Plan P- 18 14-81, filed with the 
Record Services Oflftce of the Ministry of Trans- 
portation and Communications, at Toronto, on the 
6th day of April. 1976. 

13.40 miles, more or less. 

O. Reg. 440/76, s. 1, part. 

Schedule 736 

In the Township of Delhi, in the former town- 
ships of Middleton, Charlotteville and Windham, 
in The Regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk 
being, 

(a) part of, 

(i) James Street, 

(ii) Block 28, and 

(iii) Dalton Road, 

in R^stered Plan Number 189 for the 
ViUage of Delhi; 

(6) jjart of Lot 21 in Registered Plan Number 
345 for the Township of Middleton ; 

(c) part of, 

(i) 7-foot strip adjoining lots 1 to 4, 
both inclusive, and 

(ii) Lot 4, 

in Registered Plan Number 325 for the 
Township of Windham ; 

(d) part of 7-foot widening in Registered Plan 
Number 306 for the Township of Windham ; 

(e) part of lots 46 and 47 in Concession 2 
South of Talbot Road ; 

(/) part of Lot 24 in Concession 13 ; 

(g) part of lots 7 to 24, both inclusive, in 
Concession 14; 

(A) part of lots 11 to 15, both inclusive, in 
Concession 1 1 ; 

(») part of lots 16 to 23, both inclusive, in 
Concession 10; and 

{j) part of the road allowance between, 

(i) lots 12 and 13 in Concession 14, 



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O. Reg. 441/76 



(ii 
(iii 
(iv 

(v: 

(vi 

(vii 

(viii 

(ix 

(X 

(xi 



lots 18 and 19 in Concession 14, 

concessions 13 and 14, 

concessions 12 and 13, 

the townships of Windham and 
Middleton, 

the townships of Windham and 
Charlotte ville, 

concessions 9 and 10, 

lots 18 and 19 in Concession 10, 

concessions 10 and 11, 

lots 12 and 13 in Concession 11, and 

concessions 1 and 2 South of Talbot 
Road, 



and being that portion of the highway shown as 
PART 1 on Ministry of Transportation and Com- 
munications Plan P-2000-38, filed with the Record 
Services Office of the Ministry of Transportation 
and Communications, at Toronto, on the 6th day of 
April, 1976. 

7.80 miles, more or less. 

O. Reg. 440/76, s. I, part. 

2. Schedules 123 and 125 to the said Regulation 
are revoked. 



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THE CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

O.Reg. 441/76. 

Crop Insurance Plan for Flax. 
Made— March 18th, 1976. 
Approved — May 12th, 1976. 
Filed— May 19th, 1976. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 
THE CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

CROP INSURANCE PLAN FOR FLAX 

1. The plan in the Schedule is established for 
the insurance within Ontario of flax. O. Reg. 
441/76, s. 1. 



Schedule 

The Crop Insurance Act {Ontario) 
PLAN 

1. This plan may be cited as "The Ontario Crop 
Insurance Plan for Flax". 

2. The purpose of this plan is to provide for 
insurance against a loss in the production of flax 
resulting from one or more of the perils designated 
in section 4. 

INTERPRETATION 

3. In this plan, 

(a) "average farm yield" means the average 
of previous yields of the seeded acreage 
computed on the basis of acreage produc- 
tion records of the insured person or on 
such . other basis as the Commission 
approves ; 

(b) "flax" means flax grown for the purpose 
of harvesting as flax seed, but does not 
include fibre flax. 

DESIGNATION OF PERILS 

4. The following are designated as perils for the 
purposes of this plan : 

1. Drought. 

2. Excessive heat. 

3. Excessive moisture. 

4. Excessive rainfall. 

5. Flood. 

6. Frost. 

7. Hail. 

8. Insect infestation. 

9. Plant disease. 
10. Wmd. 

DESIGNATION OF CROP YEAR 

5. The crop year for flax is the period from the 
1st day of March in any year to the last day of 
February next following. 

CONTRACT OF INSURANCE 

6. For the purposes of this plan, the entire 
contract of insurance for flax shall be deemed to be 
comprised of. 



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2379 



(a) the contract of insurance in the form 
prescribed by R^ulation 156 of Revised 
R^iilations of Ontario, 1970; 

{b) an endorsement for flax in Form 2 ; 

(c) the appUcation for insurance ; 

(d) the final acreage report for each crop year ; 
and 

(e) an amendment to any document referred 
to in clauses a, b, c or d agreed upon 
in writing. 

7. An application for insurance shall, 

(«) be in Form 1 ; 

(6) be accompanied by a premium deposit of 
at least $15 ; and 

(c) be filed with the Commission not later 
than the 1st day of May in the crop year 
in respect of which it is made. 

DURATION OF CONTRACT 

8. — (1) A contract of insurance shall be in force 
for the crop year in respect of which it is made, and 
shall continue in force for each crop year thereafter 
until it is cancelled by the insured person or the 
Commission in the manner prescribed by sub- 
section 2 or is terminated in accordance with the 
regulations. 

(2) A contract of insurance may be canceUed 
by the insured person or the Commission by notice 
in writing to the other party on or before the 
1st day of May in the crop year during which the 
cancellation is to be effective. 



COVERAGE 

9. — (1) Subject to subsections 2 and 3, the 
coverage provided under a contract of insurance 
shaD be 70 per cent of the average farm yield 
in pounds of the total acreage seeded to flax by 
the insured person in accordance with the r^ula- 
tions. 

(2) The coverage provided under subsection 1 
shall be increased following each consecutive no 
claim year as follows : 

1. Following the first no claim year to 
73 per cent of the average farm yield. 

2. FoUovnng the second no claim year to 
76 per cent of the average farm yield. 

3. Following the third no claim year to 
78 po" cent of the average farm 5neld. 



4. Following the fourth no claim year to a 
maximum of 80 per cent of the average 
farm yield. 

(3) The coverage provided tmder subsections 1 
and 2 shall be decreased for claim years from the 
insured level in reverse progression to that prescribed 
by subsection 2 to a minimum of 70 per cent of the 
average farm 3deld. 

(4) The number of pounds determined under 
subsections 1, 2 and 3 constitutes the total 
guaranteed production under a contract of in- 
surance. 

10. The maximimi indemnity payable for a loss 
in production of flax in a crop year is the amount 
obtained by multiplying the total guaranteed 
production determined under section 9 by the 
established price per pound determined under 
section 11. 

11. — (1) For the purposes of this plan the 
estabUshed price for flax is, 

(«) 5<; 

(6) b^i.OT 

(c) Si. 
per pound. 

(2) Where, 

(a) the insured person appUes therefor in 
writing on or before the 1st day of May 
in a crop year ; and 

(6) the Commission consents in writing, 

any established price designated herein may be 
substituted for the established price selected by 
the insured person at the time a contract of 
insurance is made, or any estabUshed price sub- 
stituted in Ueu thereof under this section. 

(3) Where, upon any renewal, the insured person 
fails to select an established price pursuant to sub- 
section 2, the Commission may designate the 
established {Hice appUcable to the contract for the 
crop year. 

PREMIUIIS 

1 2 . — ( 1 ) The total premium is, 

(a) $4.20 per acre where the estabUshed price 
is 5 cents per pound ; 

(6) $5.50 per acre where the established price 
is 6 Vi cents per pound ; and 

(c) $6.80 per acre where the established price 
is 8 cents per pound. 



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(2) Notwithstanding subsection 1, the minimum 
premium payable by an insured person in each 
crop year is $15. 

(3) The premium prescribed by subsections 1 
and 2 includes payments in respect of premiums 
made by the Government of Canada under the 
Crop Insurance Act (Canada). 

13. — (1) Where a contract of insurance is in 
force, a premium shall be paid in respect of each 
crop year in which the insured person seeds acreage 
to flax. 

(2) Where a premium is payable in respect of a 
crop year, the insured person shall pay the 
premium, less the premium deposit, if any, to the 
Commission at the time he files the final acreage 
report prescribed by section 14. 

FINAL ACREAGE REPORTS 

14. — (1) Every insured person shall file with 
the Commission in each crop year a final acreage 
report in Form 3 within ten days after the seeding 
of acreage to flax is completed. 

(2) A final acreage report filed with the Com- 
mission shall not be amended without the consent 
in writing of the Commission. 

15. — (1) The Commission may revise the final 
acreage report in any or all respects and adjust 
the premium accordingly and, in such case, shall 
notify the insured person in writing forthwith 
respecting such revision and adjustment. 

(2) The insured person shall be deemed to have 
agreed with the revision of the final acreage 
report and adjustment of premium made by the 
Commission under subsection 1 unless, within 
ten Aa.ys from the mailing or delivery of the 
notification by the Commission, he notifies the 
Commission in writing that he rejects such revision 
and adjustment. 



(3) Where the Commission receives notice from 
an insured person under subsection 2, it shall 
notify the insured person in writing that the con- 
tract of insurance does not apply for the crop 
year in respect of which the final acreage report 
was filed and shall refund any premium or premium 
deposit paid in respect of that crop year. 

(4) A final acreage report revised under this 
section shall, failing notice under subsection 2, 
constitute the final acreage report for the crop 
year. 

16. — (1) Where an insured person in any crop 
year fails to file a final acreage report in the 
form and manner prescribed by this Regulation, 
the Commission may, 

[a] prepare the final acreage report ; or 

{b) declare the insured acreage to be nil. 

(2) Where the Commission prepares a final acreage 
report under subsection 1, the Commission shall 
mail or dehver a copy of the report to the insured 
person. 



(3) Every insured person shall pay the premium 
for the crop year in respect of which a final 
acreage report is prepared by the Commission 
within ten days from the maihng or delivery to 
him of a copy of the report. 



FINAL SEEDING DATE 

17. For the purposes of this plan the final 
date for seeding flax in a crop year is the 1st day 
of July or such other date as may be determined 
from time to time by the Commission. O. Reg. 
441/76, Sched. 



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TABLE 



2381 







GUARANTEED PRODUCTION 






Indemnity 
Dollars 
Per Acre 




{Crops listed in order of 


E*riority) 






1. Com 


2. Soybeans 


3. White 
Beans 


4. Spring 
Grain 


5. Coloured 
Beans 


6. Flax 


(Bushels 


(Bushels 


(Pounds 


(Pounds 


(Pounds 


(Pounds 




per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


1 9.00 


Up to 25 






Up to 750 




Up to 300 


9.45 


26 






751-780 




301-320 


9.90 


27 






781-810 




321-340 


10.35 


28 






811-840 




341-360 


10.80 


29 






841-870 




361-380 


11.25 


30 






871-900 




381-400 


11.70 


31 






901-930 




401-420 


12.15 


32 






931-960 




421-440 


12.60 


33 




/ 


%l-990 




441-460 


13.05 


34 






991-1020 




461-480 


13.50 


35 


Up to 10.0 


Up to 500 


1021-1050 


Up to 500 


481-500 


13.95 


36 


10.1-10.4 


501-520 


1051-1080 


501-520 


501-520 


14.40 


37 


10.5-10.8 


521-540 


1081-1110 


521-540 


521-540 


14.85 


38 


10.9-11.2 


541-560 


1111-1140 


541-560 


541-560 


15.30 


39 


11.3-11.6 


561-580 


1141-1170 


561-580 


561-580 


15.75 


40 


11.7-12.0 


581-600 


1171-1200 


581-600 


581-600 


16.20 


41 


12.1-12.4 


601-620 


1201-1230 


601-620 


601-620 


16.65 


42 


12.5-12.8 


621-640 


1231-1260 


621-640 


621-640 


17.10 


43 


12.9-13.2 


641-660 


1261-1290 


641-660 


641-660 


17.55 


44 


13.3-13.6 


661-680 


1291-1320 


661-680 


661-680 


18.00 


45 


13.7-14.0 


681-700 


1321-1350 


681-700 


681-700 


18.45 


46 


14.1-14.4 


701-720 


1351-1380 


701-720 


701-720 


18.90 


47 


14.5-14.8 


721-740 


1381-1410 


721-740 


721-740 


19.35 


48 


14.9-15.2 


741-760 


1411-1440 


741-760 


741-760 


19.80 


49 


15.3-15.6 


761-780 


1441-1470 


761-780 


761-780 



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Indemnity 
Dollars 
Per Acre 




GUARANTEED PRODUCTION 
(Crops listed in order of Priority) 






1. Corn 


2. Soybeans 


3. White 
Beans 


4. Spring 
Grain 


5. Coloured 
Beans 


6. Flax 


(Bushels 
per acre) 


(Bushels 
per acre) 


(Pounds 
per acre) 


(Pounds 
per acre) 


(Pounds 
per acre) 


(Pounds 
per acre) 


20.25 


50 


15.7-16.0 


781-800 


1471-1500 


781-800 


781-800 


20.70 


51 


16.1-16.4 


801-820 


1501-1530 


801-820 


801-820 


21.15 


52 


16.5-16.8 


821-840 


1531-1560 


821-840 


821-840 


21.60 


53 


16.9-17.2 


841-860 


1561-1590 


841-860 


841-860 


22.05 


54 


17.3-17.6 


861-880 


1591-1620 


861-880 


861-880 


22.50 


55 


17.7-18.0 


881-900 


1621-1650 


881-900 


881-900 


22.95 


56 


18.1-18.4 


901-920 


1651-1680 


901-920 


901-920 


23.40 


57 


18.5-18.8 


921-940 


1681-1710 


921-940 


921-940 


23.85 


58 


18.9-19.2 


941-960 


1711-1740 


941-960 


941-960 


24.30 


59 


19.3-19.6 


961-980 


1741-1770 


961-980 


961-980 


24.75 


60 


19.7-20.0 


981-1000 


1771-1800 


981-1000 


981-1000 


25.20 


61 


20.1-20.4 


1001-1020 


1801-1830 


1001-1020 


1001-1020 


25.65 


62 


20.5-20.8 


1021-1040 


1831-1860 


1021-1040 


1021-1040 


26.10 


63 


20.9-21.2 


1041-1060 


1861-1890 


1041-1060 


1041-1060 


26.55 


64 


21.3-21,6 


1061-1080 


1891-1920 


1061-1080 


1061-1080 


27.00 


65 


21.7-22.0 


1081-1100 


1921-1950 


1081-1100 


1081-1100 


27.45 


66 


22.1-22.4 


1101-1120 


1951-1980 


1101-1120 


1101-1120 


27.90 


67 


22.5-22.8 


1121-1140 


1981-2010 


1121-1140 


1121-1140 


28.35 


68 


22.9-23.2 


1141-1160 


2011-2040 


1141-1160 


1141-1160 


28.80 


69 


23.3-23.6 


1161-1180 


2041-2070 


1161-1180 


1161-1180 


29.25 


70 


23.7-24.0 


1181-1200 


2071-2100 


1181-1200 


1181-1200 


29.70 


71 


24.1-24.4 


1201-1220 


2101-2130 


1201-1220 


1201-1220 


30.15 


72 


24.5-24.8 


1221-1240 


2131-2160 


1221-1240 


1221-1240 


30.60 


73 


24.9-25.2 


1241-1260 


2161-2190 


1241-1260 


1241-1260 


31.05 


74 


25.3-25.6 


1261-1280 


2191-2220 


1261-1280 


1261-1280 


31.50 


75 


25.7-26.0 


1281-1300 


2221-2250 


1281-1300 


1281-1300 


31.95 


76 


26.1-26.4 


1301-1320 


2251-2280 


1301-1320 


1301-1320 



814 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 




2383 






GUARANTEED PRODUCTION 






Indemnity 
DoUars 
Per Acre 




(Crops listed in order of Priority) 






1. Com 


2. Soybeans 


3. White 
Beans 


4. Sfwing 
Grain 


5. Coloured 
Beans 


6. Flax 


(Bushels 


(Bushels 


(Pounds 


(Pounds 


(Pounds 


(Pounds 




per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


32.40 


77 


26.5-26.8 


1321-1340 


2281-2310 


1321-1340 


1321-1340 


32.85 


78 


26.9-27.2 


1341-1360 


2311-2340 


1341-1360 


1341-1360 


33.30 


79 


27.3-27.6 


1361-1380 


2341-2370 


1361-1380 


1361-1380 


33.75 


80 


27.7-28.0 


1381-1400 


2371-2400 


1381-1400 


1381-1400 


34.20 


81 


28.1-28.4 


1401-1420 


2401-2430 


1401-1420 


1401-1420 


34.65 


82 


28.5-28.8 


1421-1440 


2431-2460 


1421-1440 


1421-1440 


35.10 


83 


28.9-29.2 


1441-1460 


2461-2490 


1441-1460 


1441-1460 


35.55 


84 


29.3-29.6 


1461-1480 


2491-2520 


1461-1480 


1461-1480 


36.00 


85 


29.7-30.0 


1481-1500 


2521-2550 


1481-1500 


1481-1500 




or more 


or more 


or more 


or more 


or more 


or more 



O. Reg. 441/76, Table. 



Form 1 

The Crop Insurance Act {Ontario) 
APPLICATION FOR CROP INSURANCE 
CROP DETAILS 
To : The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario : 

(name of person, corporation or partnership and if partnership, names of all partners) 

(The applicant must be either an owner-operator or a tenant-operator. An operator is one who controls 
or directs the operation of the farm) 

(postal address) (postal code) (telephone no.) 

applies for crop insurance under The Crop Insurance Ad (Ontario) and the r^ulations and in support 
of this apphcation the following facts are stated : 

1 . Contract number, if any 

2. Crops aj^ed for are : 



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TO BE COMPLETED BY AGENT 

Note: A premium deposit of $15 is required for each 
crop plan if Pre-plant coverage is not applied for 


Crop(s) 


No. of acres 


Average Farm Yield 


Price Option 


























Dated at 




(day) (month) (year) 






(signature of applicant) 



APPLICATION AND CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE FOR PRE-PLANT COVERAGE 

The undersigned hereby applies for Pre-plant coverage and declares that it is his intention to seed 
and/or plant acres to spring crops. 

Coverage is $ per acre. Deposit premium is X $1.00=$ 

(acres) 

(signature of applicant) 



I acknowledge receipt of : 

(a) Deposit premium Pre-plant coverage x$1.00 = $. 

acres 



OR 



(b) Deposit premium(s) for crop plans (minimum of $15.00 per plan) $ 

Agent Agency No. 



O. Reg. 441/76, Form 1. 



816 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2385 



Form 2 

The Crop Insurance Act (Ontario) 

FLAX ENDORSEMENT 

Whereas the insured person has applied for 
crop in<;urance for flax under The Ontario Crop 
Insurance Plan for Flax hereinafter referred to as 
"the plan", and has paid the deposit premium 
prescribed thereimder ; 

Now Therefore, subject to The Crop Insurance 
Act (Ontario) and the regtilations made there- 
under, the contract of insurance between The 
Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario and the 
insured person is hereby extended to cover flax. 

HARVESTING OF SEEDED ACREAGE 

1. — (1) All acreage seeded to flax in a crop year 
shall be harvested unless the Commission, upon 
application therefor in writing, consents in writing 
to, 

(a) the use of the seeded acreage or any part 
thereof for another purpose ; or 

(b) the abandonment or destruction of the 
insured crop or any part thereof. 

(2) Where the harvesting of any seeded acreage 
is not completed and the failure to harvest was 
not caused by an insured peril, the contract of 
insurance shall cease to apply to such unharvested 
acreage and no indemnity shall be payable therefor. 

EVALUATION OF LOSS 

2.— (1) Where. 

(«) the insured so elects on his application 
for insurance and pays a premium deposit 
of |1 for each acre intended to be sown 
to a spring sown crop ; and 

(b) the seeding or planting of three acres or 
more of a crop is prevented by one or more 
of the designated perils, 

an indemnity shall be paid in respect of each acre 
unplanted, the amount of which shall correspond 
to the guaranteed production of the spring sown 
crop highest in priority on the list in the Table of 
those intended to be grown and insured by the 
insured person. 

(2) Where the insured person seeds or plants a 
crop in respect of which crop production insurance 
was applied for, the premium deposit for the acre- 
age so seeded or planted shall be applied against 
the regular premium. 

(3) Where the insured person seeds or plants a 
crop which is not listed in the Table, the premium 



deposit in respect of the acreage so seeded or 
{danted shall be refunded. 

(4) Where the insiu-ed person seeds or plants a 
crop which is listed in the Table, and fails to 
insure the crop, the premium deposit in respect of 
acreage so seeded or planted shall be retained by 
the Commission as payment for the coverage pro- 
vided. 

(5) Where the insured person is unable to 
seed or plant any acreage designated on the 
application as intended to be sown to a spring 
sown crop, the premium deposit in respect of such 
acreage shall be retained by the Commission as 
payment for the coverage provided. 

(6) This paragraph does not apply to, and no 
indemnity is payable in respect of land, 

(a) that is orchard land, pasture, woodland, 
seeded to a perennial crop, fall sown or 
intended for summer fallow ; 

(b) that is untilled and was not cropped in 
the previous year ; or 

(c) that, in the opinion of the Commission, is 
not insurable. 

3. — (1) Where loss or damage to three acres 
or more of the insured crop resulting from an 
insured peril occiu^ prior to the 1st day of July 
in the crop year, the Commission, upon application 
therefor in writing by the insured person, may con- 
sent in writing to the reseeding of the damaged 
acreage. 

(2) Where the damaged acreage is reseeded in 
accordance with subparagraph 1, the Commission 
shall pay a benefit to the insured person calculated 
at the rate of $15 for each reseeded acre. 

(3) Where the damaged acreage is reseeded to 
flax the contract of insurance shall continue to 
apply to such reseeded acreage. 

4. — (1) Where loss or damage occurs prior to 
harvest, the Commission, upon application therefor 
in voting by the insured person, may consent in 
writing to the use of the damaged acreage for 
any other purpose or to the abandonment or 
destruction of the insured crop on such damaged 
acreage and, in such case, the Commission shall 
determine the number of damaged acres and the 
potential production thereof. 

(2) Where damaged acreage is used for any other 
purpose or the insiu"ed crop thereon is abandoned 
OT destroyed in accordance with subparagraph 1, 
the amount of loss that shall be taken into account 
in the final adjustment of loss in respect of the 
total seeded acreage shall be calculated by multi- 
plying the difference between the guaranteed produc- 
tion for the damaged acreage and the potential 



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production for the damaged acreage determined 
under subparagraph 1 by the estabhshed price 
per pound. 

(3) Where damaged acreage is not used for any 
other purpose or the crop thereon is not abandoned 
or destroyed after the Commission has consented 
thereto, the amount of loss calculated under 
subparagraph 2 shall not be taken into account 
in the final adjustment of loss. 

(4) Where the actual production of the harvested 
acreage is less than the guaranteed production 
for such acreage, the amount of loss that shall be 
taken into account in the final adjustment of loss 
in respect of the total seeded acreage shall be 
calculated by multiplying the difference between 
the guaranteed production and the actual production 
by the established price per pound. 

FINAL ADJUSTMENT OF LOSS FOR TOTAL 
INSURED ACREAGE 

5. The indemnity payable with respect to the 
total insured acreage in the final adjustment of 
loss shall be the sum of all loss calculations made 
under paragraphs 2, 3 and 4 applicable to such 
acreage, but where, 

(a) the actual production of any harvested 
acreage; or 

(b) the potential production of any un- 
harvested acreage, 

exceeds the guaranteed production of such acreage, 
the indemnity otherwise payable in respect of loss 



calculations made under paragraph 4 shall be 
reduced by the amount obtained by multiplying 
such excess by the established price per pound. 

INCORRECT ACREAGE IN FINAL ACREAGE 
REPORT 

6. — (1) Where the actual seeded acreage of 
flax in a crop year is less than the seeded acreage 
declared on the final acreage report, the guaranteed 
production and the amount of insurance shall be 
reduced proportionately. 

(2) Where the actual seeded acreage of flax 
in a crop year exceeds the seeded acreage declared 
on the final acreage report, the production from 
the total seeded acreage shall be counted and 
there shall be no increase in the total guaranteed 
production or the maximum amount of indemnity 
payable. 

In Witness Whereof The Crop Insurance 
Commission of Ontario has caused this endorse- 
ment to be signed by its general manager but 
the same shall not be binding upon the Com- 
mission until countersigned by a duly authorized 
representative thereof. 



Countersigned and dated at 

this day of , 19 . 



Duly Authorized 
Representative 



General Manager 
O. Reg. 441/76, Form 2. 



Form 3 

The Crop Insurance Act (Ontario) 
FINAL ACREAGE REPORT 

1 . Insured person 

(name) (address) 

(county, etc.) (telephone no.) 

2. Contract number, if any 

3. Crop year ending '. 

4. Crop plan 

5. I hereby assign my right to indemnity under this contract in respect of the crop described hereunder to: 

(name) (address) 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2387 



6. Details of acreage seeded to insured crop : 



Farm 

No. 


No. of 
Acres 


Soil 

Tvp. 


Manure 

Applied 

No. of 

Acres 


Fertilizer 
Applied 


No. of Acres 

Systematically 

Tile-Drained 


Distance 
between 
Drains 


Heat 

Unit 

Rating 


Previous 

Crop 
Produced 


Pounds 
per acre 


Grade 






















- 







































7. Details of varieties and seeding dates : 



Variety 


No. of Acres Seeded 


Date Seeding Completed 















8. The acreage set out in paragraph 6 is the total acreage seeded to the insured crop by the insured 
person; 

Yes D No n 

9. At this date the crop has suffered no damage, except as follows : 



10. The premium (less premium deposit, if any) accompanies this report. 

Dated at , this day of .19. 



(signature of insured person) 



(title of official signing for a corporation) 

O. Reg. 441/76, Form 3. 

The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario: 

Henry Ediger 

Chairman 



Ronald Atkinson 

Secretary 



Dated at Toronto, this 18th day of March, 1976. 



(8057) 



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O. Reg. 443/76 



THE CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

O. Reg. 442/76. 

Crop Insurance Plan — Peas. 
Made— April 14th, 1976. 
Approved — May 12th, 1976. 
Filed— May 19th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 148 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER 

THE CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

1. Subsection 1 of section 12 of the Schedule 
to Regulation 148 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1970, as remade by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 387/75, is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor : 

(1) The premium payable in respect of acreage 
under contract to a processor is $15 for each acre of 
the insured crop. 

2. Table 1 of the said Regulation, as remade by 
section 3 of Ontario Regulation 368/74, is 
revoked and the following substituted there- 
for: 



TABLE 1 



Percentage By-passed 

of Total 

Acreage Contracted 

by Processor 


Maximum Insurance 

Liabihty (percentage 

of value of 

production) 


4.9% or less 
5-8.9% 
9-12.9% 
13% or more 


80 
70 
60 
50 



O. Reg. 442/76, s. 2. 



The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario: 

Henry Ediger 

Chairman 

Ronald Atkinson 

Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 14th day of April, 1976. 

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THE CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

O.Reg. 443/76. 

Crop Insurance Plan — Sweet Corn. 
Made— April 14th, 1976. 
Approved— May 12th, 1976. 
Filed— May 19th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 152 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO 

MADE UNDER 

THE CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 



1970 



1. Subsection 1 of section 12 of the Schedule 
to Regulation 152 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1970, as remade by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 389/75, is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor : 

(1) The premium payable in respect of acreage 
under contract to a processor is $12 for each acre of 
the insured crop. 

2. The Table of the said Regulation, as made 
by section 3 of Ontario Regulation 375/74, 
is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor : 



TABLE 



Percentage By-passed 

of Total 

Acreage Contracted 

by Processor 


Maximum Insurance 

Liability (percentage 

of average 

farm yield) 


4.9% or less 


80 


5-8.9% 


70 


9-12.9% 


60 


13% or more 


50 



O. Reg. 443/76. s. 2. 



The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario: 

Henry Ediger 

Chairman 

Ronald Atkinson 

Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 14th day of April, 1976. 

(8059) 23 



820 



O. Reg. 444/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 447/76 2389 



THE CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

O. Reg. 444/76. 

Crop Insurance Plan — Tomatoes. 
Made— April 12th, 1976. 
Approved— May 12th, 1976. 
FUed— May 19th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 153 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER 

THE CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

1. — (1) Paragraph 20 of Foma 1 of Regulation 
153 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1970, 
as remade by section 7 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 563/75, is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor : 

20. Where the insured crop suffers damage from 
an insured peril and the insured person incurs 
unusual or increased harvesting costs as a result, 
the Commission may adjust the actual production 
of the insured crop accordingly. 

(2) Subparagraph 2 of paragraph 20a of the 
said Form 1 , as made by section 7 of Ontario 
Regulation 563/75, is revoked, exclusive of 
the clauses, and the following substituted 
therefor : 

(2) For the purpose of subparagraph 1. actual 
production shall include. 



The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario: 

Henry Ediger 

Chairman 

Ronald Atkinson 

Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 12th day of April, 1976. 

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THE HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O.Reg. 445/76. 

General. 

Made— May 12th, 1976. 

FUed— May 19th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 418 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 

MADE UNDER 

THE HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 



1970 



1. Section 35 of Regulation 418 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1970, as remade by 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 365/72, 
is revoked. 



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THE HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 446/76. 

Restricted Use of Left Lanes by Com- 
mercial Motor Vehicles. 
Made— May 12th, 1976. 
Filed— May 19th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 
ONTARIO REGULATION 147/73 

MADE UNDER 
THE HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

1. Paragraph 1 of Schedule 1 to Ontario Regu- 
lation 147/73 is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor : 

1. That f)art of the King's Highway known as 
No. 401 lying between a point situate at its inter- 
section with the roadway known as Durham 
Regional Road No. 1 in the Town of Pickering in 
The R^onal Mimicipahty of Durham and a point 
situate at its intersection wdth the roadway known 
as First Line West in the City of Mississauga in 
The Regional MunicipaUty of Peel. O. Reg. 446, 76, 
s. 1. 



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THE HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O.Reg. 447/76. 

Load Limits on Local Roads within 

Local Roads Areas. 
Made— May 12th, 1976. 
FUed— May 19th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 
ONTARIO REGULATION 201/72 

MADE UNDER 
THE HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

SchedvUe 1 of Ontario Regulation 201/72 is 
revoked and the foUowing substituted there- 
for: 



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Schedule 1 



INWOOD LOCAL ROADS AREA 

All those portions of the Townships of Inwood 
and Jo5mt and all that portion of unsurveyed terri- 
tory lying south of the Township of Inwood, in the 
Territorial District of Thunder Bay, shown outlined 
on Ministry of Transportation and Communications 
plan N-6000-4, filed in the office of the Registrar 
of Regulations at Toronto as No. 1536. O. Reg. 
447/76, s. 1. 

2. Schedule 11 to the said Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

Schedule 11 

DILL-SECORD LOCAL ROADS AREA 

All those portions of the Townships of Dill, 
Secord and Tilton in the Territorial District of Sud- 
bury, shown outlined on Ministry of Transportation 
and Communications plan N-1260-4, filed in the 
office of the Registrar of Regulations at Toronto as 
No. 1545. O. Reg. 447/76, s. 2. 

3. Schedules 12, 13, 14 and 15 to the said 
Regulation are revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

Schedule 12 

BURWASH-HENDRIE LOCAL ROADS AREA 

All those portions of the Townships of Burwash, 
Hendrie and Secord, in the Territorial District of 
Sudbury, shown outlined on Ministry of Trans- 
portation and Communications plan N-752-4, filed 
in the office of the Registrar of Regulations at 
Toronto as No. 1624. O. Reg. 447/76, s. 3, part. 



Schedule 13 

FENWICK, PENNEFATHER AND 
VANKOUGHNET LOCAL ROADS AREA 

All those portions of the Townships of Fenwick, 
Pennefather and VanKoughnet in the Territorial 
District of Algoma, shown outlined on Ministry of 
Transportation and Communications plan N-919r5, 
filed in the office of the Registrar of Regulations 
at Toronto as No. 1987. O. Reg. 447/76, s. 3, part. 



Schedule 14 

DAWSON LOCAL ROADS AREA 

All of the Township of Dawson in the Territorial 
District of Manitoulin, shown outlined on Ministry 
of Transportation and Communications plan N -65 1 -2 , 
filed in the office of the Registrar of Regulations 
at Toronto as No. 738. O. Reg. 447/76, s. 3, part. 



Schedule 15 



LOUGHRIN LOCAL ROADS AREA 

All of the Township of Loughrin and that portion 
of the Township of Henry in the Territorial District 
of Sudbury, shown outlined on Ministry of Trans- 
portation and Communications plan N- 1363-2, filed 
in the office of the Registrar of Regulations at 
Toronto as No. 911. O. Reg. 447/76, s. 3, part. 

4. Schedules 17 and 18 to the said Regulation 
are revoked and the following substituted 
therefor : 

Schedule 17 

RED DEER LOCAL ROADS AREA 

All those portions of the Townships of Cleland, 
Dryden, Awrey and Hawley in the Territorial 
District of Sudbury, shown outlined on Ministry 
of Transportation and Communications plan N-771- 
A4, filed in the office of the Registrar of Regulations 
at Toronto as No. 1453. O. Reg. 447/76, s. 4, part. 

Schedule 18 

TROUT LAKE NORTH LOCAL ROADS AREA 

All of the Townships of Cherriman and Hoskin 
and those portions of the Township of Servos in the 
Territorial District of Sudbury, shown outlined on 
Ministry of Transportation and Communications 
plan N-768-4, filed in the office of the Registrar 
of Regulations at Toronto as No. 1626. O. Reg. 
447/76, s. 4, part. 



5. The said Regulation is amended by adding 
thereto the following Schedules: 

Schedule 20 

ROBINSON LOCAL ROADS AREA 

All those portions of the Township of Robinson 
in the Territorial District of Manitoulin, shown 
outlined on Ministry of Transportation and Com- 
munications plan N-652-1, filed in the office of the 
Registrar of Regulations at Toronto as No. 1463. 
O. Reg. 447/76, s. 5, part. 



Schedule 21 

PATTON AND MONTGOMERY 
LOCAL ROADS AREA 

All of the Township of Patton and that portion 
of the Township of Montgomery, in the Territorial 
District of Algoma, shown outlined on Ministry of 
Transportation and Communications plan N-828-1, 
filed in the office of the Registrar of Regulations 
at Toronto as No. 598. O. Reg. 447/76, s. 5, part. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 448/76 2391 



Schedule 22 

GAUDETTE AND HODGINS 
LOCAL ROADS AREA 

All those portions of the Townships of Gaudette 
and Hodgins in the Territorial District of Algoma, 
shown outlined on Ministry of Transportation and 
Communications plan N- 1096-2. filed in the ofi&ce 
of the Registrar of Regulations at Toronto as 
Number 1850. O. Reg. 447/76. s. 5, part. 

Schedule 23 

TILLEY LOCAL ROADS AREA 

All that portion of the Township of Tilley in the 
Territorial District of Algoma. shown outlined on 
Ministry of Transportation and Communications 
plan N-921-1, filed in the office of the Registrar 
of Regulations at Toronto as No. 848. O. Reg. 
447/76, s. 5. part. 

Schedule 24 

NORTHLAND LAKE LOCAL ROADS AREA 

All those portions of the Townships of Deroche 
and Jarvis, in the Territorial District of Algoma, 
shown outlined on Ministry of Transportation and 
Commimications plan N-1008-1, filed in the office 
of the Registrar of Regulations at Toronto £is No. 
1199. O. Reg. 447/76, s. 5, part. 

Schedule 25 

WABOS LOCAL ROADS AREA 

All those portions of the Townships of Shields 
and Gaudette in the Territorial District of Algoma, 
shown outlined on Ministry of Transportation and 
Communications plan N- 131 1-1, filed in the office 
of the Registrar of Regulations at Toronto as No. 
1926. O. Reg. 447/76, s. 5, part. 



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THE LAND TITLES ACT 

O.Reg. 448/76. 

Code of Standards and Procedure. 

for Surveys and Plans. 
Made— May 12th, 1976. 
Filed— May 20th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 552 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO. 1970 

MADE UNDER 

THE LAND TITLES ACT 

1. Section 1 of Regulation 552 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1970, as amended 



by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 182/73, 
is further amended by adding thereto the 
following clauses : 

(b) "imperial measurements" means measure- 
ments in feet and inches or feet and 
decimals of a foot ; 

(ba) "metric measurements" means measure- 
ments in metres and decimals of a metre ; 

2. Subsection 1 of section 10 of the said 
Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor : 

(1) Where imjjerial measurements are used, the 
error of closure in respect of the perimeter of 
each subdivision imit shall not exceed, 

(a) for the first 100 feet of perimeter, an 
error of 0.10 feet; 

(6) for the next 1,000 feet of perimeter, an 
error of 0.02 feet per 100 feet ; 

(c) for each succeeding 100 feet of perimeter, 
up to a total perimeter of 1,900 feet, 
an error of 0.01 feet ; and 

{d) for a total perimeter of more than 1,900 
feet, an error of one in 5,000. 

(la) Where metric measurements are used, the 
error of closure in respect of the perimeter of 
each subdivision unit shall not exceed, 

(a) for the first 20 metres of perimeter, an 
error of 30 millimetres ; 

(b) for the next 300 metres of j)erimeter, an 
error of 6 millimetres per 30 metres ; 

(c) for each succeeding 30 metres of perimeter, 
dp to a total perimeter of 600 metres, 
an error of 3 millimetres ; and 

(d) for a total perimeter of more than 600 
metres, an error of one in 5,000. O. Reg. 
448/76, s. 2. 

3. Clauses a and b of section 11 of the said 
Regulation are revoked and the following 
substituted therefor : 

(a) periodic offsets at such intervals as the 
complexity of the natural boundary de- 
mands and to such extent as will enable 
relocation of the natural boundary, such 
offset measures to be, 

(i) of not greater length than 250 feet 
and at not greater intervals than 200 
feet along a controlled traverse 
where imperial measurements are 
used, or 



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O. Reg. 449/76 



(ii) of not greater length than 80 metres 
and at not greater intervals than 
60 metres along a controlled traverse 
where metric measurements are 
used; 

(b) stadia measurements from stations on a 
controlled traverse to such points on the 
natural boundary as are necessary to deter- 
mine all its irregularities and to enable 
its relocation, such measurements to be, 

(i) not more than 1,000 feet in length 
and at not greater intervals than 
200 feet along the natural boundary 
where imperial measurements are 
used, or 

(ii) not more than 300 metres in length 
and at not greater intervals than 
60 metres along the natural bound- 
ary where metric measurements are 

used; 

4. — (1) Clauses a and b of subsection 1 of 
section 13 of the said Regulation are revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

(a) shall be drawn on translucent linen or 
on a plastic material approved by the 
examiner of surveys ; 

{b) shall be drawn and signed in black india 
ink, or where the plan is drawn on 
plastic material, in black adhesion type 
ink; 

(2) Subsection 3 of the said section 13 is 
revoked and the following substituted there- 
for: 

(3) A reproducible duplicate of a plan of Crown 
Land made on linen or plastic material approved 
by the examiner of surveys, may be registered 
or deposited in lieu of an original plan. O. Reg. 

448/76, s. 4(2). 

5. Section 16 of the said Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor : 

16. — (1) All distances on a plan of survey 
shall be shown either in imperial or metric measure- 
ments. 

(2) Where distances on a plan of survey are 
shown in metric measurements, the following shall 
be included in bold printing in a conspicuous 
position on the plan : 

METRIC 

MEASUREMENTS SHOWN ON THIS PLAN ARE 

IN METRES AND MAY BE CONVERTED TO 

FEET BY DIVIDING BY 0.3048 

and where this note appears, no further metric 
designation shall accompany any measurement 
shown on the plan. O. Reg. 448/76, s. 5. 



6. Section 33 of the said Regulation is amended 
by adding thereto the following subsection: 

(2) Where the scale shown on a plan of survey 
is a ratio, a scale bar clearly identified as represent- 
ing either feet or metres, shall be included on the 
plan. O. Reg. 448/76, s. 6. 

7. This Regulation comes into force on the 1st 
day of July, 1976. 



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THE CERTIFICATION OF TITLES ACT 

O. Reg. 449/76. 

General. 

Made— May 12th, 1976. 

Filed— May 20th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 83 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO 

MADE UNDER 

THE CERTIFICATION OF TITLES ACT 



1970 



1. Section 1 of Regulation 83 of Revised Regu- 
lations of Ontario, 1970 is amended by adding 
thereto the following clauses: 

(ca) "imperial measurements" means measure- 
ments in feet and inches or feet and decimals 
of a foot ; 

(cb) "metric measurements" means measure- 
ments in metres and decimals of a metre ; 

2. Section 13 of the said Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

13. Where distances in descriptions of land are 
given other than in imperial measurements or metric 
measurements, their equivalents in imperial measure- 
ments or metric measurements shall be noted in 
parentheses beside the given values. O. Reg. 449/76, 
s. 2. 

3. Clause a of section 41 of the said Regulation 
is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor : 

(a) periodic offsets at such intervals as the 
complexity of the natural boundary de- 
mands and to such extent as will enable 
relocation of the natural boundary, such 
offset measures to be, 

(i) of not greater length than 250 feet 
and at not greater intervals than 
300 feet along a reference traverse 
or line where imp)erial measurements 
are used, or 



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2393 



(ii) of not greater length than 80 metres 
and at not greater intervals than 
100 metres along a reference traverse 
or line where metric measurements 
are used; 

4. Section 42 of the said Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

42. — (1) Every angle of the exterior boundaries 
of the land in an application shall be defined in the 
survey by, 

(a) a Standard Iron Bar; 

{b) a Concrete Monument; 

(c) a Rock Bar; or 

(d) a Rock Post. 

as defined in section 1 of Regulation 807 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1970. 

(2) Points in the exterior boundaries of the land 
in an application at intervals not greater than, 

(a) 500 feet, where imperial measurements 
are used; or 

(b) 150 metres, where metric measurements 
are used, 

shall be defined in the survey in accordance with 
subsection 1. O. Reg. 449/76, s. 4. 



5. Subsection 1 of section 43 of the said R^u- 
lation is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 

(1) Every angle and the beginning and end of 
every curve of constant radius on one boundary 
or on the centre line of an easement shown on a 
plan of survey shall be defined therein by, 

(a) a Short Standard Iron Bar; 

(b) a Standard Iron Bar; 

(c) a Rock Bar; or 

(d) a Rock Post. 

as defined in section 1 of Regidation 807 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1970. 

(la) Points on a boundary or centre Une mentioned 
in subsection 1 shall be defined in the survey in 
accordance with that subsection at intervals not 
greater than, 

(a) 1,000 feet or in cities, towns and villages 
500 feet where imperial measurements are 
used; or 



(b) 300 metres or in cities, towns and villages 
150 metres where metric measurements 
are used. O. Reg. 449/76, s. 5. 

6. Section 46 of the said Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

46. — (1) All distances on a plan of survey shall 
be shown either in imperial measurements or metric 
measurements. 

(2) Where distances on a plan of survey are 
shown in metric measurements only, the following 
shaU be included in bold pinting in a conspicuous 
position on the plan: 



METRIC 

MEASUREMENTS SHOWN ON THIS PLAN ARE 

IN METRES AND MAY BE CONVERTED TO 

FEET BY DIVIDING BY 0.3048 

and where this note appears, no further metric 
designation shall accompany any measurement 
shown on the plan. O. R^. 449/76, s. 6. 

7. Subsection 2 of section 54 of the said Regu- 
lation is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor : 

(2) Sufl&cient data shall be shown on the plan to 
permit the calculation of a closure of the survey. 

(2a) Where imperial measurements are used, the 
error of closiu^e in respect of the perimeter of the 
survey shall not exceed, 

(a) ior the first 100 feet of perimeter, an error 

of 0.10 feet; 

(b) for the next 1 ,000 feet of perimeter, an error 
of 0.02 feet per 100 feet ; 

(c) for each succeeding 100 feet of perimeter, 
up to a total perimeter of 1,900 feet, an 
error of 0.01 feet; and 

(d) for a total perimeter of more than 1,900 
feet, an error of one in 5,000. 

(26) Where metric measurements are used, the 
error of closure in respect of the perimeter of the 
survey shall not exceed, 

(a) for the first 30 metres of perimeter, an 
error of 30 millimetres ; 

(6) for the next 300 metres of perimeter, an 
error of 6 millimetres per 30 metres ; 

(c) for each succeeding 30 metres of perimeter, 
up to a total perimeter of 600 metres, an 
error of 3 millimetres; and 



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O. Reg. 450/76 



(d) for a total perimeter of more than 600 
metres, an error of one in 5,000. O. Reg. 
449/76. s. 7. 

8. Section 59 of the said Regulation is amended 
by adding thereto the following subsection : 

(2) Where the scale shown on a plan of survey 
is a ratio, a scale bar clearly identified as representing 
either feet or metres shall be included on the plan. 
O. Reg. 449/76, s. 8. 

9. This Regulation comes into force on the 1st 
day of July, 1976. 



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23 



THE REGISTRY ACT 

O. Reg. 450/76. 

Surveys, Plans and Descriptions of 

Land. 
Made— May 12th, 1976. 
Filed— May 20th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 780 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO. 1970 

MADE UNDER 

THE REGISTRY ACT 

1. Section 1 of Regulation 780 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1970 is amended by 
adding thereto the following clauses : 

{da) "imperial measurements" means measure- 
ments in feet and inches or feet and 
decimals of a foot ; 



(fa) "metric measurements" means measure- 
ments in metres and decimals of a metre ; 

2. — (1) Subclauses iv and v of clause c of sub- 
section 1 of section 5 of the said Regulation 
are revoked and the following substituted 
therefor : 

(iv) except as provided in subsection 4, 
shall not substitute contractions, 
abbreviations or symbols for words ; 

(2) Clause / of subsection 1 of the said section 5 
is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor : 

(/) shall not define distances other than by 
imperial measurements or metric measure- 
ments ; 



(3) Subsections 4 and 5 of the said section 5 
are revoked and the following substituted 
therefor : 

(4) Subclause iv of clause c of subsection 1 does 
not prohibit the substitution of "N" for "North", 
"E" for "East", "S" for "South" or "W" for 
"West" or the substitution of symbols for the words 
"degrees", "minutes" and "seconds" with respect 
to bearings in degrees. O. Reg. 450/76. s. 2 (3). 

3. Subsections 1 and 2 of section 14 of the said 
Regulation are revoked and the following 
substituted therefor : 

(1) Where imperial measurements are used, the 
error of closure in respect of the perimeter of each 
subdivision unit shall not exceed. 

(a) for the first 100 feet of perimeter, an error 
of 0.10 feet; 

(b) for the next 1,000 feet of perimeter, an 
error of 0.02 feet per 100 feet ; 

(c) for each succeeding 100 feet of perimeter, 
up to a total perimeter of 1,900 feet, an 
error of 0.01 feet ; and 

(d) for a total perimeter of more than 1,900 
feet, an error of one in 5,000. 

(2) Where metric measurements are used, the 
error of closure in respect of the perimeter of each 
subdivision unit shall not exceed, 

(a) for the first 30 metres of perimeter, an 
error of 30 millimetres ; 

{b) for the next 300 metres of perimeter, 
an error of 6 millimetres per 30 metres ; 

(c) for each succeeding 30 metres of perimeter, 
up to a total perimeter of 600 metres, an 
error of 3 millimetres ; and 

(d) for a total perimeter of more than 600 
metres, an error of one in 5,000. O. Reg. 
450/76, s. 3. 

4. Clauses a and 6 of section 15 of the said 
Regulation are revoked and the following 
substituted therefor : 

(a) periodic offsets at such intervals as the 
complexity of the natural boundary de- 
mands and to such extent as will enable 
relocation of the natural boundary, such 
offset measures to be. 

(i) of not greater length than 250 feet 
and at not greater intervals than 
200 feet along a controlled traverse 
where imperial measurements are 
used ; or 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 451/76 2395 



(ii) of not greater length than 80 metres 
and at not greater intervals than 60 
metres along a controlled traverse 
where metric measurements are 
used; 

{b) stadia measurements from stations on a 
controlled traverse to such points on the 
natural boundary as are necessary to 
determine all its irregularities and to 
enable its relocation, such measurements 
to be, 

(i) not more than 1,000 feet in length 
and at not greater intervals than 
200 feet along the natural boundary 
where imperial measurements are 
used ; or 

(ii) not more than 300 metres in length 
and at not greater intervals than 
60 metres along the natural bound- 
ary where metric measurements are 
used; 



5. Section 20 of the said Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

20. — (1) All distances on a plan of survey shall 
be shown either in imperial measurements or 
metric measurements. 



(2) Where distances on a plan of survey are 
shown in metric measurements only, the following 
shall be included in bold printing in a conspicuous 
position on the plan : 



METRIC 

MEASUREMENTS SHOWN ON THIS PLAN ARE 

IN METRES AND MAY BE CONVERTED TO 

FEET BY DIVIDING BY 0.3048 

and where this note appears no further metric 
designation shall accompany any measurement 
shown on the plan. O. Reg. 450 /76, s. 5. 



6. Section 36 of the said Regulation is amended 
by adding thereto the following subsection ; 

(2) Where the scale shown on a plan of survey 
is a ratio, a scale bar clearly identified as repre- 
senting either feet or metres shall be included on the 
plan. O. Reg. 450 /76, s. 6. 

7. This Regulation comes into force on the 1st 
day of July, 1976. 



THE CONDOMINIUM ACT 

O.Reg. 451/76. 

General. 

Made— May 12th, 1976. 

FUed— May 20th, 1976. 



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23 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 98 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 

MADE UNDER 

THE CONDOMINIUM ACT 



1970 



1. Section 1 of Regulation 98 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1970 is amended 
by adding thereto the following clauses: 

{ha) "imperial measurements" means measure- 
ments in feet and inches or feet and 
decimals of a foot ; 



(ja) "metric measurements" means measure- 
ments in metres and decimals of a metre ; 

2. Subsection 1 of section 39 of the said 
R^ulation is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor : 

(1) Every exterior angle of a condominium 
property shall be defined in the survey by, 

{a) a Standard Iron Bar; 

(b) a Concrete Monument ; 

(c) a Rock Bar ; or 

(d) a Rock Post, 

as defined in section 1 of Regulation 807 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1970. 

(la) Points in the exterior boundaries of a con- 
dominium property at intervids not greater than, 

(a) 1,000 feet, where imperial measurements 
are used ; or 

(6) 300 metres, where metric measurements are 
used, 

shall be defined in the survey in accordance with 
subsection 1. O. Reg. 451/76, s. 2. 

3. Subsection 1 of section 41 of the said 
Regulation is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor : 

(1) Where imperial measurements are used, the 
error of closure in respect of the perimeter of each 
subdivision unit shall not exceed. 



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feet of perimeter, an 



O. Reg. 452/76 



for the first 100 
error of 0.10 feet; 



(b) for the next 1,000 feet of perimeter, an 
error of 0.02 feet per 100 feet ; 

(c) for each succeeding 100 feet of perimeter, 
up to a total perimeter of 1,900 feet, an 
error of 0.01 feet ; and 

(d) for a total perimeter of more than 1,900 
feet, an error of one in 5,000. 



(la) Where metric measurements are used, the 
error of closure in respect of the perimeter of 
each subdivision unit shall not exceed, 

(a) for the first 30 metres of perimeter, an 
error of 30 millimetres ; 

(b) for the next 300 metres of perimeter, an 
error of 6 millimetres per 30 metres ; 

(c) for each succeeding 30 metres of perimeter, 
up to a total perimeter of 600 metres, 
an error of 3 millimetres ; and 

(d) for a total perimeter of more than 600 
metres, an error of one in 5,000. O. Reg. 
451/76, s. 3. 

4. Clauses a and b of section 42 of the said 
Regulation are revoked and the following 
substituted therefor : 

(a) periodic offsets at such intervals as the 
complexity of the natural boundary de- 
mands and to such extent as will enable 
relocation of the natural boundary, such 
offset measures to be, 

(i) of not greater length than 250 
feet and at not greater intervals 
than 200 feet along a controlled 
traverse where imperial measure- 
ments are used, or 

(ii) of not greater length than 80 metres 
and at not greater intervals than 
60 metres along a controlled traverse 
where metric measurements are 
used; 

(b) stadia measurements from stations on a 
controlled traverse to such points on the 
natural boundary as are necessary to 
determine all its irregularities and to enable 
its relocation, such measurements to be, 

(i) not more than 1,000 feet .in length 
and at not greater intervals than 
200 feet along the natural boundary 
where imperial measurements are 
used, or 



(ii) not more than 300 metres in length 
and at not greater intervals than 
60 metres along the natural bound- 
ary where metric measurements are 
used; 

5. Section 47 of the said Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor : 

47. — (1) All distances on a plan of survey shall 
be shown either in imperial or metric measure- 
ments. 

(2) Where distances on a plan of survey are 
shown in metric measurements only, the following 
shall be included in bold printing in a conspicuous 
position on the plan ; 

METRIC 

MEASUREMENTS SHOWN ON THIS PLAN ARE 

IN METRES AND MAY BE CONVERTED TO 

FEET BY DIVIDING BY 0.3048 

and where this note appears no further metric 
designation shall accompany any measurement 
shown on the plan. O. Reg. 451/76, s. 5. 

6. Section 60 of the said Regulation is amended 
by adding thereto the following subsection : 

(2) Where the scale shown on a plan of survey 
is a ratio, a scale bar clearly identified as represent- 
ing either feet or metres, shall be included on the 
plan. O. Reg. 451/76, s. 6. 

7. This Regulation comes into force on the 1st 
day of July, 1976. 



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23 



THE BUSINESS CORPORATIONS ACT 

O. Reg. 452/76. 

General. 

Made— May 12th. 1976. 

Filed— May 20th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 78 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER 

THE BUSINESS CORPORATIONS ACT 

1. Sections 33, 34, 35 and 36, and section 37 
as remade by section 3 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 386/71, of Regulation 78 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1970, are revoked and 
the following substituted therefor: 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



33. The Executive Director, the Senior Legal 
Officer, the Director, Companies Services Branch, 
the Controller of Records or the Assistant Con- 
troller of Records of the Companies Division of the 
Ministry may sign any certificate required or 
authorized by the Act. O. Reg. 452/76, s. 1, part. 

34. — (1) The fees set out in the Schedule shall 
be paid to the Treasurer of Ontario upon the 
filing, examination or copying of the document 
or before the Minister takes the action for which 
the fee is prescribed, as the case may be. 

(2) Where a cheque is tendered in payment of a 
fee set out in the Schedule, the name of the 
corporation or the Ministry file number in respect 
of which the cheque is tendered shall be entered 
on the face of the cheque. O. Reg. 452/76, s. 1, 
part. 

35. No fee is payable on delivery- of articles of 
dissolution under section 248 of the Act for filing 
and issue of a certificate by the Minister. O. Reg. 
452/76, s. l.part. 

36. No fee is payable in respect of a search 
under item 9 or in respect of a copy of a document 
under item 10 of the Schedule by, 

(a) any department of the Government of 
Ontario, or any agency, board or com- 
mission thereof, including the offices of 
Sheriff, master of titles and registrar of 
deeds; 

(b) any department of the Government of any 
other province of Canada having reciprocal 
arrangements or any agency, board or 
commission thereof; 

(c) any department of the Government of 
Canada or any agency, board or com- 
mission thereof ; or 

(d) the police department or fire department 
of any municipality in Ontario. O. Reg. 
452/76, s. \,part. 



37. Where, 

(a) the prescribed fee of $125 has been paid 
on delivery of articles of incorporation ; or 

(b) where the prescribed fee of $200 has been 
paid, 

(i) on delivery of, 

a. articles, 

b. a statement, or 



2397 

an application for an author- 
ization under section 199 of 
the Act, or 



(ii) for an order under subsection 4 of 
section 251 of the Act, 

and the articles or statement is withdrawn prior 
to filing by the Minister or refused or the apphca- 
tion for an authorization or for an order is with- 
drawn, abandoned or refused, as the case may be, 
the sum of $50 shall be retained and the balance 
repaid to the person who paid it or to his legal 
representative. O. Reg. 452/76, s. l.part. 



2. The Schedule to the said Regulation, as 
amended by sections 4 and 5 of Ontario 
Regulation 386/71, is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted therefor : 



Schedule 
FEES 

1. For reservation of a corporate name ... . $ 10 

2. On delivery of articles of, 

(a) incorporation, for filing and issue of 
a certificate, 

(i) with authorized capital $40,000 

or less $125 

(ii) with authorized capital exceed- 
ing $40,000 $200 

(b) amalgamation or continuation for 
filing and issue of a certificate and 
for an authorization by the Minister 
under section 199 of the Act $200 

3. On delivery of restated articles of in- 
corporation, for filing and issue of a 
certificate $ 50 

4. On delivery of, 

(a) articles of amendment, for filing 

and issue of a certificate $ 50 

(6) a statement under section 31 of the 
Act, for filing and issue of a certi- 
ficate $ 50 

5. For filing a certified copy of a resolution 
referred to in subsection 1 of section 25 

of the Act $ 50 

6. On delivery of a statement under sec- 
tion 195 of the Act, for filing and issue 

of a certificate $200 



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7. On an application for an order, 

(a) under subsection 3 of section 161 

of the Act $ 50 

(b) under subsection 4 of section 161 

of the Act I 10 



(c) under subsection 4 of section 251 
of the Act 



$200 



8. For filing any document required under 
the Act, except a notice under sub- 
section 5 of section 14 of the Act $ 10 

9. For searches in the Ministry of documents 
on file under the Act, 

(a) personal search in respect of one 
corporation $ 2 

(b) search by letter in respect of one 
corporation $ 2 

10. For copies of documents on file under 
the Act in the Ministry, 

(a) for copies of papers, articles and 
orders, 50 cents a page with mini- 
mum fee of $2 in respect of each 
corporation ; and 

(b) for certification of copies of papers, 
articles and orders, $10 in respect 
of each corporation. 

11. For a certificate in respect of a cor- 
poration $ 10 

O. Reg. 452/76, s. 2. 

3. This Regulation comes into force on the 
15th day of June, 1976. 



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THE PLANNING ACT 

O.Reg. 453/76. 

Restricted Areas — County of Frontenac, 

Township of Bedford. 
Made— May 18th, 1976. 
Filed— May 20th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 218/75 

MADE UNDER 

THE PLANNING ACT 

1. Ontario Regulation 218/75 is amended by 
adding thereto the following sections : 



25. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 21 may be 
used for the erection and use thereon of one 
single-family residence and buildings and structures 
accessory thereto, provided the following require- 
ments are met : 



Minimum front yard 
Minimum side yards 
Minimum rear yard 



50 feet 

10 feet 

25 feet 
O. Reg. 453/76, s. I, part. 



26. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 22 may be 
used for the erection and use thereon of one 
seasonal residence and buildings and structures 
accessory thereto, provided the following require- 
ments are met : 



Minimum front yard 

Minimum side yards 

Minimum rear yard 

Maximum lot coverage 
of all buildings and 
structures 



25 feet 
10 feet 
25 feet 



30 per cent 
O. Reg. 453/76, s. I, part. 



27. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 23 may be 
used for the erection and use thereon of one 
seasonal residence and buildings and structures 
accessory thereto, provided the following require- 
ments are met : 

Minimum distance be- 
tween any building or 
structure and the high 
water mark of Thirty 
Island Lake 35 feet 

No significant change 
in the natural condition 
of the vegetation or soil 
shall take place on 
those lands within 35 
feet of the high water 
mark of Thirty Island 
Lake. 

No lands shall be used 
for subsurface sewage 
disposal within 35 feet 
of the high water mark 
of Thirty Island Lake. 

Minimum side yards 10 feet 

Minimum rear yard 25 feet 



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Maximum lot coverage 
of all buildings and 
structures 



30 per cent 
O Reg. 453/76, s. 1, part. 



28. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the lands described in Schedules 24, 25 and 
26 may each be used for the erection and use 
thereon of one seasonal residence and buildings 
and structures accessory thereto provided the 
following requirements are met : 

Minimum distance be- 
tween any building or 
structure and the high 
water mark of Buck 
Lake 50 feet 

No significant change 
in the natural condition 
of the vegetation or soil 
shall take place within 
50 feet of Buck Lake. 

Minimum side yards 10 feet 

Minimum rear yard 25 feet 

Maximum lot coverage 
of all buildings and 
structures 



30 per cent 
O. Reg. 453/76, s. 1, part. 



29. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 27 may be 
used for the erection and use thereon of one 
seasonal residence and buildings and structures 
accessory thereto, provided the following require- 
ments are met : 

Minimum distance be- 
tween any building and 
structure and the high 
water mark of Buck 
Bay 100 feet 

No significant change 
in the natural condition 
of the vegetation or soil 
shall take place within 
100 feet of the high 
water mark of Buck 
Bay. 

No lands shall be used 
for subsurface sewage 
disposal within 100 feet 
of the high water mark 
of Buck Bay. 

Minimum side yards 10 feet 

Minimum rear yard 10 feet 



Maximum lot coverage 
of all buildings and 
structures 



30 per cent 
O. Reg. 453/76, s. X.part. 



2. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedules : 

Schedule 21 

That parcel of land situate in the Township of 
Bedford in the County of Frontenac, being com- 
posed of that part of Lot 16 in Concession XIV 
more jjarticularly described as follows ; 

Banning at the intersection of the dividing 
line between the Townships of Bedford and North 
Crosby and the northerly limit of the road allowance 
between Lots 15 and 16 in Concession XIV, 
Township of Bedford ; 

Thence in a westerly direction along the said 
northerly limit to the easterly limit of the road 
allowance between concessions XIII and XIV; 

Thence in a northerly direction along the said 
easterly limit to the said dividing line between the 
townshipK of Bedford and North Crosby ; 

Thence in a southeasterly direction along the 
said dividing line to the place of beginning. 
O. Reg. 453/76, s. 2, />aW. 

Schedule 22 

I That parcel of land situate in the Township of 
' Bedford in the County of Frontenac, being com- 
posed of that part of lots 23 and 24 in Con- 
cession III designated as Part III on a Reference 
Plan deposited in the Land Registry Office for the 
, Registry Division of Frontenac (No. 13) as Number 
R-139. O. Reg. 453 /76, s. 2. part. 



Schedule 23 

That parcel of land situate in the Township of 
Bedford in the County of Frontenac, being com- 
posed of that part of Lot 6 in Concession III 
designated as Part 10 on a Reference Plan deposited 
in the Land Registry Office for the Registry Division 
of Frontenac (No. 13) as Number R-47. O. Reg. 
453/76. s. 2, part. 



Schedule 24 

That parcel of land situate in the Township of 
Bedford in the County of Frontenac. being com- 
posed of that part of Lot 1 in Concession XIII 
designated as Part 9 on a Reference Plan deposited 
in the Land Registry Office for the Registry Division 
of Frontenac (No. 13) as Number R-159. O. Reg. 
453/76, s. 2, part. 



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Schedule 25 

That parcel of land situate in the Township of 
Bedford in the County of Frontenac, being com- 
posed of that part of Lot 1 in Concession XIII 
designated as Part 10 on a Reference Plan deposited 
in the Land Registry Office for the Registry Division 
of Frontenac (No. 13) as Number R-159. O. Reg. 
453/76, s. 2, part. 

Schedule 26 

That parcel of land situate in the Township of 
Bedford in the County of Frontenac, being com- 
posed of that part of Lot 1 in Concession XIII 
designated as Part 1 1 on a Reference Plan deposited 
in the Land Registry Office for the Registry Division 
of Frontenac (No. 13) as Number R-159. O. Reg. 
453/76, s. 2, part. 

Schedule 27 

That parcel of land situate in the Township of 
Bedford in the County of Frontenac, being com- 
posed of that part of Lots 17 and 18 in Con- 
cessions II and III designated as Part 17 on a 
Reference Plan deposited in the Land Registry Office 
for the Registry Division of Frontenac (No. 13) as 
Number R-25. O. Reg. 453/76, s. 2, part. 

G. M. Farrow 

Executive Director, 

Plans Administration Division, 

Ministry of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 18th day of May, 1976. 

(8069) 23 

THE FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 

O. Reg. 454/76. 

Restricted Fire Zones. 
Made— May 20th, 1976. 
Filed— May 20th, 1976. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 
THE FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 

RESTRICTED FIRE ZONES 

1. The parts of the North Central Fire Region 
described in Schedules A and B hereto are declared 
to be Restricted Fire Zones from the 22nd day of 
May to the 27th day of May, both inclusive, in 
the year 1976. O. Reg. 454/76, s. 1. 

Schedule A 

In the Territorial District of Thunder Bay and 
described as follows : 



Beginning at the northwesterly corner of the 
Geographic Township of Stirling; thence easterly 
along the northerly boundary of the last mentioned 
geographic township to the southeasterly corner of 
the Geographic Township of McMaster; thence 
northerly along the easterly boundary of the last 
mentioned geographic township to the northeasterly 
corner thereof; thence westerly along the northerly 
boundary of the Geographic Township of McMaster 
to the northwesterly corner thereof ; thence westerly 
along the base line surveyed by Phillips and 
Benner, Ontario Land Surveyors, in 1918, to longi- 
tude 89° 00' ; thence northerly along longitude 89° 
00' to latitude 49° 30' ; thence westerly along lati- 
tude 49° 30' a distance of 8 miles ; thence north 
astronomically to the intersection with the easterly 
production of the base line surveyed by K. G. 
Ross, Ontario Land Surveyor, in 1922 ; thence 
westerly along that production and that base line 
to mile post 24; thence northerly along the 
meridian surveyed by K. G. Ross, Ontario Land 
Surveyor, in 1922, to the base line surveyed by 
K. G. Ross, Ontario Land Surveyor, in 1923; 
thence westerly along that base line to longitude 
90° 00' ; thence southerly along that longitude to 
latitude 50° 00' ; thence westerly along that latitude 
to the meridian surveyed by K. G. Ross, Ontario 
Land Surveyor, in 1921; thence southwesterly in a 
straight line to the intersection of the base line 
run by Phillips and Benner, Ontario Land Surveyors, 
in 1931, with the northerly production of the 
easterly boundary of G.T.P. Block No. 6; thence 
southerly along that northerly production and the 
easterly boundary of that block to the south- 
easterly corner thereof; thence westerly along the 
southerly boundary of that block to the south- 
westerly corner thereof; thence southerly in a 
straight line to the northeasterly corner of the 
Geographic Township of Chartrand ; thence southerly 
along the easterly boundary of the geographic 
townships of Chartrand and Corman to the south- 
easterly corner of the last mentioned geographic 
township; thence southerly along the westerly 
boundary of the District of Thunder Bay to the 
International Boundary between Canada and the 
United States of America in Saganaga Lake ; thence 
in a southeasterly, northeasterly and southeasterly 
direction following that international boundary to 
longitude 88° 30' ; thence northerly along that 
longitude to a line drawn east astronomically 
from the most southerly extremity of Magnet 
Point ; thence west astronomically to the high-water 
mark of Magnet Channel on Magnet Point ; thence 
in a northerly, northeasterly and northwesterly 
direction following the high-water mark of Magnet 
Channel and Black Bay to the southerly boundary 
of the Geographic Township of Stirling; thence 
westerly along that southerly boundary to the 
southwesterly corner of the last mentioned geo- 
graphic township; thence northerly along the west- 
erly boundary of the Geographic Township of 
Stirling to the place of beginning. O. Reg. 454/76, 
Sched. A. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 455/76 2401 



Schedule B 

In the territorial districts of Kenora and Rainy 
River and described as follovvs: 

Beginning at the southwesterly comer of the 
Geographic Township of Grummett in the Terri- 
torial District of Kenora; thence easterly along the 
southerly boundary of the geographic townships of 
Grummett, Cathcart, McNevin and Corman to the 
westerly boundary of the Territorial District of 
Thunder Bay ; thence southerly along that boundary 
to the intersection with the International Boundary 
between Canada and the United States of America 
in Saganaga Lake; thence in a southwesterly, 
northwesterly, southwesterly and northwesterly di- 
rection following that international boundary to 
longitude 92^ 30' ; thence northerly along that 
longitude to the high-water mark along the south- 
erly bank of the Seine River; thence easterly 
along that high-water mark to the southerly 
boundar\' of Indian Reserve 23A; thence easterly 
and northerly along that boundary to the high- 
water mark along the southerly bank of the 
Seine River; thence easterly along that high-water 
mark to the southerly limit of the right of way 
of that part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 1 1 ; thence easterly along that right of way 
to the southerly production of the easterly boundary 
of the Geographic Township of Bennett in the 
Territorial District of Rainy River ; thence northerly 
along that southerly production and the easterly 
boundary of that geographic township and the 
northerly production of the easterly boundary of the 
Geographic Township of Bennett to the third 
base line; thence westerly along that base line to 
the fifth meridian line; thence northerly along the 
fifth meridian line 12 miles, more or less, to a 
point in a line drawn west astronomically from the 
southwesterly corner of the Township of Grummett 
in the Territorial District of Kenora; thence east 
astronomically to the place of beginning. O. Reg. 
454/76, Sched. B. 

Leo Bernier, 
Minister of Natural Resources. 

Dated at Toronto, this 20th day of May, 1976. 

(8072) 23 



THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 455/76. 

Restricted Areas — Improvement 
District of Ear Falls, District of 
Kenora, Patricia Portion. 

Made— May 19th, 1976. 

Filed— May 21st, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 68/71 

MADE UNDER 

THE PLANNING ACT 

1. — (1) Subsection 1 of section 3 of Ontario 
Regulation 68/71, as remade by section 2 of 
Ontario Regulation 33/74, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor : 

(1) Lots 3 to 25, 65 to 80, 84, 85, 93, 94 and 
104 to 109, all inclusive, as shown on a Plan 
registered in the Land Registry Office for the 
Land Titles Division of Kenora (No. 23) as Plan 
Number M-537; lots 26 to 37, 51 to 64, 98 to 
103, all inclusive, and Blocks K, L, M and N as 
shown on a Plan registered in the said Land 
Registry Office as Number M-538; lots 1 to 6, 
cdl inclusive, and Block A as shown on a Plan 
registered in the said Land Registry Office as 
Number M-555, shall not be used for any purpose 
other than for single-family residential purposes 
and uses accessory thereto. O. Reg. 455/76, s. 1 (1). 



(2) Subsection 4 of the said section 3, as remade 
by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 33/74, is 
revoked and the following substituted there- 
for: 

(4) Blocks E, F, G, I. P and Q, as shown on a 
Plan registered in the Land Registry Office for the 
Land Titles Division of Kenora (No. 23) as 
Number M-537, shall not be used for any purpose 
other than the purpose for which they were used 
on the date this Order came into force. O. Reg. 
455/76, s. 1 (2). 

(3) The said section 3, as amended by section 2 
of Ontario Regulation 380/71 and section 2 
of Ontario Regulation 33/74, is further 
amended by adding thereto the following 
subsection : 

(11) The parcel of land consisting of Blocks C and 
D, according to a Plan registered in the Land 
Registry Office for the Land Titles Division of 
Kenora (No. 23) as Number M-537, may not be 
used for any purpose other than for multi-family 
residential purposes and uses accessory thereto and 
the following requirements shall be met : 

Not more than two 
multi-family struc- 
tures shall be erected 
on the parcel. 

Not more than eleven 
dwelling units shall be 
contained within each 
multi-family structure. 

Minimum front yard 20 feet 

Minimum side yards 15 feet 



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O. Reg. 457/76 



Minimum rear yard 

Parking facilities shall 
be provided and 
maintained on the 
basis of a minimum of 
1.25 parking spaces 
for each dwelling unit. 



20 feet 



O. Reg. 455/76, s. 1 (3). 



G. M. Farrow, 

Executive Director, 
Plans Administration Division. 
Ministry of Housing. 

Dated at Toronto, this 19th day of May, 1976. 

(8073) 23 

THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 456/76. 

Restricted Areas — County of Ontario 
(now The Regional Municipality of 
Durham), Township of Pickering 
(now Town of Ajax). 

Made— May 18th, 1976. 

Filed— May 21st, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 102/72 

MADE UNDER 

THE PLANNING ACT 

1. Ontario Regulation 102/72 is amended by 
adding thereto the following section : 

39. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the lands described in Schedules 26 and 27 
may each be used for the erection and use thereon 
of one single-family dwelling and buildings and 
structures accessory thereto provided the following 
requirements are met : 

Minimum front yard 12 feet 



Minimum side yards 

Minimum rear yard 

Minimum total floor 
area of dwelling 

Minimum yards for 
accessory buildings 
and structures 



12 feet on each side 
150 feet 

1,200 square feet 



3 feet from front and any 
side lot line and 
100 feet from the rear 
lot line 



No accessory buildings or 
structures shall be used 
for human habitation. 



O. Reg. 456/76, s. 1. 



2. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedules: 

Schedule 26 

That parcel of land situate in the Township of 
Pickering, now in the Town of Pickering in The 
Regional Municipality of Durham, being composed 
of that part of Lot 12 in Concession VI designated 
as Part 1 on a Reference Plan deposited in the 
Land Registry Office for the Registry Division of 
Durham (No. 40) as Number 40R-2930. O. Reg. 
456/76, s. 2, part. 

Schedule 27 

That parcel of land situate in the Township of 
Pickering, now in the Town of Pickering in The 
Regional Municipality of Durham, being composed 
of that part of Lot 12 in Concession VI designated 
as Parts 2 and 3 on a Reference Plan deposited 
in the Land Registry Office for the Registry Division 
of Durham (No. 40) as Number 40R-2930. O. Reg. 
456/76, s. 2, part. 

G. M. Farrow 

Executive Director, 

Plans Administration Division, 

Ministry of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 18th day of May, 1976. 

(8074) 23 



THE PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 
DEVELOPMENT ACT, 1973 

O. Reg. 457/76. 

The Regional Municipality of York, 

Town of Vaughan. 
Made— May 19th, 1976. 
Filed— May 21st, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 475/73 

MADE UNDER 

THE PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT, 1973 

1. Paragraph vii of section 2 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 475/73, as remade by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 43/75, is amended by 
adding thereto the following subparagraph : 

3. That part of Lot 1 in Concession VII 
described as follows : 

Bearings herein are astronomic and 
are derived from the Ontario Co- 
ordinate System, Zone 10, Central 
Meridian 79° 30' west longitude; 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 459/76 2403 



Beginning at a survey monument at 
the intersection of the northerly limit 
of Steeles Avenue and the westerly 
limit of Islington Avenue as widened 
to 66 feet ; 

Thence north 27° 04' 40* west along 
the westerly limit of Islington Avenue 
230.69 feet to a survey monument ; 

Thence south 71° 03' west 298.67 feet 
to a survey monument ; 

Thence south 27° 59' 50* east 72.81 
feet to a survey monument ; 

Thence south 26° 43' east 149.95 feet 
to a survey monument in the northerly 
limit of Steeles Avenue ; 

Thence north 72° 33' 30* east along 
the said northerly limit 299.68 feet to 
the place of beginning. 

W. Darcy McKeough 
Treasurer of Ontario and 
Minister of Economics and 
Intergovernmental Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 19th day of May, 1976. 

(8075) 23 



THE PLANNING ACT 

O.Reg. 458/76. 

Restricted Areas — County of Haldimand, 
(now The Regional Municipality of 
Haldimand-Norfolk), Township of 
Dunn (now Town of Dunnville). 

Made— May 20th. 1976. 

Filed— May 21st, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 280/73 

MADE UNDER 

THE PLANNING ACT 

1. Ontario Regulation 280/73 is amended by 
adding thereto the following section : 

49. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 44 may be 
used for the erection and use thereon of one 
single-family dwelling and buildings and structures 
accessory thereto provided the requirements of 
section 15 are met. O. Reg. 458/76, s. 1. 

2. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedule : 



Schedule 44 

That parcel of land formerly in the Township of 
Dunn, now in the Town of Dunnville in The 
Regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk, being 
composed of that part of Lot 12 in Concession I 
north of the Dunnville and Dover Road more 
pju'ticularly described as follows : 

Premising that the easterly limit of the said 
Lot 12 has a bearing of north 0° 05' east and 
relating all bearings herein thereto ; 

Beginning at an iron bar planted in the easterly 
limit of the said Lot distant north 0° 05' east 
317.33 feet therein from the southeasterly comer 
thereof ; 

Thence north 0° 05' east continuing along the said 
easterly limit a distance of 100 feet to a point ; 

Thence north 89° 55' west a distance of 200 feet to a 
point; 

Thence south 0° 05' west a distance of 100 feet to a 
point; 

Thence south 89° 55' east a distance of 200 feet 
to the place of beginning. O. Reg. 458/76, s. 2. 

G. M. Farrow 

Executive Director, 

Plans Administration Division, 

Ministry of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 20th day of May, 1976. 

(8076) 23 



THE FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 

O. Reg. 459/76. 

Restricted Fire Zones. 
Made— May 21st. 1976. 
FUed— May 21st, 1976. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 
THE FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 

RESTRICTED FIRE ZONES 

1. The parts of the Northwestern Fire Region 
described in Schedules A, B and C hereto are 
declared to be Restricted Fire Zones from the 
22nd day of May to the 31st day of May, both 
inclusive, in the year 1976. O. Reg. 459/76, s. 1. 

Schedule A 

In the territorial districts of Kenora and Thunder 
Bay and described as follows : 



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O. Reg. 459/76 



Beginning at the southeasterly corner of the 
Geographic Township of Corman in the Territorial 
District of Kenora; thence northerly along the 
easterly boundary of the geographic townships of 
Corman and Chartrand and the northerly production 
of the westerly boundary of the Geographic Town- 
ship of Chartrand to the southwesterly corner of 
G.T.P. Block No. 6; thence easterly along the 
south boundary of that block to the southeasterly 
corner thereof; thence northerly along the easterly 
boundary of that block and the northerly production 
of the easterly boundary of that Block No. 6 to 
the base line run by Phillips and Benner, Ontario 
Land Surveyors, in 1931 ; thence northeasterly in a 
straight line to the intersection of latitude 50° 00' 
with the meridian line run by K. G. Ross, 
Ontario Land Surveyor, in 1921; thence easterly 
along latitude 50° 00' to longitude 90° 00' ; thence 
north along longitude 90° 00' to the southerly 
limit of the right-of-way of the Canadian National 
Railway; thence westerly along that railway limit 
to the northerly production of the easterly boundary 
of the G.T.P. Block No. 8; thence southerly along 
that production to the northeasterly corner of that 
Block No. 8; thence westerly along the northerly 
boundary of that Block to the northwesterly 
corner thereof; thence southerly along the westerly 
boundary of that Block and its southerly production 
to the base line run by Phillips and Benner, 
Ontario Land Surveyors, in 1932; thence westerly 
along that base line to the southeasterly corner of 
G.T.P. Block No. 9; thence westerly along the 
southerly boundary of that Block to the south- 
westerly corner thereof; thence westerly along the 
base line run by Phillips and Benner, Ontario 
Land Surveyors, in 1932 to the 5th meridian line; 
thence southerly along that meridian to a line 
drawn west astronomically from the southwesterly 
corner of the Geographic Township of Grummett 
in the Territorial District of Kenora; thence east 
astronomically to the place of beginning. O. Reg. 
459/76, Sched. A. 

Schedule B 

In the Territorial District of Kenora, Patricia 
Portion and described as follows : 

Beginning at a point in the Interprovincial 
Boundary between Ontario and Manitoba where the 
same is intersected by a line drawn west astro- 
nomically from the water's edge on the most 
westerly extremity of Pakwash Lake; thence east 
astronomically to longitude 94° 30' ; thence southerly 
along longitude 94° 30' to latitude 50° 30' ; thence 
easterly along latitude 50° 30' to the high-water 
mark of Lac Seul; thence southeasterly along that 
high-water mark to the intersection with the 6th 
meridian line; thence northeasterly in a straight 
line to the southeasterly corner of the Geographic 
Township of Birkett; thence northerly along the 
easterly boundary of the geographic townships of 
Birkett, Costello and McNaughton to the north- 
easterly corner of the last mentioned geographic 
township; thence northerly along the northerly 



production of the easterly boundary of the Geo- 
graphic Township of McNaughton to the 11th base 
line; thence westerly along the 11th base line to 
longitude 92° 30' ; thence northerly along that 
longitude to the interprovincial boundary between 
Ontario and Manitoba; thence southwesterly and 
southerly along that boundary to the place of 
beginning. O. Reg. 459/76, Sched. B. 

Schedule C 

In the territorial districts of Kenora, Thunder 
Bay and Kenora, Patricia Portion and described 
as follows : 

Beginning at the northeasterly corner of the 
Geographic Township of Laval in the Territorial 
District of Kenora ; thence southerly along the east- 
erly boundary of the geographic townships of Laval 
and Hartman to the intersection with a line drawn 
west astronomically from the 69th mile f)ost on the 
5th meridian line as surveyed by A. Niven, Ontario 
Land Surveyor in 1897; thence east astronomically 
to the said 69th mile post; thence northerly along 
that 5th meridian to the base line surveyed by 
Phillif)s and Benner, Ontario Land Surveyors in 
1932; thence easterly along that base line to the 
southwesterly corner of G.T.P. Block No. 9; 
thence easterly along the southerly boundary of 
that Block to the southeasterly corner thereof; 
thence easterly along the base line surveyed by 
Phillips and Benner, Ontario Land Surveyors in 
1932, to the southerly production of the westerly 
boundary of G.T.P. Block No. 8; thence northerly 
along that production and the westerly boundary 
of that block to the northwesterly corner thereof; 
thence easterly along the northerly boundary of that 
block to the northeasterly comer thereof; thence 
northerly along the northerly production of the 
easterly boundary of that G.T.P. Block No. 8 to 
the southerly Hmit of the right-of-way of the 
Canadian National Railway; thence easterly along 
that railway limit to longitude 90° 00' ; thence north- 
erly along that longitude to latitude 51° 00'; thence 
easterly along that latitude to longitude 89° 00' ; 
thence northerly along longitude 89° 00' to the 
southerly boundary of Wunnumin Lake Indian 
Reserve 86; thence easterly along that southerly 
boundary to the easterly boundary of that Indian 
Reserve; thence northerly along that easterly 
boundary to the northerly boundary of that Indian 
Reserve; thence westerly along that northerly 
boundary to longitude 89° 00' ; thence northerly 
along longitude 89° 00' to latitude 54° 00'; thence 
northwesterly in a straight line to the intersection 
of longitude 91° 30' with latitude 55° 00'; thence 
northwesterly along the northwesterly production 
of the last mentioned line to the Interprovincial 
Boundary between Ontario and Manitoba; thence 
in a southwesterly direction along that boundary 
to longitude 92° 30' ; thence southerly along longitude 
92° 30' to the 11th base line; thence easterly along 
the 11th base line to the northerly production of 
the easterly boundary of the Geographic Township 
of McNaughton ; thence southerly along that produc- 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 460/76 2405 



tion to the northeasterly comer of McNaughton 
Township; thence southerly along the easterly 
boundary of the geographic townships of Mc- 
Naughton, Costello and Birkett to the southeasterly 
comer of Birkett Township; thence southwesterly 
in a straight line to the intersection of the 6th 
meridian line with the high-water mark along the 
southerly shore of Lac Seul; thence in a general 
southeasterly direction following the high-water 
mark of Lac Seul to the westerly limit of Indian 
Reserve 28; thence in a southerly direction along 
the westerly hmit of the said Indian Reserve to the 
high-water mark of Lac Seul; thence in an easterly 
direction along that high- water mark to the southerly 
limit of Indian Reserve 28; thence easterly along 
the southerly limit of that Indian Reserve and its 
easterly production to the northerly production of 
the easterly boundary of the Geographic Township 
of Mcllraith ; thence southerly along that production 
to the northeasterly comer of the last mentioned 
geographic township; thence southerly along the 
easterly boundary of the geographic townships of 
Mcllraith and Webb to the jjlace of beginning. 
O. Reg. 459/76, Sched. C. 

Dennis Timbrell, 
for Minister of Natural Resources. 

Dated at Toronto, this 21st day of May, 1976. 

(8077) 23 



THE FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 



O. Reg. 460/76. 
Restricted Fire Zones. 
Made— May 21st, 1976. 
Filed— May 21st. 1976. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 
THE FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 

RESTRICTED FIRE ZONES 

1. The parts of the Northwestern Fire Region 
described in Schedules A. B and C hereto are 
declared to be Restricted Fire Zones from the 25th 
day of May to the 31st day of May. both inclusive. 
in the year 1976. O. Reg. 460/76, s. 1. 

Schedule A 

In the Territorial District of Kenora and described 
as follows: 

Beginning at the northeasterly comer of the 
Geographic Township of Laval in the Territorial 
District of Kenora; thence southerly along the 
easterly boundary of the geographic townships of 
Laval and Hartman to the intersection with a line 



drawn west astronomically from the 69th mile 
post on the 5th meridian line as siu-veyed by A. Niven , 
Ontario Land Surveyor, in 1897; thence east astro- 
nomically to the said 69th mile post ; thence southerly 
along the said 5th meridian line to a line drawn 
west astronomically from the southwesterly comer 
of the Geographic Township of Grummett; thence 
west astronomically 12.5 miles; thence north astro- 
nomically 11.5 miles, more or less, to the intersection 
with the 4th base line; thence westerly along that 
base line to the 24th mile post planted therein; 
thence north astronomically along a meridian 
surveyed by Speight and Van Nostrand, Ontario 
Land Surveyors, in 1927 a distance of 11 miles and 
76.20 chains, more or less, to the intersection with 
the base line surveyed by A. Niven, Ontario Land 
Surveyor, in 1895; thence west astronomically along 
that base line 6 miles and 8.05 chains, more or less, 
to a survey post planted therein distant 3.302 chains 
measured easterly along the said base line from the 
60th mile post thereon; thence north 34° west 
astronomically 21 miles and 55.58 chains, more or 
less, to the southeasterly comer of the Geographic 
Township of MacNicol; thence northerly along the 
easterly boundary of the last mentioned geographic 
township and its northerly production to the high- 
water mark along the southerly bank of Canyon 
Lake; thence easterly along that high-water mark 
to longitude 93° 45' ; thence northerly along longi- 
tude 93° 45' to latitude 50° 30' ; thence easterly 
along latitude 50° 30' to the high-water mark along 
Lac Seul; thence southeasterly along that high- 
water mark to the westerly limit of Indian Reserve 
28 ; thence in a southerly direction along the westerly 
limit of the said Indian Reserve to the high-water 
mark of Lac Seul; thence in an easterly direction 
along that high-water mark to the southerly limit 
of Indian Reserve 28; thence easterly along that 
limit and its easterly production to the northerly 
production of the easterly boundary of the Geo- 
graphic Township of Mcllraith; thence southerly 
along that production to the northeasterly comer 
of the last mentioned get^aphic township; thence 
southerly along the easterly boundary of the geo- 
graphic townships of Mcllraith and Webb to the 
place of beginning. O. R^. 460/76, Sched. A. 

Schedule B 

In the territorial districts of Kenora and Rainy 
River and described as follows : 

Beginning at the southeasterly comer of Godson 
Township in the Territorial District of Kenora; 
thence in a westerly direction along the southerly 
boundary of the Township of Godson to the east 
shore of Sabaskong Bay of Lake of the Woods; 
thence westerly and southwesterly along the south 
shore of the said bay and along the east shore 
of the Lake of the Woods to where the same is 
interesected by the 49th degree parallel of north 
latitude; thence due west 15 miles, more or less, to 
the International Boundary between Canada and 
the United States of America ; thence southerly and 
southeasterly along that boundary to Longitude 



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O. Reg. 461/76 



92° 30' ; thence northerly along that Longitude to 
the high-water mark along the southerly bank of 
the Seine River; thence easterly along that high- 
water mark to the southerly boundary of Indian 
Reserve 23A; thence easterly and northerly along 
that boundary to the high-water mark along the 
southerly bank of the Seine River; thence easterly 
along that high-water mark to the southerly limit 
of the right of way of that part of the King's High- 
way known as No. 1 1 ; thence easterly along that 
right of way to the southerly production of the 
easterly boundary of the Geographic Township of 
Bennett in the Territorial District of Rainy River; 
thence northerly along that southerly production 
and the easterly boundary of that geographic town- 
ship and the northerly production of the easterly 
boundary of the Geographic Township of Bennett 
to the third base line; thence westerly along that 
base line to the fifth meridian line ; thence northerly 
along the fifth meridian line 12 miles, more or less, 
to a point in a line drawn west Eistronomically from 
the southwesterly corner of Grummett Township in 
the Territorial District of Kenora; thence west 
astronomically 12.5 miles; thence north astro- 
nomically 11.5 miles, more or less, to the inter- 
section with the 4th base line ; thence westerly along 
the 4th base line to the 24th mile post planted 
therein; thence southwesterly in a straight line to 
the northeasterly corner of Godson Township; 
thence southerly along the easterly boundary of that 
township to the place of beginning. O. Reg. 460/76, 
Sched. B. 

Schedule C 

In the territorial districts of Kenora and Kenora, 
Patricia Portion and described as follows: 

Beginning at a point in the Interprovincial Bound- 
ary between Ontario and Manitoba where the same 
is intersected by a line drawn west astronomically 
from the water's edge on the most westerly extremity 
of Pakwash Lake; thence east astronomically to 
longitude 94° 30' ; thence southerly along that longi- 
tude to latitude 50° 30' ; thence easterly along lati- 
tude 50° 30' to longitude 93° 45' ; thence southerly 
along that longitude to the high-water mark along 
the southerly shore of Canyon Lake ; thence westerly 
along that high-water mark to the intersection with 
the northerly production of the easterly boundary 
of the Geographic Township of MacNicol; thence 
southerly along that northerly production and the 
easterly boundary of the Geographic Township of 
MacNicol to the southeasterly corner thereof ; thence 
south 34° east along a line surveyed by Phillips 
and Benner, Ontario Land Surveyors, in 1928, a 
distance of 21 miles and 55.58 chains, more or less, 
to a point in the base line surveyed by A. Niven, 
Ontario Land Surveyor, in 1895, the said point 
being distant 3.302 chains measured easterly along 
the said base line from the 60th mile post thereon; 
thence east along that base line 6 miles and 8.05 
chains to the meridian line surveyed by Sf)eight 
and Van Nostrand, Ontario Land Surveyors, in 
1927; thence southerly along that meridian line 



11 miles and 76.20 chains, more or less, to the 
24th mile post planted in the 4th base line; thence 
southwesterly in a straight line to the northeasterly 
corner of the Geographic Township of Godson; 
thence southerly along the easterly boundary of the 
last mentioned geographic township to the south- 
easterly corner thereof; thence in a westerly direc- 
tion along the southerly boundary of the Township 
of Godson to the east shore of Sabaskong Bay of 
Lake of the Woods; thence westerly and south- 
westerly along the south shore of the said bay and 
along the east shore of the Lake of the Woods to 
where the same is intersected by the 49th degree 
parallel of north latitude; thence due west 15 miles, 
more or less, to the International Boundary between 
Canada and the United States of America; thence 
northerly and northwesterly along that boundary to 
the Interprovincial Boundary between Ontario and 
Manitoba; thence northerly along that boundary to 
the place of beginning. O. Reg. 460/76, Sched. C. 

Dennis Timbrell 

for Minister of Natural Resources 

Dated at Toronto, this 21st day of May, 1976. 



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23 



THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 461 /76. 

Restricted Areas — The Regional Muni- 
cipality of Ottawa-Carleton, Town- 
ship of Cumberland. 

Made— May 20th, 1976. 

Filed— May 21st, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 323/74 

MADE UNDER 

THE PLANNING ACT 

1. Section 1 of Ontario Regulation 323/74, 
as remade by subsection 1 of section 49 of 
Ontario Regulation 334/76, is amended by 
adding thereto the following clauses: 

[aa) "buffermg" means any space or ttalure 
between two conflicting uses designed to 
reduce or eliminate the adverse effects of 
one use on the other. 



{ca) "gross leaseable area" means the total 
amount of retail floor area that can be 
leased or rented and excludes pedestrian 
areas or areas of common maintenance 
such as internal walls, walkways and 
courts, exits and vertical service spaces. 



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2. The said Regulation is amended by adding 
thereto the following section : 

8. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 3 may be 
used for commercial uses provided adequate buffer- 
ing is provided between the commercial uses and all 
adjacent uses and the following requirements are 
met: 

Minimum front yard 1 20 feet 

Minimum side yard 120 feet 

Minimum rear yard 120 feet 

Maximum gross lease- 
able area of all build- 
ings and structures 100,000 square feet 

O Reg. 461 76. s. 2. 

3. The said Regulation is ftulher amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedule: 

Schedule 3 

That parcel of land in the Township of Cumber- 
land in The Regional Municipality of Ottawa- 
Carleton, being composed of part of Lot 37 and part 
of the West Commons West of Lot 37 in Con- 
cession I, Ottawa Front more particularly described 
as follows : 

Commencing at the point of intersection of the 
northerly limit of the old Montreal and Ottawa 
Highway, being that part of the King's Highway 
known as No. 17 with the westerly Umit of the 
West Commons West of the said Lot 37 ; 

Thence north 21° 01' west along the said westerly 
limit a distance of 150 feet to the place of beginning; 

Thence continuing north 21° 01' west a distance 
of 342.70 feet to the southwesterly angle of the 
land described in an Instrument registered in the 
Land Registry Office for the Registry Division of 
Russell (No. 50) as Number 19920; 

Thence north 68° 59' east a distance of 130 feet 
to the easterly limit of the land described in the 
said Instrument Number 19920; 

Thence north 21° 01' west a distance of 125 feet 
to the northerly limit of the land described in the 
said Instrument Number 19920 ; 

Thence south 68° 59' west a distance of 130 feet 
to the said westerly limit ; 

Thence north 21° 01' west a distance of 646.90 feet 
to the southerly limit of the former right-of-way 
of the Canadian Northern Ontario Railway Com- 
pany now owned by Ontario Hydro ; 



Thence north 61° 09' 30' east and following the 



said southerly limit of the lands owned by Ontario 
Hydro a distance of 1,026.07 feet to a point ; 

Thence south 21° 04' east along a post-wire fence a 
distance of 925 feet to a fence ; 



Thence south 47° 52' west 
to a point ; 



a distance of 297 feet 



Thence south 21° 04' east a distance of 150 feet 
to the southwesterly angle of the land described as 
"Secondly" in an Instrument registered in the 
said Land Registry Office as Number 18090; 

Thence south 52° 18' west a distance of 208.58 feet 
to a point being the southeasterly angle of the land 
described in an Instrument registered in the said 
Land Registry Office as Number 29522 ; 

Thence north 21° 01' west a distance of 150 feet 
to a point being the northeasterly angle of the 
land described in the said Instrument Number 
29522; 

Thence south 52° 18' west a distance of 564 feet 
to the place of banning. 

O. Reg. 461/76, s. 3. 

John R. Rhodes 
Minister of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 20th day of May, 1976. 

(8079) 23 

THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 462/76. 

Order made under Section 29a of 

The Planning Act. 
Made— May 20th, 1976. 
Filed— May 21st, 1976. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 
THE PLANNING ACT 

ORDER MADE UNDER SECTION 29a OF 
THE PLANNING ACT 

1. A contravention, before the 19th day of 
March, 1973, of section 29 of The Planning Act 
or a predecessor thereof or of a by-law passed 
under a predecessor of the said section or of an 
Order made under clause b of subsection 1 of sec- 
tion 27, as it existed on the 25th day of June, 1970, 
of The Planning Act, being chapter 2% of the 
Revised Statutes of Ontario, 1960, or a pre- 
decessor thereof does not have and shall be deemed 
never to have had the effect of preventing the 
conveyance or creation of any interest in the 
following parcel of land : 



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O. Reg. 464/76 



That parcel of land situate in the Township of 
West Nissouri in the County of Middlesex and 
being composed of part of the west half of Lot 15 
in Concession IV more particularly described as 
follows: 

Premising the southerly limit of the road allow- 
ance between Lots 15 and 16 in Concession IV to 
have an assumed bearing of north 67° east and 
relating all bearings herein thereto ; 

Beginning at the southwesterly angle of the said 
Lot 15; 

Thence northerly along the westerly limit of the 
said Lot to a point distant 210 feet southerly 
from the northwesterly angle thereof ; 

Thence easterly and parallel to the northerly limit 
of the said Lot a distance of 225 feet to a point ; 

Thence northerly and parallel to the westerly 
limit of the said Lot a distance of 200 feet to the 
southerly limit of the road allowance between 
Lots 15 and 16 as widened by Plan 261 ; 

Thence easterly along the said southerly limit to a 
point distant 632 feet along the said southerly 
limit from the westerly limit of the said Lot ; 

Thence south 21° 08' east a distance of 407 feet to a 
point; 

Thence north 67° east a distance of 215 feet to a 
point; 

Thence north 21° 08' west a distance of 407 feet 
to the said southerly limit ; 

Thence easterly along the said southerly limit to a 
point distant 497 feet westerly on the said south- 
erly limit from the line dividing the east and west 
halves of the said Lot 15 ; 

Thence southerly and parallel to the said line 
dividing the east and west halves of the said Lot 
a distance of 200 feet ; 

Thence easterly and parallel to the said southerly 
limit a distance of 497 feet to the line dividing 
the east and west halves of the said Lot ; 

Thence southerly along the said line to the south- 
erly limit of the said Lot ; 

Thence westerly along the said southerly limit to the 
place of beginning. O. Reg. 462/76, s. 1. 



John R. Rhodes 

Minister of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 20th day of May, 1976. 
(8080) 23 



THE FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING 
ACT 

O.Reg. 463/76. 

Beans — Marketing. 
Made— May 20th, 1976. 
Filed— May 21st, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 568/75 

MADE UNDER 

THE FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT 

1. Section 2 of Ontario Regulation 568/75 is 
revoked and the following substituted there- 
for: 

2. This Regulation comes into force on the 31st 
day of August, 1977. O. Reg. 463/76, s. 1. 

The Farm Products Marketing 
Board: 

g. burrell 
Chairman 

R. M. McKay 

Secretary 



Dated at Toronto, this 20th day of May, 1976. 



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THE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS ACT, 1972 

O. Reg. 464/76. 

Order of the Minister — Use of Voting 

Recorders. 
Made—May 19th, 1976. 
Filed— May 21st, 1976. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 
THE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS ACT, 1972 

In The Matter Of The Municipal Elections Act, 
1972, and 

In The Matter Of the conduct of the regular 
election in the cities of Ottawa, Sudbury and 
Vanier, the Borough of East York and the 
Village of Rockcliffe Park in the year 1976; and 

In The Matter Of the use at such regular election 
of voting recorders and the tabulation of votes by 
automatic tabulating equipment. 

ORDER 

Under the provisions of subsection 3 of section 40 
of The Municipal Elections Act, 1972, It Is 
Ordered That: 



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INTERPRETATION 

1. In this Order, 

(a) "automatic tabulating equipment" means 
apparatus that automatically examines 
and totals votes recorded on ballot cards 
and tabulates the results ; 

(b) "ballot card" means a pre-scored data 
processing card upon which all votes may 
be recorded ; 

(c) "ballot label" means the pages specially 
prepared for use with the voting recorder, 
printed with the names of the candidates 
for all offices to be elected and any 
questions or by-laws submitted to the 
electors for opinion or assent used in 
conjunction with ballot cards ; 

(d) "counting centre" means the location of 
the automatic tabulating equipment 
selected by the clerk ; 

{e) "operating system" means a set of computer 
programs supplied by the manufacturer 
that provides the interface between the 
user programs and the computer equip- 
ment; 

(/) "utility programs" means a set of com- 
puter programs supplied by the manu- 
facturer that allows frequently used data 
to be manipulated between input, output 
or storage devices and the main computer 
memory ; and 

(g) "voting recorder" means an apparatus in 
which ballot cards are used with a punch 
device for the piercing of ballot cards by 
the elector to record his or her vote, 
so that the ballot card may be tabulated 
by means of automatic tabulating equipx- 
ment. O. Reg. 464/76, s. 1. 

2. This Order applies to the regular election in 
the year 1976 in the cities of Ottawa, Sudbury and 
Vanier, the Borough of East York and the Village 
of RockcUffe Park. O. Reg. 464/76, s. 2. 

3. — (1) Except as otherwise provided in this 
Order, a regular election to which this Order applies 
shall be conducted in accordance with the Act. 

(2) The clerk may appoint such assistant election 
officials as he considers necessary for the purposes 
of this Order and may designate such titles to and 
duties for each of them as he considers appropriate. 

(3) Every assistant election official before entering 
upon his duties shall take and subscribe an oath 
in the same form as required to be taken and 
subscribed by election officers under subsection 7 
of section 4 of the Act. O. Reg. 464/76, s. 3. 



4. To maximize the use of voting recorders, the 
clerk may divide the municipality into polling sub- 
divisions containing more than 350 electors. O. Reg. 
464/76,s. 4. 

5. — (1) The clerk shall cause to be printed suffi- 
cient ballot labels for the number of voting recorders 
to be used at the election. 

(2) The names of candidates for an office shall be 
listed on one page of the ballot label, but, 

(a) where the number of candidates for any 
office exceeds the number that can be 
accommodated on one page of the ballot 
label, the names shall be arranged equally 
on two pages facing each other so that all 
candidates' names are visible to the voter; 
and 

(b) where the number of candidates for any 
office exceeds the number that can be 
accommodated on two pages, the names 
shall be divided equally among as many 
sets of double pages as are necessary to 
accommodate them, and instructions shall 
be printed on the ballot label to advise 
the voter that the ballot card continues on 
a succeeding page or pages. 

(3) Two or more by-laws or questions may be 
listed on the same page of the ballot label, as 
space f>ermits, but by-laws or questions and money 
by-laws shall not be listed on the same page. 

(4) Two types of ballot cards shall be prepared, 
one of which shall record the vote of public school 
electors and one of which shall record the vote of 
separate school electors and each type shall be in a 
different colour from the other, and such ballot cards 
may also be differentiated by the means of control 
punches in the area of the ballot cards provided for 
that purpose. 

(5) Directions for the guidance of the voters shall 
be varied to apply to the use of voting recorders 
instead of the use of ballot papers. O. Reg. 464/76, 

S.5. 

6. — (1) An elector presenting himself to vote 
shall first be offered a demonstration of the voting 
recorder and the method of voting thereon. 

(2) Upon receipt of a ballot card, the elector shall, 

(a) forthwith proceed into the voting com- 
partment ; 

(b) proceed to vote ; 

(c) insert the ballot card in the envelope 
provided ; 



(d) leave the compartment without delay ; 
and 



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(e) deliver the envelope containing the ballot 
card to the deputy returning officer. 

(3) The deputy returning officer shall, in the 
presence of the voter, and without removing the 
ballot card from the envelope, remove the exposed 
stub from the ballot card and deposit the ballot 
card and envelope in the ballot box, at which 
time the elector shall forthwith leave the polling 
place. 

(4) An elector who inadvertently spoils a ballot 
card is, upon returning it to the deputy returning 
officer, entitled to obtain another ballot card. 
O. Reg. 464/76, s. 6. 

7. Immediately after the closing of the poll and 
in the presence and full view of the persons entitled 
to be present, the deputy returning officer shall, 
with the assistance of the poll clerks, 

(a) place all the spoiled, declined and unused 
ballot cards in separate sealed envelopes ; 

(b) package the voting recorders for return 
in accordance with the instructions of the 
Returning Officer ; 

(c) count the number of electors whose names 
appear by the polling book to have voted 
and make an entry in the book on the line 
immediately below the name of the elector 
who voted last as follows: — "The number 
of electors who voted at this election in 
this polling place is (stating the number)" 
and sign his name thereto ; 

(d) open the ballot box and remove the ballot 
cards ; 

{e) remove the ballot cards from the envelopes ; 

(/) place the ballot cards in the container 
supplied for that purpose in full view of all 
persons authorized to be present and seal 
it; 

(g) make out a statement in duplicate of, 

(i) the number of ballot cards received 
from the clerk, 

(ii) the number of ballot cards removed 
from the ballot box for counting, 

(iii) the number of ballot cards unused, 

(iv) the number of ballot cards spoiled, 
and 

(v) the number of ballot cards declined ; 

(h) place the ballot cards and other material 
as required by the Act in the ballot 
transfer carrier provided by the clerk and 
lock and seal it ; and 



(i) personally deliver the sealed ballot transfer 
carrier to the location designated by the 
clerk. O.Reg. 464/76, s. 7. 

8. The clerk shall be responsible for making all 
arrangements to have the sealed ballot transfer 
carriers delivered to the counting centre. O. Reg. 
464/76, s. 8. 

9. — (1) Within seven days prior to polling day, 
the clerk shall have the automatic tabulating equip- 
ment tested to ascertain that it will accurately 
count the votes cast for all offices and all questions 
and by-laws. 

(2) Each time the testing of the automatic 
tabulating equipment is performed, no other appli- 
cations or program, except the operating system or 
utility program, shall be run on the system, and 
no remote device shall be capable of gaining access 
to the system. O. Reg. 464 /76, s. 9. 

10. — (1) The test shall be conducted by, 

(a) loading the programs into the automatic 
tabulating equipment ; 

(b) processing a pre-audited group of ballot 
cards on which are recorded a predeter- 
mined number of valid votes for each 
candidate and on each question or by- 
law, and shall include for each office one or 
more ballot cards which have votes in 
excess of the number allowed by law, and 
shall include for each office one or more 
ballot cards which have no votes recorded, 
and shall include for each office one or more 
ballot cards punched in invalid areas if 
such exist, in order to test the ability of 
the automatic tabulating equipment to 
reject such votes; 

(f) assigning a different number of valid 
votes to each candidate for each office and 
for and against each question or by-law; 
and 

(d) comparing the output of the processing 
against pre-audited results. 

(2) If the clerk detects any errors in the test 
referred to in subsection 1, the cause of the error 
shall be ascertained and corrected and the test 
repeated until an errorless count is made and 
certified to by the clerk. O. Reg. 464/76, s. 10. 

11. Within one hour prior to the commencement 
of the counting of the ballot cards, the clerk shall 
have the automatic tabulating equipment tested 
to ascertain that it will accurately count the votes 
cast for all offices and all questions and by-laws. 
O.Reg. 464/76, s. 11. 

12. The test referred to in subsection 1 of section 
9 shall be conducted in the manner prescribed in 
subsection 1 of section 10. O. Reg. 464/76, s. 12. 



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13. The automatic tabulating equipment shall 
pass the same test at the conclusion of the count 
before the election returns are approved as official. 
O.Reg. 464/76, s. 13. 

14. At the completion of the count, the programs, 
test materials and ballot cards shall be sealed and 
retained as provided for paper ballots in the Act. 
O. Reg. 464/76, s. 14. 



15. Back-up automatic tabulating equipment that 
is compatible to the mciin automatic tabulating 
equipment shall be available and the testing of the 
back-up automatic tabulating equipment shall be 
conducted in the same manner as provided in sub- 
section 1 of section 9, using the test procedures 
specified in subsection 1 of section 10 and the 
provisions of section 13 shall apply at the conclusion 
of the count. O. Reg. 464 /76, s. 15. 



16. — (1) All proceedings at the counting centre 
shall be under the direction of the clerk, or persons 
designated by him, and no persons except those 
authorized for the purpose shall touch any ballot 
card. 

(2) If any ballot card on which the intention of 
the voter is clearly indicated is damaged or 
defective so that it cannot properly be processed by 
the automatic tabulating equipment, a true duplicate 
copy shall be made, clearly labelled "duplicate" 
and bearing a serial number which shall also be 
recorded on the damaged or defective ballot card, 
and the duplicate copy shall then be substituted 
for the damaged ballot card, which will be placed 
in a sealed envelope by the clerk. 

(3) The clerk may report the progress of the count 
for each candidate during the actual counting after 
the polls are closed. 



(4) The return printed by the automatic tabu- 
lating equipment shall, when certified by the clerk, 
constitute the official return of the election. 

(5) If for any reason it become impracticable 
to count all or part of the ballot cards with the 
automatic tabulating equipment, the clerk may 
direct that the cards be counted manually, following 
as far as practicable the provisions of the Act 
governing the counting of paper ballots. 

(6) The clerk, 

(a) shall package and retain the pre-audited 
group of cards referred to in clause b of 
subsection 1 of section 10 and other 
materials used in the programming of the 
automatic tabulating equipment, but may 
have access to such cards and other 
materials ; 

(b) shall not alter or make changes to the 
materials referred to in clause a, but he may 
make copies of them and make changes to 
the copies ; and 

(c) may, within ninety days after the election 
in which the materials were used, dispose 
of the materials or not, as he sees fit. 

(7) If a recount of votes is ordered as provided 
by law, the ballot cards shall be recounted in the 
manner directed by the appropriate judicial author- 
ity. O. Reg. 464/76, s. 16. 

W. D. McKeough 

Treasurer of Ontario and 

Minister of Economics and 

Intergovernmental Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 19th day of May, 1976. 

(8082) 23 



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2487 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 



June 12th, 1976 



THE PROVINCIAL PARKS ACT 

O. Reg. 465/76. 

General. 

Made— May 19th, 1976. 

Filed— May 25th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 6% OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO. 1970 

MADE UNDER 

THE PROVINCIAL PARKS ACT 

1. — (1) Section 13 of Regulation 6% of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1970, as amended by 
section 5 of Ontario Regulation 172/72, 
section 3 of Ontario Regulation 395/73 and 
section 9 of Ontario Regulation 671 /74, is 
further amended by adding thereto the 
following subsections : 

{5a) Notwithstanding subsection 5, the number of 
boats entering Algonquin Provincial Park under the 
authority of an interior camping permit on any day 
from the last Friday in June until the first Sunday 
in September, both inclusive, in any year and on the 
Friday, Saturday and Sunday of the Victoria Day 
weekend in any year shall not exceed the number 
of boats set out opposite the access points named 
herein : 



Access Points 



Number 
OF Boats 



Grand Lake — Lake Traverse Road 75 

Aylen Lake 5 

Basin Lake Road 10 

Big Bissett Lake 5 

Brain Lake 10 

Brent 40 

Cache Lake 25 

Canisbay Lake 5 

Canoe Lake 125 

Whitney 10 

Hay Lake 10 

Hollow River 5 

Kawawaymog Lake also known as 

Round Lake 30 

Kingscote Lake 10 

Kiosk 25 

Opeongo Lake 180 

Rock Lake 40 

Magnetawan Lake 15 

North River 5 

Oxtongue River 10 



Pinetree Lake 5 

Rain Lake 15 

Sec Lake 10 

Shall Lake 50 

Smoke Lake 40 

Source Lake 15 

Sunday Creek 5 

Tim River 5 

Wendigo Lake 15 

{5b) Notwithstanding subsection 5, the number of 
persons camping overnight in Algonquin Provincial 
Park under the authority of an interior camping 
permit on any day from the last Friday in June 
luitil the first Sunday in September, both inclusive, 
in any year and on the Friday, Saturday and 
Sunday of the Victoria Day weekend in any year 
shall not exceed the number of persons set out 
opposite the access points named herein : 



Access Points 



Highland Hiking Trail 

Western Uplands Hiking Trail . 



Number 
OF Persons 

50 
80 



(5c) Notwithstanding subsection 5, the number of 
persons authorized to occupy a site under the 
authority of an interior camping permit or interior 
camping permits shall not exceed nine persons. 
O. Reg. 465/76,s. 1 {I), part. 



(10) Notwithstanding subsection 8, in Algonquin 
Provincial Park, 

(a) no person shall camp under the authority 
of an interior camping permit for more 
than twenty-eight consecutive days in a 
year ; and 

(6) no person shall camp under the authority 
of an interior camping permit for more 
than one night from the last Friday in 
June until the first Sunday in September, 
both inclusive, in any year and on the 
Friday, Saturday and Sunday of the Victoria 
Day weekend in any year on a site on Baby 
Joe Lake, Burnt Island Lake, Fawn Lake, 
Faya Lake, Little Doe Lake, Little Joe 
Lake, Little Otterslide Lake, Joe Lake, 
Opeongo Lake (South Arm only, including 
all islands in the narrows leading to the 
North Arm). Otterslide Lake, Provoking 
Lake, Tanamakoon Lake, Tepee Lake and 
Tom Thomson Lake. O. Reg. 465/76. 
s. 1 (1). part. 



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(2) Subsection 8 of the said section 13, as made 
by subsection 2 of section 5 of Ontario 
Regulation 172/72, is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted therefor : 

(8) No person shall camp under the authority 
of an interior camping permit on a site for more than 
sixteen consecutive days. O. Reg. 465/76, s. 1 (2). 

2. Clause c of subsection 2 of section 25 of the 
said Regulation, as remade by section 9 of 
Ontario Regulation 172/72, is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor : 

(c) in Algonquin Provincial Park at a place 
operated for the purpose by the superin- 
tendent at the Happy Isle Lake, Proulx 
Lake, Red Rock Lake and Wright Lake 
portages on Opeongo Lake ; 



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THE CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES 
ACT 

O. Reg. 466/76. 

Fill, Construction and Alteration to 

Waterways — Saugeen Valley. 
Made— April 8th, 1976. 
Approved — May 19th, 1976. 
Filed— May 25th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 113/76 

MADE UNDER 

THE CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES ACT 

1. Schedule 1 to Ontario Regulation 113/76 is 
revoked and the following substituted there- 
for: 

Schedule 1 

That part of the watershed of the Penetangore 
River extending easterly from Lake Huron and 
passing through the Town of Kincardine in the 
County of Bruce according to Registered Plan 
Number 61 as shown delineated by the fill line 
coloured red on a map filed in the Office of the 
Registrar of Regulations at Toronto as Number 
1996. O. Reg. 466/76, s. 1. 

Saugeen Valley Conservation Authority: 

Harold Wolfe 
Chairman 

Peter L. M. Heard 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Dated at Hanover, this 8th day of April, 1976. 
(8097) 24 



THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 467/76. 

Restricted Areas — County of Haldi- 
mand (now The Regional Munici- 
pality of Haldimand-Norfolk), 
Township of Rainham (now Town 
of Haldimand). 

Made— May 21st, 1976. 

Filed— May 26th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 282/73 

MADE UNDER 

THE PLANNING ACT 

1. Section 21 of Ontario Regulation 282/73, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
180/75, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor : 

21. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the lands described in Schedules 8 and 9 
may each be used for the erection and use thereon 
of one single-family dwelling and buildings and 
structures accessory thereto provided the provisions 
of section 9 and the following requirements are 
met; 

Minimum front yard 75 feet 



Minimum side yard 



10 feet on one side and 
4 feet on the other side 



Minimum rear yard 25 feet 

Maximum lot coverage 

of dwelling 12 per cent 

Maximum height of 



dwelling 



two and one-half storeys 
O. Reg. 467/76, s. 1. 



2. The said Regulation is amended by adding 
thereto the following Schedules: 

Schedule 8 

That parcel of land situate in the Town of 
Haldimand in The Regional Municipality of Haldi- 
mand-Norfolk, formerly in the Township of Rain- 
ham in the County of Haldimand, being that part 
of Lot 1 in Concession I more particularly described 
as follows : 

Premising the bearing of the westerly limit of the 
said Lot 1 to be north 15° 40' west and relating 
all bearings herein thereto ; 

Beginning at a place in the westerly limit of the 
said Lot 1 distant 1,950.56 feet from the north- 
westerly angle of the said Lot ; 



846 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 469/76 2489 



Thence south 15° 40' east along the westerly limit 
of the said Lot 125 feet to an iron bar planted ; 

Thence north 78° 23' 20* east 250 feet to an iron 
bar planted ; 

Thence north 15" 40' west 125 feet; 

Thence south 78° 23' 30' west 250 feet to the place 
of beginning. O. Reg. 467 /76, s. 2, part. 



Schedule 9 

That parcel of land situate in the Town of 
Haldimand in The Regional Municipality of Haldi- 
mand-Norfolk, formerly in the Township of Rainham 
in the County of Haldimand, being that part of Lot 
1 in Concession 1 more particularly described as 
follows : 



Commencing at a point in the southerly limit of 
Block B north of Kent Street and east of Erie Street 
according to a Plan of the Village of Selkirk registered 
in the Land Registry Ofl&ce for the Registry Division 
of Haldimand (No. 18) as Number 149 which point 
is 330 feet measured on a course of north 78° 30' 
east along the said southerly limit from the south- 
westerly angle of the said Block B ; 

Thence south 15° 35' 30' east to a point in the 
southerly limit of Kent Street which point is the 
place of beginning of the herein described parcel ; 

Thence continuing south 15° 35' 30' east a distance 
of 317.46 feet to a point ; 

Thence north 78° 30' east a distance of 144.04 feet 
to a point ; 

Thence north 15° 35' 30' west a distance of 317.46 
feet to the southerly limit of Kent Street ; 

Thence south 78° 30' west a distance of 144.04 feet 
to the place of beginning. O. Reg. 467/76, s. 2, 
part. 



G. M. Farrow 

Executive Director, 

Plans Administration Division, 

Ministry of Housing 



Dated at Toronto, this 21st day of May, 1976. 



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24 



THE PLANNING ACT 

O.Reg. 468/76. 

Restricted Areas — County of Norfolk 
(now The Regional Municipality of 
Haldimand-Norfolk) Township of 
South Walsingham (now Township 
of Norfolk). 

Made— May 21st, 1976. 

Filed— May 26th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 289/73 

MADE UNDER 

THE PLANNING ACT 

1. Section 41 of Ontario Regulation 289/73, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
79/76, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor : 

4L Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the lands described in Schedules 15, 21, 23, 
24 and 25 may each be used for the erection and 
use thereon of one single-family dweUing and build- 
ings and structures accessory thereto. O. Reg. 
468/76,5.1. 

2. The said Regulation is amended by adding 
thereto the following Schedule : 

Schedule 25 

That parcel of land situate in the Township of 
Norfolk in The Regional Municipality of Haldimand- 
Norfolk, formerly in the Township of South Walsing- 
ham in the County of Norfolk, being that part of 
Lot 14 in Concession A more particularly described 
as Part 1 on a Plan deposited in the Land Registry 
Office for the Registry Division of Norfolk (No. 37) 
as Number 37R-590. O. Reg. 468/76, s. 2. 

G. M. Farrow 

Executive Director, 

Plans Administration Division, 

Ministry of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 21st day of May, 1976. 

(8105) 24 



THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 469/76. 

Restricted Areas — District of Timiskaming. 
Made— May 21st, 1976. 
Filed— May 26th, 1976. 



847 



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O. Reg. 471/76 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 671 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 

MADE UNDER 

THE PLANNING ACT 



1970 



1. Regulation 671 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1970 is amended by adding thereto 
the following section : 

11. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land in the Township of Marquis in the 
Territorial District of Timiskaming, being that 
part of Lot 1 in Concession VI designated as Parcel 
13139 in the Land Registry Office for the Land 
Titles Division of Timiskaming may be used 
for the erection and use thereon of one single-family 
dwelling and buildings and structures accessory 
thereto. O. Reg. 469/76, s. 1. 

G. M. Farrow 

Executive Director, 

Plans Administration Division, 

Ministry of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 21st day of May, 1976. 

(8106) 24 



THE FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT 

O.Reg. 470/76. 

'Eggs — Plan. 

Made— May 19th, 1976. 

Filed— May 26th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 593/72 

MADE UNDER 

THE FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT 

1. Sections 11 and 12 of the Schedule to Ontario 
Regulation 593 /72, as remade by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 32 /76, are revoked and 
the following substituted therefor: 

11.— (1) On or before the 18th day of June, 1976 
and on or before the 1st day of April in the year 
1977 and in every year thereafter, the members of 
each District Egg Producers' Committee shall elect 
from among themselves one person to be a member 
of the local board for the district. 

(2) Members of the local board hold office from, 

(a) in the year 1976, the 18th day of Juno; 
and 

(b) in the year 1977 and thereafter, the 1st day 
of April. 



(3) The terms of office of members of the local 
board expire on the 31st day of March of the year 
following the year in which they were elected. 

12. — (1) Where the producers in any district fail 
to elect representatives to the District Egg Producers' 
Committee in accordance with section 10, the local 
board may, at its first meeting after the date for 
commencement of the terms of office of members of 
District Egg Producers' Committees, appoint such 
eligible producers as are necessary to complete any 
District Egg Producers' Committee. 

(2) Where the members of a District Egg Producers' 
Committee fail to elect a member to the local board in 
accordance with the provisions of section 11, the 
members of the local board shall, at its first meeting 
after the date for commencement of terms of office of 
members of the local board, appoint such eligible 
producers as are necessary to complete the local 
board. 

(3) When a member elected or appointed to the 
local board dies or resigns before his term has 
expired, the members of the local board may appoint 
an eligible producer as member for the unexpired 
term. 

(4) Where the members of the local board fail to 
appoint a person under subsection 2 or 3, 

(a) at the meeting referred to in subsection 2 ; 
or 

(b) within seven days of the death or resignation, 

as the case may be, the Board may appoint a 
person for the unexpired term. 

2. The terms of office of those persons appointed 
under section 11 of the Schedule to the said 
Regulation as it was prior to the coming into 
force of this Regulation are continued and 
expire on the 17th day of June, 1976. 



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24 



THE EDUCATION ACT, 1974 

O.Reg. 471/76. 

District Combined Separate School 

Zones. 
Made^May 19th, 1976. 
Filed— May 26th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 798 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 

MADE UNDER 

THE EDUCATION ACT, 1974 



1970 



1. Paragraph 1 of Schedule 14 to Regulation 798 
of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1970, as 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 472/76 2491 



remade by section 4 of Ontario Regulation 
249/73, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor : 

1. In the Territorial District of Timiskaming, 
being the towns of Chariton, Englehart and Kirk- 
land Lake, the improvement districts of Gauthier 
and Matachewan, the townships of Chamberlain, 
Larder Lake and McGarry and the geographic 
townships of Boston, Grenfell, Lebel, Maisonville 
and Otto. 



(8108) 



24 



THE FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 

O. Reg. 472/76. 

Restricted Fire Zones. 
Made— May 27th, 1976. 
Filed— May 27th, 1976. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 
THE FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 

RESTRICTED FIRE ZONES 

1. The parts of the North Central Fire Region 
described in Schedules A, B and C hereto are 
declared to be Restricted Fire Zones from the 27th 
day of May to the 31st day of May, both inclusive, 
m the year 1976. O. Reg. 472/76, s. 1. 

Schedule A 

In the territorial districts of Thunder Bay, 
Algoma, Cochrane, Kenora, Patricia Portion and 
described as follows : 

Beginning at the northwesterly corner of the 
Geographic Township of Gzowski; thence easterly 
along the northerly boundary of the last mentioned 
geographic township to the northeasterly comer 
thereof ; thence southerly along the easterly boundary 
of the Geographic townships of Gzowski and 
Oboshkegan to the southeasterly comer of the 
last mentioned geographic township; thence south- 
erly in a straight line to the northeasterly comer 
of the Geographic Township of Lapierre; thence 
southerly along the easterly boundary of the 
geographic townships of Lapierre and Legault to the 
southeasterly corner of the last mentioned geo- 
graphic township; thence south astronomically 
27.2 miles; thence east astronomically 36.8 miles; 
thence north astronomically 16.4 miles, more or 
less, to latitude 49° 30' ; thence easterly along 
latitude 49° 30' a distance of 8.5 miles, more or 
less, to the meridian line surveyed by Phillips 
and Benner, Ontario Land Surveyors, in 1950; 
thence northerly along that meridian line 5.5 miles, 
more or less, to a line drawn west astronomically 
from the northeasterly corner of the Geographic 
Township of Frances; thence east astronomically 



to the northwesterly comer of the Geographic 
Township of Frances; thence easterly along the 
northerly boundary of the last mentioned geo- 
graphic township to the northeasterly corner thereof ; 
thence northerly along the easterly boundary 
of the Geographic Township of Downer to the 
northeasterly comer thereof; thence westerly along 
the northerly boundary of the last mentioned 
geographic township to the southeasterly comer 
of the Geographic Township of Clavet ; thence 
northerly along the easterly boundary of the 
geographic townships of Clavet, Boyce and Bicknell 
to the northeasterly corner of the last mentioned 
geographic township; thence westerly along the 
northerly boundary of the last mentioned geo- 
graphic township to the northwesterly comer 
thereof; thence northerly along the northerly pro- 
duction of the westerly boundary of the Geo- 
graphic Township of Bicknell to the intersection 
with latitude 54° GO' ; thence westerly along latitude 
54° 00' to longitude 89° 00' ; thence southerly along 
longitude 89° 00' to the northerly boundary of 
Wunnumum Lake Indian Reserve No. 86; thence 
easterly along that northerly boundary to the 
easterly boundary of that Indian Reserve; thence 
southerly along that boundary to the southerly 
boundary of that Indian Reserve; thence westerly 
along that southerly boundary to longitude 89° 00' ; 
thence southerly along that longitude to latitude 
51° 00'; thence easterly along latitude 51° 00' to the 
northerly production of the westerly boundary of 
the Geographic Township of Gzowski; thence 
southerly along that production to the place of 
beginning. O. Reg. 472 /76, Sched. A. 

Schedule B 

In the Territorial District of Thunder Bay and 
described as follows : 

Beginning at the northwesterly comer of the 
Geographic Township of Stirling; thence easterly 
along the northerly boundary of the last mentioned 
geographic township to the southeasterly corner 
of the Geographic Township of McMaster; thence 
northerly along the easterly boundary of the last 
mentioned geographic township to the northeasterly 
comer thereof; thence westerly along the northerly 
boundary of the Geographic Township of McMaster 
to the northwesterly comer thereof; thence westerly 
along the base line surveyed by Phillips and 
Benner, Ontario Land Surveyors, in 1918, to 
longitude 89° 00' ; thence northerly along longitude 
89° 00' to latitude 49° 30' ; thence westerly along 
latitude 49° 30' a distance of 8 miles; thence north 
astronomically to the intersection with the easterly 
production of the base line surveyed by K. G. Ross, 
Ontario Land Surveyor, in 1922; thence westerly 
along that production and that base hue to mile 
post 24; thence northerly along the meridian 
surveyed by K. G. Ross, Ontario Land Surveyor, 
in 1922, to the base Hne surveyed by K. G. Ross, 
Ontario Land Surveyor, in 1923; thence westerly 
along that base line to longitude 90° 00'; thence 
northerly along longitude 90° 00' to latitude 51° 00'; 



849 



2492 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 472/76 



thence easterly along latitude 51° 00' to the northerly 
production of the westerly boundary of the Geo- 
graphic Township of Gzowski; thence southerly 
along that production to the northwesterly corner 
of the Geographic Township of Gzowski; thence 
easterly along the northerly boundary of the last 
mentioned geographic township to the northeasterly 
corner thereof; thence southerly along the easterly 
boundary of the geographic townships of Gzowski 
and Oboshkegan to the southeasterly corner of the 
last mentioned geographic township; thence south- 
erly in a straight line to the northeasterly corner 
of the Geographic Township of Lapierre; thence 
southerly along the easterly boundary of the 
geographic townships of Lapierre and Legault to the 
southeasterly corner of the last mentioned geo- 
graphic township thence south astronomically 27.2 
miles; thence south 55° 45' west 15.8 miles to the 
base line surveyed by Phillips and Benner, Ontario 
Land Surveyors, in 1916; thence westerly along 
that base line to the easterly bank of the west 
branch of the Gravel River; thence southerly and 
southwesterly following the easterly bank of the 
west branch of the Gravel River and the main 
branch of the Grave! River to the confluence with 
the high-water mark of Nipigon Bay; thence in a 
southwesterly and southeasterly direction following 
the high-water mark of Nipigon Bay to the southerly 
extremity of Rainboth Point ; thence southerly in a 
straight line to the centre of Nipigon Bay; thence 
southerly to and along the centre line of Moffat 
Strait to the most westerly extremity of Simpson 
Island; thence south astronomically to the Inter- 
national Boundary between Canada and the United 
States of America; thence southeasterly, north- 
easterly and southwesterly along that boundary to 
longitude 88° 30' ; thence northerly along that 
longitude to a line drawn east astronomically 
from the most southerly extremity of Magnet 
Point ; thence west astronomically to the high-water 
mark of Magnet Channel on Magnet Point; thence 
in a northerly, northeasterly and northwesterly 
direction following the high-water mark of Magnet 
Channel and Black Bay to the southerly boundary 
of the Geographic Township of Stirling; thence 
westerly along that southerly boundary to the 
southwesterly corner of the last mentioned geo- 
graphic township; thence northerly along the 
westerly boundary of the Geographic Township of 
Stirling to the place of beginning. O. Reg. 472 /76, 
Sched. B. 



Schedule C 

In the territorial districts of Thunder Bay and 
Algoma and described as follows : 

Beginning at the southeasterly corner of the 
Geographic Township of Foote; thence westerly 
along the southerly boundary of the last mentioned 
geographic township to the intersection with the 
height of land defining the easterly boundary of the 
Black River Watershed; thence in a southwesterly 



direction along that height of land to the southerly 
limit of the right-of-way of that part of the King's 
Highway known as No. 17; thence westerly along 
that southerly limit to the westerly limit of White 
Lake Provincial Park; thence southerly along that 
westerly limit to the northerly limit of the right- 
of-way of the Canadian National Railway; thence 
westerly along that limit to the height of land 
defining the easterly boundary of the Black River 
Watershed ; thence in a southwesterly and westerly 
direction following the height of land defining the 
easterly and southerly boundaries of the Black 
River Watershed to the easterly boundary of the 
Geographic Township of Lecours; thence southerly 
along that easterly boundary to the southeasterly 
corner of the Geographic Township of Lecours; 
thence westerly along the southerly boundary of 
the last mentioned geographic township to longitude 
86° 00' ; thence southerly along that longitude to the 
easterly production of the southerly boundary of 
the Geographic Township of Pic; thence westerly 
along that production and the southerly boundary 
of the Geographic Township of Pic to the high-water 
mark of Lake Superior ; thence south astronomically 
to the International Boundary between Canada and 
the United States of America ; thence northwesterly 
along that boundary to a line drawn south 
astronomically from the most westerly extremity of 
Simpson Island; thence northerly to and along the 
centre line of Moffat Strait and its northerly 
production to the centre line of Nipigon Bay; 
thence northerly in a straight line to the high- 
water mark along the southerly extremity of 
Rainboth Point; thence northwesterly, northerly 
and northeasterly along the high-water mark of 
Nipigon Bay to the easterly bank of Gravel River; 
thence easterly and northerly along the easterly 
bank of the Gravel River and the west branch of the 
Gravel River to the base line surveyed by Phillips 
and Benner, Ontario Land Surveyors, in 1916; 
thence easterly along that base line to mile post 22 ; 
thence north 55° 45' east astronomically 15.8 miles, 
more or less, to a line drawn south astronomically 
from the southwesterly corner of the Geographic 
Township of Vivian; thence east astronomically 
36.8 miles; thence north astronomically 16.4 miles, 
more or less, to latitude 49° 30' ; thence easterly 
along latitude 49° 30' a distance of 8.5 miles, more 
or less, to the meridian line surveyed by Phillips 
and Benner, Ontario Land Surveyors, in 1950; 
thence northerly along that meridian line 5.5 miles, 
more or less, to a line drawn west astronomically 
from the northwesterly corner of the Geographic 
Township of Frances; thence east astronomically 
to the northwesterly corner of the Geographic 
Township of Frances; thence easterly along the 
northerly boundary of the last mentioned geographic 
township to the northeasterly corner thereof; 
thence southerly along the easterly boundary of 
the geographic townships of Frances and Flanders 
to the southeasterly corner of the last mentioned 
geographic township; thence westerly along the 
southerly boundary of the Geographic Township of 
Flanders to the southwesterly corner thereof ; thence 
southerly along the westerly boundary of the 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 473/76 2493 



geographic townships of Foch and Drew to the 
place of beginning. O. Reg. 472 /76, Sched. C. 

Leo Bernier 
Minister of Natural Resources 

Dated at Toronto this 27th day of May, 1976. 

(8109) 24 



THE FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 

O. Reg. 473/76. 

Restricted Fire Zones. 
Made— May 27th, 1976. 
Filed— May 27th, 1976. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 
THE FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 

RESTRICTED FIRE ZONES 

1. The parts of the North Central Fire Region 
described in Schedules A and B hereto are declared 
to be Restricted Fire 2k)nes from the 28th day of 
May to the 31st day of May, both inclusive, in the 
year 1976. O. Reg. 473/76, s. 1. 

Schedule A 

In the Territorial District of Thunder Bay and 
described as follows: 

Beginning at the northwesterly comer of the Geo- 
graphic Township of Stirhng; thence easterly along 
the northerly boundary of the last mentioned 
geographic township to the southeasterly comer of 
the Geographic Township of McMaster; thence 
northerly along the easterly boundary of the last 
mentioned geographic township to the northeast- 
erly corner thereof; thence westerly along the north- 
erly boundary of the Geographic Township of 
McMaster to the northwesterly corner thereof; 
thence westerly along the base hne surveyed by 
Phillips and Benner, Ontario Land Surveyors, in 
1918, to longitude 89° 00'; thence northerly along 
longitude 89° 00' to latitude 49° 30' ; thence westerly 
along latitude 49° 30' a distance of 8 miles ; thence 
north astronomically to the intersection with the 
easterly production of the base hne surveyed by 
K. G. Ross, Ontario Land Surveyor, in 1922; thence 
westerly along that production and that base line 
to mile post 24 ; thence northerly along the meridian 
surveyed by K. G. Ross, Ontario Land Surveyor, 
in 1922, to the base hne surveyed by K. G. Ross, 
Ontario Land Surveyor, in 1923; thence westerly 
along that base hne to longitude 90° 00'; thence 
southerly along that longitude to latitude 50° 00' ; 
thence westerly along that latitude to the meridian 
surveyed by K. G. Ross, Ontario Land Surveyor, 



in 1921 ; thence southwesterly in a straight hne to 
the intersection of the base hne run by Phillips and 
Benner, Ontario Land Surveyors, in 1931, with the 
northerly production of the easterly boundary of 
G.T.P. Block No. 6; thence southerly along that 
northerly production and the easterly boundary of 
that block to the southeasterly comer thereof; 
thence westerly along the southerly boundary of that 
block to the southwesterly comer thereof; thence 
southerly in a straight line to the northeasterly 
comer of the Geographic Township of Chartrand; 
thence southerly along the easterly boundary of the 
geographic townships of Chartrand and Corman 
to the southeasterly comer of the last mentioned 
geographic township; thence southerly along the 
westerly boundary of the District of Thunder Bay 
to the International Boundary between Canada 
and the United States of America in Saganaga 
Lake; thence in a southeasterly, northeasterly and 
southeasterly direction following that international 
boundary to longitude 88° 30' ; thence northerly 
along that longitude to a line drawn east astrono- 
mically from the most southerly extremity of 
Magnet Point ; thence west astronomically to the 
high-water mark of Magnet Channel on Magnet 
Point; thence in a northerly, northeasterly and 
northwesterly direction following the high-water 
mark of Magnet Channel and Black Bay to the 
southerly boundary of the Geographic Township of 
Stirling; thence westerly along that southerly 
boundary to the southwesterly comer of the last 
mentioned geographic township; thence northerly 
along the westerly boundary of the Geographic 
Township of Stirhng to the place of beginning. 
O. Reg. 473/76, Sched. A. 

Schedule B 

In the territorial districts of Kenora and Rainy 
River and described as follows : 

Beginning at the southwesterly comer of the 
Geographic Township of Grummett in the Terri- 
torial District of Kenora; thence easterly along the 
southerly boundary of the geographic townships of 
Grummett, Cathcart, McNevin and Corman to the 
westerly boundary of the Territorial District of 
Thunder Bay ; thence southerly along that boundary 
to the intersection with the International Boundary 
between Canada and the United States of America 
in Saganaga Lake; thence in a southwesterly, 
northwesterly, southwesterly and northwesterly 
direction following that international boundary to 
longitude 92° 30' ; thence northerly along that 
longitude to the high-water mark along the south- 
erly bank of the Seine River; thence easterly 
along that high-water mark to the southerly 
boundary of Indian Reserve 23A; thence easterly 
and northerly along that boundary to the high- 
water mark along the southerly bank of the 
Seine River; thence easterly along that high-water 
mark to the southerly limit of the right of way 
of that part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 1 1 ; thence easterly along that right of way 
to the southerly production of the easterly boimd- 



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O. Reg. 474/76 



ary of the Geographic Township of Bennett in the 
Territorial District of Rainy River; thence north- 
erly along that southerly production and the 
easterly boundary of that geographic township and 
the northerly production of the easterly boundary 
of the Geographic Township of Bennett to the 
third base line; thence westerly along that base 
line to the fifth meridian line; thence northerly 
along the fifth meridian line 12 miles, more or less, 
to a point in a line drawn west astronomically 



from the southwesterly corner of the Township of 
Grummett in the Territorial District of Kenora; 
thence east astronomically to the place of beginning. 
O. Reg. 473/76, Sched. B. 

Leo Bernier 

Minister of Natural Resources 

Dated at Toronto, this 27th day of May, 1976. 
(8110) 24 



THE MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS ACT 

O. Reg. 474/76. 

Tax Arrears and Tax Sale Procedures. 
Made— May 27th, 1976. 
Filed— May 28th, 1976. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS ACT 

. TAX ARREARS AND TAX SALE PROCEDURES 

1. The tax arrears procedure of the Act shall apply and the tax sale procedures of The Municipal 
Act and The Education Act, 1974 shall not apply to, 

(a) the local municipalities in Schedule 1 ; 

(b) the local municipalities in Schedule 2 ; 

(c) the area municipalities in Schedule 3 ; 

(d) all school boards except separate school boards in an unorganized township or unsurveyed 
territory within the territorial districts in Schedule 4 ; and 



(e) a school board listed in Column 2 of Schedule 5 having jurisdiction in territory without municipal 
organization within the territorial district set opposite thereto in Column 1 of Schedule 5. 
O.Reg. 474/76,5.1. 



Schedule 1 





Column 1 


Column 2 


Item 


County 


Local Municipalities , 


1. 

2. 
3. 
4. 


Brant 
Bruce 
Dufferin 
Elgin 


Township of Oakland 

All 

All 

All 



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2495 





Column 1 


Column 2 


Item 


County 


Local Municipalities 


5. 


Essex 


Town of Amherstburg 
Town of Kingsville 
Village of St. Clair Beach 
Township of Anderdon 
Township of Colchester South 
Township of Colchester North 
Township of Gosfield South 
Township of Gosfield North 
Township of Maiden 
Township of Mersea 
Township of Pelee 
Township of Rochester 
Township of Tilbury North 
Township of Tilbury West 


6. 


Grey 


Town of Durham 
Town of Hanover 
Town of Meaford 
Town of Thombury 
Village of Dundalk 
Village of Markdale 
Township of Artemesia 
Township of Bentinck 
Township of CoUingwood 
Township of Derby 
Township of Egremont 
Township of Euphrasia 
Township of Holland 
Township of Keppel 
Township of Normanby 
Township of Osprey 
Township of St. Vincent 
Township of Sarawak 
Township of Sullivan 
Township of Sydenham 


7. 


Provisional County of 






Hahburton 


All 


8. 


Hastings 


Village of Deloro 
Village of Frankford 
Township of Thurlow 


9. 


Huron 


Town of Exeter 
Village of Bayfield 
Township of Colbome 


10. 


Kent 


Town of Bothwell 
Town of Tilbury 
Town of Wallaceburg 
Village of Wheat ley 


11 


Lambton 


Town of Forest 
Town of Petrolia 
Village of Grand Bend 
Township of Bosanquet 
Township of Moore 
Township of Samia 



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Column 1 


Column 2 


Item 


County 


Local Municipalities 


12. 


Lanark 


All 


13. 


Leeds and Grenville 


All 


14. 


Lennox and Addington 


Town of Napanee 

Village of Bath 

Township of Adolphustown 

Township of Denbigh, Abinger and Ashby 

Township of Fredericksburgh South 

Township of Kaladar, Anglesea and Effingham 

Township of Richmond 


15. 


Middlesex 


City of London 
Town of Parkhill 
Town of Strathroy 
Village of Glencoe 
Township of Caradoc 
Township of Ekfrid 
Township of London 
Township of McGilhvray 
Township of Metcalfe 
Township of Mosa 
Township of Westminster 


16. 


N orthumberland 


All 


17. 


Oxford 


All 


18. 


Peterborough 


Village of Havelock 

Village of Lakefield 

Village of Millbrook 

Village of Norwood 

Township of Belmont and Methuen 

Township of Douro 

Township of Cavan 

Township of Galway and Cavendish 

Township of Smith 

Township of South Monaghan 


19. 


Prescott and Russell 


All 


20. 


Renfrew 


Town of Deep River 
Town of Renfrew 


21. 


Simcoe 


City of Orillia 
Town of Alliston 
Town of Bradford 
Town of Stayner 
Town of Wasaga Beach 
Village of Beeton 
Village of Cookstown 
Village of Creemore 
Village of Tottenham 
Township of Adjala 
Township of Essa 
Township of Innisfil 
Township of Matchedash 
Township of Medonte 



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2497 





Column 1 


Column 2 


Item 


County 


Local Municipalities 






Township of Rama 






Township of Sunnidale 






Township of Tecumseth 






Township of Tosorontio 






Township of West Gwillimbury 






Township of Vespra 


11. 


Stormont, Dundas and 






Glengarry 


All 


13. 


Victoria 


All 


24. 


Wellington 


All — except the City of Guelph 



O. Reg. 474/76, Sched. 1. 



Schedule 2 





Column 1 


Column 2 


Item 


Territorial Districts 


Local Mimicipalities 


1. 

2. 
3. 

4. 
5. 


Algoma 

Cochrane 
Kenora 

Manitoulin 
Nipissing 


Village of Hilton Beach 

Township of Iron Bridge 

Township of Elliot Lake 

Township of Hilton 

Township of Johnson 

Township of Laird 

Township of MacDonald, Meredith and Aberdeen Additional 

Township of Michipicoten 

Township of St. Joseph 

Township of Tarbutt and Tarbutt Additional 

Township of Thompson 

Township of Wicksteed 

AU 

Town of Keewatin 
Town of Kenora 
Township of Ignace 
Township of Red Lake 

Town of Gore Bay 

ToMoiship of Assiginack 

Township of Billings 

Township of Burpee 

Township of Carnarvon 

Township of Cockbum Island 

Township of Gordon 

Township of Rutherford and George Island 

Township of Sandfield 

Township of Tehkummah 

AU 



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Column 1 


Column 2 


Item 


Territorial Districts 


Local Municipalities 


6. 


Parry Sound 


All 


7. 


Rainy River 


All 


8. 


Sudbury 


All 


9. 


Thunder Bay 


City of Thunder Bay 
Municipality of Neebing 
Municipality of Shuniah 
Town of Geraldton 
Township of Conmee 
Township of Gillies 
Township of O'Connor 
Township of Paigoonge 
Township of Schreiber 
Township of Terrace Bay 


10. 


Timiskaming 


All 



O. Reg. 474/76. Sched. 2. 



Schedule 3 





Column 1 


Column 2 


Item 


District, MetropoHtan or 
Regional Municipality 


Area Municipalities 


1. 

2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 


Metropolitan Toronto 

Durham 

Haldimand-Norfolk 

Halton 

Hamilton- Wentworth 

Muskoka 

Niagara 

Ottawa-Carleton 

Peel 

Sudbury 

Waterloo 

York 


All except City of Toronto 

All 

All 

All 

All 

All 

All 

All 

All 

All 

All 

All 



O. Reg. 474/76, Sched. 3. 



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Schedule 4 



2499 



Item 


The Territorial Districts of : 


1. 


Cochrane 


2 


Nipissing 


3 


Parry Sound 


4. 


Rainy River 


5. 


Sudbury 




Timiskaming 



O. R^. 474/76. Sched. 4. 



Schedule 5 



Itim 
1 

2. 
3. 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Territorial Districts 


School Board 


Algoma 
Kenora 
Thunder Bay 


North Shore Board of Education 
Sault Ste. Marie Board of Education 

Dryden Board of Education 
Kenora Board of Education 

Geraldton Board of Education 
Lakehead Board of Education 
Lake Superior Board of Education 
Xipigon-Red Rock Board of Education 



O. Reg. 474/76, Sched. 5. 

2. Ontario Regulations 804/73, 206/74, 542/74, 8/75, 603/75, 188/76 and 311/76 are revoked. 

W. Darcy McKeough 

Treasurer of Ontario and 

Minister of Economics and 

Intergovernmental Affairs 



Dated at Toronto, this 27th day of May, 1976. 
(8115) 



24 



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THE PLANNING ACT 

O.Reg. 475/76. 

Delegation of Authority of Minister under 

Section 446 of The Planning Act. 
Made— May 19th, 1976. 
Filed— May 28th, 1976. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 
THE PLANNING ACT 

DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY OF 

MINISTER UNDER SECTION 446 OF 

THE PLANNING ACT 

1. Subject to sections 2 and 3, all authority of 
the Minister under subsection 5 of section 29 and 
under section 33 of the Act in respect of land 
situate in The District Municipality of Muskoka 
is hereby delegated to the council of The District 
Municipahty of Muskoka. O. Reg. 475/76, s. 1. 



2. The delegation made in section 1 does not 
apply in respect of, 

(a) any application for approval under sub- 
section 5 of section 29 or subsection 1 of 
section 33 of the Act received by the 
Minister prior to the day this Order comes 
into force ; or 

(b) any matter referred to in subsections 9, 
12a, 14, 15 and 16 of section 33 of the 
Act unless any such matter relates to lands 
that are within a draft plan approved by 
the council under subsection 12. O. Reg. 
475/76, s. 2. 



3. The council, in exercising the authority 
delegated by section 1 in respect of section 33 
of the Act, shall comply with the following 
conditions, provided however that failure to com- 
ply with one or more of such conditions does not of 
itself terminate the delegation of authority; 

1. The council shall adopt an application 
form that is approved by the Ministry of 
Housing for the receipt of applications 
under subsection 1 of section 33 of the 
Act. 

2. The council shall assign to each applica- 
tion received under subsection 1 of sec- 
tion 33 of the Act a file number con- 
sisting of the figures "44", the letter "T", 
the last two figures of the year in which 
the application is received and a number 
corresponding to the order in which the 
application is received commencing with 
"501", and a new series of numbers shall 
be commenced each year. 



3. The council shall send to the Subdivisions 
Branch, Ministry of Housing, one copy of 
each application received by the council 
under subsection 1 of section 33 of the 
Act and four copies of the draft plan that 
is the subject of the application, and such 
copies shall be sent not later than ten 
days after the receipt of the application. 

4. If the council decides not to confer, as 
referred to in subsection 3 of section 33 of 
the Act, in respect of an application 
received under subsection 1 of the said 
section 33, the council shall, in writing, 
so advise the Subdivisions Branch of the 
Ministry of Housing and the clerk of the 
area municipality in which the land that is 
the subject of the application is situate, 
giving the reason or reasons why the 
council has decided not to confer on the 
application. 

5. If the council decides to confer as referred 
to in subsection 3 of section 33 of the Act 
in respect of an application received 
under subsection 1 of the said section 33, 
council shall send to the Subdivisions 
Branch of the Ministry of Housing a list 
of the officials, commissions, authorities 
or other persons conferred with or to be 
conferred with on the application and shall 
send a copy of the application and of the 
draft plan to which it relates to the 
clerk of the area municipahty in which 
the land that is the subject of the 
application is situate, and to such other 
officials, commissions, authorities and other 
persons as the Minister may direct. 



6. In conferring, as referred to in para- 
graph 5, the council shall allow sixty days 
for the making of written comments in 
respect of the application for approval, 
such sixty days to commence from the 
date that a copy of the application is 
sent to the party conferred with, provided 
that the time for making comments may be 
extended by the council where the council 
is satisfied that there is good reason 
therefor. 



7. Where the council has not given or refused 
approval to an application made under 
subsection 1 of section 33 of the Act 
within ninety days of receipt of the 
application, the council shall forthwith 
provide the applicant, the clerk of the area 
municipality in which the land that is 
the subject of the application is situate 
and the Subdivisions Branch of the Ministry 
of Housing with a report on the status of 
the application. 



858 



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8. Where the council gives approval to a draft 
plan under subsection 12 of section 33 of 
the Act, such approval shall be shown on 
the draft plan in the following form : 

Subject to the conditions, if any, set 

forth in our letter dated , 

19. . . this draft plan is approved under 
section 33 of The Planning Act this 



day of 



19. 



9. Where conditions are imposed to the 
approval of a plan of subdivision, approval 
of a final plan for registration shall not 
be given until the area municipality in 
which the land is situate has advised the 
council in writing that all of the require- 
ments of the area municipality have been 
satisfied. 

10. Where the council gives approval to a 
final plan under subsection 14 of sec- 
tion 33 of the Act, such approval shall 
be shown on the final plan in the following 
form: 

Approved under section 33 of The 
Planning Act by the council of The 
District Munici[)ality of Muskoka this 



day of 



19. 



11. Where the final plan is to be registered 
under The Land Titles Act, the council 
shall not approve the final plan for 
registration until the examiner of surveys 
appointed under The Land Titles Act has 
advised that the plan is acceptable for 
registration. 

12. The original of the final plan as approved 
together with all copies required for regis- 
tration under The Registry Act or The Land 
Titles Act, as the case may be, shall be 
forwarded by the council to the appropriate 
Land Registry Of&ce. 

13. The council shall forward one copy of 
each final plan approved for registration 
to the Subdivisions Branch of the Ministry 
of Housing. O. Reg. 475/76, s. 3. 

4. This Order comes into force on the 1st day 
of June, 1976. 



John R. Rhodes 
Minister of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 19th day of May, 1976. 

(8116) 24 

THE FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 

O. Reg. 476/76. 

Restricted Fire Zone. 
Made— May 28th, 1976. 
Filed— May 28th, 1976. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 
THE FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 

RESTRICTED FIRE ZONE 

1. The North Central Fire Region as described 
in Schedule 2 of Appendix A to Regulation 354 
of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1970 as made by 
section 2 of Ontario Regulation 502/74, is declared 
to be a restricted fire zone from the 1st day of 
June to the 15th day of June, both inclusive, 
in the year 1976. O. Reg. 476/76, s. 1. 

Leo Bernier 
Minister of Natural Resources 

Dated at Toronto, this 28th day of May, 1976. 

(8121) 24 

THE FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 

O. Reg. 477/76. 

Restricted Fire Zones. 
Made— May 28th, 1976. 
Filed— May 28th, 1976. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 
THE FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 

RESTRICTED FIRE ZONES 

1. The parts of the Northwestern Fire Region 
described in Schedules A, B and C hereto are 
declared to be Restricted Fire Zones from the 1st 
day of June to the 15th day of June, both 
inclusive, in the year 1976. O. Reg. 477/76, s. 1. 

Schedule A 

In the territorial districts of Kenora and Thunder 
Bay and described as follows : 

Beginning at the southeasterly comer of the 
Geographic Township of Corman in the Territorial 
District of Kenora; thence northerly along the 



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easterly boundary of the geographic townships of 
Corman and Chartrand and the northerly production 
of the westerly boundary of the Geographic Town- 
ship of Chartrand to the southwesterly corner of 
G.T.P. Block No. 6; thence easterly along the 
south boundary of that block to the southeasterly 
corner thereof; thence northerly along the easterly 
boundary of that block and the northerly production 
of the easterly boundary of that Block No. 6 to 
the base line run by Phillips and Benner, Ontario 
Land Surveyors, in 1931 ; thence northeasterly in a 
straight line to the intersection of latitude 50° 00' 
with the meridian line run by K. G. Ross, 
Ontario Land Surveyor, in 1921; thence easterly 
along latitude 50° 00' to longitude 90° 00' ; thence 
north along longitude 90° 00' to the southerly 
limit of the right-of-way of the Canadian National 
Railway; thence westerly along that railway limit 
to the northerly production of the easterly boundary 
of the G.T.P. Block No. 8; thence southerly 
along that production to the northeasterly corner 
of that Block No. 8; thence westerly along the 
northerly boundary of that Block to the north- 
westerly corner thereof; thence southerly along the 
westerly boundary of that Block and its southerly 
production to the base Une run by Phillips and 
Benner, Ontario Land Surveyors, in 1932; thence 
westerly along that base line to the southeasterly 
corner of G.T.P. Block No. 9; thence westerly 
along the southerly boundary of that Block to the 
southwesterly corner thereof ; thence westerly along 
the base line run by Phillips and Benner, Ontario 
Land Surveyors, in 1932 to the 5th meridian line; 
thence southerly along that meridian to a line 
drawn west astronomically from the southwesterly 
corner of the Geographic Township of Grummett 
in the Territorial District of Kenora; thence east 
astronomically to the place of beginning. O. Reg. 
477/76, Sched. A. 



Schedule B 

In the Territorial District of Kenora, Patricia 
Portion and described as follows : 

Beginning at a point in the Interprovincial 
Boundary between Ontario and Manitoba where 
the same is intersected by a line drawn west 
astronomically from the water's edge on the most 
westerly extremity of Pakwash Lake; thence east 
astronomically to longitude 94° 30' ; thence southerly 
along longitude 94° 30' to latitude 50° 30' ; thence 
easterly along latitude 50° 30' to the high-water 
mark of Lac Seul; thence southeasterly along that 
high-water mark to the intersection with the 6th 
meridian line; thence northeasterly in a straight 
line to the southeasterly corner of the Geographic 
Township of Birkett; thence northerly along the 
easterly boundary of the geographic townships of 
Birkett, Costello and McNaughton to the north- 
easterly corner of the last mentioned geographic 
township; thence northerly along the northerly 
production of the easterly boundary of the Geo- 
graphic Township of McNaughton to the Uth base 



line; thence westerly along the 11th base hne to 
longitude 92° 30' ; thence northerly along that 
longitude to the interprovincial boundary between 
Ontario and Manitoba; thence southwesterly and 
southerly along that boundary to the place of 
beginning. O. Reg. 477/76, Sched. B. 

Schedule C 

In the territorial districts of Kenora, Thunder 
Bay and Kenora, Patricia Portion and described 
as follows : 

Beginning at the northeasterly corner of the 
Geographic Township of Laval in the Territorial 
District of Kenora; thence southerly along the 
easterly boundary of the geographic townships of 
Laval and Hartman to the intersection with a 
hne drawn west astronomically from the 69th mile 
post on the 5th meridian line as surveyed by 
A. Niven, Ontario Land Surveyor in 1897; thence 
east astronomically to the said 69th mile post; 
thence northerly along that 5th meridian to the 
base line surveyed by Phillips and Benner, Ontario 
Land Surveyors in 1932; thence easterly along 
that base line to the southwesterly corner of 
G.T.P. Block No. 9; thence easterly along the 
southerly boundary of that Block to the south- 
easterly corner thereof; thence easterly along the 
base line surveyed by Phillips and Benner, Ontario 
Land Surveyors in 1932, to the southerly production 
of the westerly boundary of G.T.P. Block No. 8; 
thence northerly along that production and the 
westerly boundary of that block to the north- 
westerly corner thereof; thence easterly along the 
northerly boundary of that block to the north- 
easterly corner thereof; thence northerly along the 
northerly production of the easterly boundary of 
that G.T.P. Block No. 8 to the southerly limit 
of the right-of-way of the Canadian National 
Railway; thence easterly along that railway limit 
to longitude 90° 00' ; thence northerly along that 
longitude to latitude 51° 00'; thence easterly along 
that latitude to longitude 89° 00' ; thence northerly 
along longitude 89° 00' to the southerly boundary 
of Wunnumin Lake Indian Reserve 86; thence 
easterly along that southerly boundary to the 
easterly boundary of that Indian Reserve; thence 
northerly along that easterly boundary to the 
northerly boundary of that Indian Reserve; thence 
westerly along that northerly boundary to longitude 
89° 00' ; thence northerly along longitude 89° 00' 
to latitude 54° 00' ; thence northwesterly in a 
straight line to the intersection of longitude 91° 30' 
with latitude 55° 00' ; thence northwesterly along 
the northwesterly production of the last mentioned 
line to the Interprovincial Boundary between On- 
tario and Manitoba; thence in a southwesterly 
direction along that boundary to longitude 92° 30'; 
thence southerly along longitude 92° 30' to the 11th 
base line; thence easterly along the 11th base line 
to the northerly production of the easterly bound- 
ary of the Geographic Township of McNaughton; 
thence southerly along that production to the 
northeasterly corner of McNaughton Township; 



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2503 



thence southerly along the easterly boundary of the 
ge<^aphic townships of McNaughton, Costello 
and Birkett to the southeasterly corner of Birkett 
Township; thence southwesterly in a straight line 
to the intersection of the 6th meridian hne with 
the high-water mark along the southerly shore of 
Lac Seul; thence in a general southeasterly direction 
foUowing the high-water mark of Lac Seul to the 
westerly limit of Indian Reserve 28; thence in a 
southerly direction along the westerly limit of the 
said Indian Reserve to the high-water mark of 
Lac Seul; thence in an easterly direction along 
that high-water mark to the southerly limit of 
Indian Reserve 28 ; thence easterly along the south- 
erly limit of that Indian Reserve and its easterly 
production to the northerly production of the 
easterly boundary of the Geographic Township of 
Mcllraith; thence southerly along that production 
to the northeasterly comer of the last mentioned 
geographic township; thence southerly along the 
easterly boundary of the geographic townships of 
Mcllraith and Webb to the place of beginning. 
O. Reg. 477/76. Sched. C. 

Leo Bernier 
Minister of Natural Resources 

Dated at Toronto, this 28th day of May. 1976. 

(8122) 24 



THE FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 



O. Reg. 478/76. 
Restricted Fire Zones. 
Made— May 28th, 1976. 
Filed— May 28th, 1976. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 
THE FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 

RESTRICTED FIRE ZONES 

1. The parts of the Northwestern Fire Region 
described in Schedules A. B and C hereto are 
declared to be Restricted Fire Zones from the 
Ist day of June to the 15th day of June, both 
inclusive, in the year 1976. O. Reg. 478/76, s. 1. 

Schedule A 

In the Territorial District of Kenora and des- 
cribed as follows : 



Beginning at the northeasterly comer of the 
Geographic Township of Laval in the Territorial 
District of Kenora; thence southerly along the 
easterly boundary of the geographic townships of 
Laval and Hartman to the intersection with a 
line drawn west astronomically from the 69th mile 



post on the 5th meridian line as surveyed by A. 
Niven, Ontario Land Surveyor, in 1897; thence 
east astronomically to the said 69th mile post; 
thence southerly along the said 5th meridian line 
to a Une drawn west astronomically from the 
southwesterly comer of the Geographic Township 
of Grummett; thence west astronomically 12.5 
miles; thence north astronomically 11.5 miles, more 
or less, to the intersection with the 4th base Une; 
thence westerly along that base hne to the 24th 
mile post planted therein; thence north astro- 
nomically along a meridian surveyed by Speight 
and Van Nostrand, Ontario Land Surveyors, in 
1927 a distance of 11 miles and 76.20 chains, 
more or less, to the intersection with the base 
hne surveyed by A. Niven, Ontario Land Surveyor, 
in 1895; thence west astronomically along that 
base hne 6 miles and 8.05 chains, more or less, 
to a survey post planted therein distant 3.302 
chains measured easterly along the said base line 
from the 60th mile post thereon; thence north 34' 
west astronomically 21 miles and 55.58 chains, more 
or less, to the southeasterly comer of the Geo- 
graphic Township of MacNicol; thence northerly 
along the easterly boundary of the last mentioned 
geographic township and its northerly production 
to the high-water mark along the southerly bank of 
Canyon Lake ; thence easterly along that high-water 
mark to longitude 93^ 45'; thence northerly along 
longitude 93° 45' to latitude 50° 30' ; thence easterly 
along latitude 50° 30' to the high-water mark along 
Lac Seul; thence southeasterly along that high- 
water mark to the westerly limit of Indian Reserve 
28; thence in a southerly direction along the 
westerly hmit of the said Indian Reserve to the 
high-water mark of Lac Seul ; thence in an easterly 
direction along that high-water mark to the southerly 
limit of Indian Reserve 28; thence easterly along 
that limit and its easterly production to the 
northerly production of the easterly boundary of 
the Geographic Township of Mcllraith; thence 
southerly along that production to the northeasterly 
comer of the last mentioned geographic township; 
thence southerly along the easterly boundary of the 
geographic townships of Mcllraith and Webb to the 
place of beginning. O. Reg. 478/76, Sched. A. 

Schedule B 

In the Territorial Districts of Kenora and 
Rainy River and described as follows : 

Beginning at the southeasterly comer of Godson 
Township in the Territorial District of Kenora; 
thence in a westerly direction along the southerly 
boundary of the Township of Godson to the east 
shore of Sabaskong Bay of Lake of the Woods; 
thence westerly and southwesterly along the south 
shore of the said bay and along the east shore 
of the Lake of the Woods to where the same is 
intersected by the 49th degree parallel of north 
latitude; thence due west 15 miles, more or less, 
to the International Boundary between Canada and 
the United States of America; thence southerly 
and southeasterly along that boundary to longitude 



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92° 30' ; thence northerly along that longitude to the 
high-water mark along the southerly bank of the 
Seine River; thence easterly along that high-water 
mark to the southerly boundary of Indian Reserve 
23A; thence easterly and northerly along that 
boundary to the high-water mark along the southerly 
bank of the Seine River; thence easterly along 
that high-water mark to the southerly limit of the 
right-of-way of that part of the King's Highway 
known as No. 11; thence easterly along that 
right-of-way to the southerly production of the 
easterly boundary of the Geographic Township of 
Bennett in the Territorial District of Rainy River; 
thence northerly along that southerly production 
and the easterly boundary of that geographic 
township and the northerly production of the 
easterly boundary of the Geographic Township of 
Bennett to the third base line; thence westerly 
along that base line to the fifth meridian line ; 
thence northerly along the fifth meridian line 12 
miles, more or less, to a point in a line drawn 
west astronomically from the southwesterly corner 
of Grummett Township in the Territorial District 
of Kenora; thence west astronomically 12.5 miles; 
thence north astronomically 11.5 miles, more or 
less, to the intersection with the 4th base line; 
thence westerly along the 4th base line to the 
24th^ mile post planted therein; thence south- 
westerly in a straight line to the northeasterly 
corner of Godson Township; thence southerly along 
the easterly boundary of that township to the 
place of beginning. O. Reg. 478/76, Sched. B. 

Schedule C 

In the Territorial Districts of Kenora and 
Kenora, Patricia Portion and described as follows : 

Beginning at a point in the Interprovincial 
Boundary between Ontario and Manitoba where the 
same is intersected by a line drawn west astro- 
nomically from the water's edge on the most 
westerly extremity of Pakwash Lake; thence east 
astronomically to longitude 94° 30' ; thence southerly 
along that longitude to latitude 50° 30' ; thence 
easterly along latitude 50° 30' to longitude 93° 45' ; 
thence southerly along that longitude to the high- 



water mark along the southerly shore of Canyon 
Lake; thence westerly along that high-water mark 
to the intersection with the northerly production 
of the easterly boundary of the Geographic Town- 
ship of MacNicol ; thence southerly along that 
northerly production and the easterly boundary 
of the Geographic Township of MacNicol to the 
southeasterly corner thereof; thence south 34° 
east along a line surveyed by Phillips and Benner, 
Ontario Land Surveyors, in 1928, a distance of 21 
miles and 55.58 chains, more or less, to a point 
in the base line surveyed by A. Niven, Ontario 
Land Surveyor, in 1895, the said point being 
distant 3.302 chains measured easterly along the 
said base line from the 60th mile post thereon ; 
thence east along that base line 6 miles and 
8.05 chains to the meridian line surveyed by 
Speight and Van Nostrand, Ontario Land Surveyors, 
in 1927; thence southerly along that meridian 
hne 11 miles and 76.20 chains, more or less, 
to the 24th mile post planted in the 4th base 
line; thence southwesterly in a straight hne to the 
northeasterly corner of the Geographic Township 
of Godson; thence southerly along the easterly 
boundary of the last-mentioned geographic town- 
ship to the southeasterly corner thereof; thence 
in a westerly direction along the southerly boundary 
of the Township of Godson to the east shore of 
Sabaskong Bay pf Lake of the Woods; thence 
westerly and southwesterly along the south shore 
of the said bay and along the east shore of the 
Lake of the Woods to where the same is inter- 
sected by the 49th degree parallel of north lati- 
tude; thence due west 15 miles, more or less, to 
the International Boundary between Canada and the 
United States of America; thence northerly and 
northwesterly along that boundary to the Inter- 
provincial Boundary between Ontario and Manitoba ; 
thence northerly along that boundary to the place 
of beginning. O. Reg. 478/76, Sched. C. 

Leo Bernier 
Minister of Natural Resources 

Dated at Toronto, this 28th day of May, 1976. 

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Publications Under The Regulations Act 



June 19th, 1976 



THE CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES ACT 

O. Reg. 479/76. 

Fill, Construction and Alteration to 

Waterways — Nickel District. 
Made— April 20th, 1976. 
Approved— May 26th, 1976. 
Filed— May 31st, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 942/75 

MADE UNDER 

THE CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES ACT 

1. Schedule 1 to Ontario Regiilation 942/75 is 
revoked and the following substituted there- 
for: 

Schedule 1 

That part of the Junction Creek and Nolan Creek 
watersheds extending northerly and easterly from 
Kelly Lake in the Geographic Township of McKim, 
now part of the City of Sudbury in The R^onal 
Municipality of Sudbury, to, 

(a) Lot 7 in Concession IV in the Geographic 
Township of McKim, now part of the City 
of Sudbury in The Regional Municipality 
of Sudbury, on the main branch of Nolan 
Creek ; 

(b) Lot 4 in Concession VI in the Geographic 
Township of McKim, now part of the City 
of Sudbury in The Regional Municipality 
of Sudbury, on the west branch of Junction 
Creek ; 

(c) the north limit of Lot 11 in Concession VI 
in the Geographic Township of Neelon, now 
part of the City of Sudbury in The Regional 
Municipality of Sudbury, on the main 
branch of Junction Creek; and 

(d) the north limit of Lot 12 in Concession VI 
in the Geographic Township of Neelon, 
now part of the City of Sudbury in The 
Regional Municipality of Sudbury, on the 
east branch of Junction Creek, 

as shown delineated by the fill line and coloured 
red on maps filed in the Office of the Registrar of 
Regulations at Toronto as Numbers 1941 to 1953, 
both inclusive. O. Reg. 479/76, s. 1. 

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Nickel District Conservation Authority: 

Colin G. Caswell 

Chairman 

D. C. Mansfield 
Secretary-Treasurer 

Dated at Sudbury, this 20th day of April, 1976. 

(8140) 25 



THE GAME AND FISH ACT 

O. Reg. 480/76. 

Open Seasons — Moose and Deer. 
Made— May 26th, 1976. 
Filed— May 31st, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 304/76 

MADE UNDER 

THE GAME AND FISH ACT 

1. The heading immediately preceding section 
1 of Ontario Regulation 304/76 is struck out 
and the following substituted therefor: 

OPEN SEASONS— MOOSE AND DEER 

2. Section 1 of the said Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

1. In this Regulation, 

(a) "non-resident's licence to hunt deer" means 
a non-resident's licence to hunt deer, bear, 
fox, game birds, rabbits, raccoon, squirrel 
and wolf; and 

(6) "non-resident's licence to hunt moose" 
means a non-resident's licence to hunt 
moose, deer, bear, fox, game birds, rabbits, 
raccoon, squirrel and wolf. O. Reg. 480/76, 
s. 2. 

3. The said Regulation is amended by adding 
immediately after section 2 the following 
heading : 



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OPEN SEASON FOR MOOSE 



4. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding immediately after section 8 the follow- 
ing heading: 

OPEN SEASON FOR DEER 

5. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following sections: 

9. — (1) Subject to section 11, the holder of a 
resident's licence to hunt deer and bear or a farmer's 
licence to hunt deer and bear may hunt deer in 
the year 1976 in the parts of Ontario described in, 

(a) Schedule 15 from the 4th day of October 
to the 15th day of December, both inclusive ; 

(b) Schedules 16, 17, 18 and 19 from the 15th 
day of September to the 30th day of 
September, both inclusive; 

(c) Schedule 20 from the 8th day of November 
to the 13th day of November, both inclu- 
sive; 

(d) Schedule 21 from the 1st day of November 
to the 13th day of November, both inclu- 
sive; 

(e) Schedule 22 from the 9th day of October 
to the 31st day of October, both inclusive, 
and from the 22nd day of November to 
the 27th day of November, both inclusive ; 

(/) Schedule 23 from the 9th day of October 
to the 31st day of October, both inclusive, 
and from the 22nd day of November to the 
24th day of November, both inclusive; 

(g) Schedule 27 from the 7th day of November 
to the 30th day of November, both inclu- 
sive; 

(h) Schedule 29 from the 1st day of November 
to the 4th day of November, both inclusive ; 

(i) Schedule 30 from the 25th day of October 
to the 30th day of November, both inclu- 
sive; 

(j) Schedules 31 and 39 from the 1st day of 
November to the 3rd day of November, 
both inclusive; 

(k) Schedule 32 from the 25th day of October 
to the 11th day of December, both inclu- 
sive; 

(/) Schedule 33 on the 1st and 2nd days of 
November ; 

(m) Schedule 34 from the 25th day of October 
to the 30th day of November, both inclu- 
sive; 



(w) Schedule 35 from the 25th day of October 
to the 31st day of October, both inclusive, 
and from the 1st day of November to the 
30th day of November, both inclusive; 

(o) Schedule 36 from the 25th day of October 
to the 31st day of December, both inclusive ; 
and 

ifi) Schedule 37 from the 25th day of October 
to the 31st day of October, both inclusive; 
and from the 4th day of November to the 
31st day of December, both inclusive. 

'(2) The holder of a resident's licence to hunt 
deer and bear or a farmer's licence to hunt deer and 
bear may hunt deer in the year 1976 in the parts 
of Ontario described in, 

(a) Schedules 16 and 18 from the 30th day of 
October to the 15th day of December, 
both inclusive ; 

(b) Schedules 17 and 19 from the 4th day of 
October to the 15th day of December, 
both inclusive; 

(c) Schedule 24 from the 1st day of November 
to the 13th day of November, both inclu- 
sive; 

(d) Schedules 25, 26 and 27 from the 1st day 
of November to the 6th day of November, 
both inclusive; 

(e) Schedule 28 from the 1st day of November 
to the 4th day of November, both inclusive ; 
and 

(/) Schedule 38 from the 1st day of November 
to the 31st day of December, both inclusive. 
O. Reg. 480/76, s. 5, part. 



10. — (1) Subject to section 11, the holder of a 
non-resident's hcence to hunt deer or a non-resident's 
licence to hunt moose may hunt deer in the year 
1976 in the parts of Ontario described in, 

(a) Schedule 15 from the 4th day of October 
to the 15th day of November, both inclu- 
sive; 

(b) Schedules 16, 17, 18 and 19 from the 15th 
day of September to the 30th day of 
September, both inclusive; 

(c) Schedule 20 from the 8th day of November 
to the 13th day of November, both inclu- 
sive; 

(d) Schedule 22 from the 9th day of October 
to the 31st day of October, both inclusive, 
and from the 22nd day of November to the 
27th day of November, both inclusive; 



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{e) Schedule 23 from the 9th day of October 
to the 31st day of October, both inclusive, 
and from the 22nd day of November to the 
24th day of November, both inclusive; 

(/) Schedule 27 from the 7th day of November 
to the 30th day of November, both inclu- 
sive; 

ig) Schedule 29 from the 1st day of November 
to the 4th day of November, both inclusive ; 

(A) Schedule 30 from the 25th day of October 
to the 30th day of November, both inclu- 
sive; 

(i) Schedule 31 from the 1st day of November 
to the 3rd day of November, both inclusive ; 
and 

(j) Schedule 35 from the 25th day of October 
to the 31st day of October and from the 
1st day of November to the 30th day of 
November, both inclusive. 

(2) 1 he holder of a non-resident's licence to hunt 
deer or a non-resident's licence to hunt moose may 
hunt deer in the year 1976 in the parts of Ontario 
described in, 

(a) Schedule 17 from the 1 1th day of October to 
the 15th day of November, both inclusive; 

(b) Schedule 18 from the 30th day of October to 
the 15th day of November, both inclusive; 

(c) Schedule 24 from the 1st day of November 
to the 13th day of November, both inclu- 
sive; 

{d) Schedules 26 and 27 from the 1st day of 
November to the 6th day of November, 
both inclusive; 

(e) Schedule 28 from the 1st day of November 
to the 4th day of November, both inclusive ; 
and 

(/) Schedule 38 from the 1st day of November 
to the 31st day of December, both inclusive. 
O. Reg. 480/76, s. 5, part. 

11. — (1) Only bows and arrows or flint lock or 
percussion cap muzzle loading guns may be used to 
hunt deer in the year 1976 in the parts of Ontario 
described in Schedule 15 from the 4th day of October 
to the 15th day of December, both inclusive. 

(2) Only bows and arrows may be used to hunt 
deer in the year 1976 in the parts of Ontario 
described in, 

(a) Schedules 16, 17, 18 and 19 from the 15th 
day of September to the 30th day of 
September, both inclusive; 



(b) Schedules 22 and 23 from the 9th day of 
October to the 31st day of October, both 
inclusive ; 

(c) Schedule 27 from the 7th day of November 
to the 30th day of November, both inclu- 
sive; 

{d) Schedule 30 from the 25th day of October to 
the 30th day of November, both inclusive ; 

(e) Schedule 32 from the 25th day of October to 
the 11th day of December, both inclusive; 

(/) Schedule 34 from the 25th day of October to 
the 30th day of November, both inclusive; 

ig) Schedule 35 from the 25th day of October to 
the 31st day of October, both inclusive, 
and from the 7th day of November to the 
30th day of November, both inclusive; 

(A) Schedule 36 from the 25th day of October to 
the 31st day of December, both inclusive; 
and 

(t) Schedule 37 from the 25th day of October to 
the 31st day of October, both inclusive, 
and from the 4th day of November to the 
31st day of December, both inclusive. 

(3) Only bows and arrows or flint lock or per- 
cussion cap muzzle loading guns or shotguns may 
be used to hunt deer in the year 1976 in the parts of 
Ontario described in, 

(a) Schedule 29 from the 1st day of November 
to the 4th day of November, both inclusive ; 

{b) Schedules 31 and 39 from the 1st day of 
November to the 3rd day of November, 
both inclusive; and 

(c) Schedule 33 on the 1st ^nd 2nd days of 
November. 

(4) No person shall use or be accompanied by a 
dog while hunting deer in the year 1976 in the parts of 
Ontario described in, 

(a) Schedules 16, 17, 18 and 19 from the 15th 
day of September to the 30th day of 
September, both inclusive; 

(6) Schedule 20 from the 8th day of November 
to the 13th day of November, both inclu- 
sive; 

(c) Schedule 21 from the 1st day of November 
to the 13th day of November, both inclu- 
sive; 

(d) Schedule 22 from the 9th day of October to 
the 31st day of October, both inclusive, 
and from the 22nd day of November to the 
27th day of November, both inclusive; 



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(e) Schedule 23 from the 9th day of October to 
the 31st day of October, both inclusive, 
and from the 22nd day of November to the 
24th day of November, both inclusive; 

(/) Schedule 27 from the 7th day of November 
to the 30th day of November, both inclu- 
sive; 

(g) Schedule 29 from the 1st day of November 
to the 4th day of November, both inclusive ; 

(h) Schedules 30 and 34 from the 25th day of 
October to the 30th day of November, 
both inclusive ; 

(i) Schedules 31 and 39 from the 1st day of 
November to the 3rd day of November, 
both inclusive; 

{j) Schedule 32 from the 25th day of October to 
the 11th day of December, both inclusive; 

(k) Schedule 33 on the 1st and 2nd days of 
November; 

(/) Schedule 35 from the 25th day of October to 
the 31st day of October, both inclusive, 
and from the 1st day of November to the 
30th day of November, both inclusive; 

(m) Schedule 36 from the 25th day of October to 
the 31st day of December, both inclusive; 
and 

(«) Schedule 37 from the 25th day of October to 
the 31st day of October, both inclusive, 
and from the 4th day of November to the 
31st day of December, both inclusive. 
O. Reg. 480/76, s. 5, part. 

6. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedules: 

Schedule 16 

Beginning at the intersection of the centre line of 
that part of the King's Highway known as No. 105 
with the centre line of the Enghsh River; thence 
easterly along the centre line of the English River, 
Lac Seul composed of Shanty Narrows, Poplar 
Narrows, Manitou Narrows, Sen Bay of Lac Seul 
and Bindo Lake to the most easterly extremity of 
Bindo Lake; thence southeasterly in a straight hne 
to the most northerly limit of Stranger Lake ; 
thence southerly along the centre line of Stranger 
Lake, the connecting waters between McDougall 
Bay of Marchington Lake and Stranger Lake, and 
the said McDougall Bay to the most southwesterly 
extremity of the said McDougall Bay; thence south 
astronomically to the centre line of the right-of-way 
of the Canadian National Railway Company; thence 
easterly along that centre line to the centre line of 
the connecting waters between Tawatina Lake and 
Singapore Lake; thence in a southerly, easterly 



and southerly direction along the said connecting 
waters, Singapore Lake, the connecting waters 
between Singapore Lake and Conver Lake, Conver 
Lake, Lake of Bay River and Lake of Bays to 
the most southwesterly limit of Lake of Bays ; 
thence south astronomically to the most northerly 
limit of Jarvis Lake; thence westerly along the 
centre line of Jarvis Lake, the connecting waters 
between Jarvis Lake and Flying Loon Lake, Flying 
Loon Lake and the English River to the centre line 
of Loggers Lake; thence in a southerly direction 
along the centre line of Loggers Lake, Amik River 
and Amik Lake to the most southwesterly extremity 
of Amik Lake; thence southwesterly in a straight 
line to the most northerly extremity of Basket 
Lake; thence in a southerly direction along the 
centre line of Basket Lake to the most southerly 
extremity thereof; thence southerly in a straight 
line to the easterly corner of the Geographic Town- 
ship of Hyndman; thence southerly along the 
easterly boundary of that geographic township to 
the centre line of that part of the King's Highway 
known as No. 17; thence in a southeasterly direction 
along that centre line to the centre line of the right- 
of-way of Blind Bay Road; thence in a southerly 
and westerly direction along that centre line to the 
high-water mark of the southerly shore of the Seine 
River; thence westerly along the said high-water 
mark to the southerly boundary of the Seine River 
Indian Reserve 22A2 ; thence westerly along that 
southerly boundary to the 49th parallel ; thence 
westerly along that 49th parallel to the westerly 
boundary of the Territorial District of Thunder 
Bay; thence northerly along that westerly boundary 
to the southerly boundary of the Territorial District 
of Kenora; thence westerly along that southerly 
boundary to the centre line of Eltrut Lake; thence 
northerly along that centre line to the centre line 
of the Turtle River composed of Bending Lake to 
the 4th base line ; thence easterly along that base 
hne to the centre line of Bending Creek to the 
centre hne of that part of the King's Highway 
known as No. 17; thence in a northwesterly direc- 
tion along that centre line to the centre line of 
McKenzie Creek; thence in a southwesterly direc- 
tion along that centre line to the centre line of 
Dinorwic Lake ; thence in a southwesterly direction 
along the centre line of Dinorwic Lake, Stanawan 
Bay of Dinorwic Lake, Crooked Creek, Minnehaha 
Lake and Peak Lake to a portage to Sasakwei 
Lake; thence westerly along that portage to the 
centre line of Sasakwei Lake ; thence southerly along 
that centre line and the connecting waters to 
Kabagukski Lake ; thence southerly along the high- 
water mark along the westerly shore of Kabagukski 
Lake and the connecting waters to Selby Lake ; 
thence northerly along the high-water mark along 
the easterly shore of Selby Lake to the most north- 
erly extremity thereof; thence west astronomically 
to the centre line of Trafalgar Bay of Upper Manitou 
Lake ; thence southerly along that centre hne and 
Upper Manitou Lake to Swede Portage; thence 
easterly along that portage to the centre line of 
Manitou Straits; thence southerly along that centre 
line and the centre line of Lower Manitou Lake, 



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the connecting waters to Calder Lake, the centre 
hne of Calder Lake, the connecting creek to Syndicate 
Lake and Syndicate Lake ; thence in a northwesterly 
direction along a portage to Picture Narrows Lake; 
thence in a northerly and westerly direction along 
the centre hne of Picture Narrows Lake, Cleftrock 
Lake, the connecting waters to Pan Lake, Pan 
Lake, the connecting waters to Chuck Lake, Chuck 
Lake, Cleftrock Creek, an unnamed lake, and the 
connecting waters to LawTence Lake; thence west- 
erly along the centre line of Lawrence Lake, and 
Lawrence River to Hill Lake; thence northerly 
along the centre line of Hill Lake and the connect- 
ing waters to Rowan Lake; thence northwesterly 
along the centre line of Rowan Lake to the centre 
hne of Denmark Lake; thence northerly along the 
centre line of Denmark Lake to the portage to 
Atikwa Lake; thence northerly along that portage 
and the centre line of Atikwa Lake, the connecting 
waters to Populus Lake, Populus Lake, the connect- 
ing waters to Betula Lake and Betula Lake to the 
most westerly extremity thereof; thence west 
astronomically to the centre line of Warclub Lake; 
thence westerly along the centre line of Warclub 
Lake and the connecting waters to Dryberry Lake; 
thence northerly along the centre hne of Point 
Bay of Dryberry Lake and the connecting waters 
to Point Lake; thence easterly along the centre 
hne of Point Lake and the connecting waters to 
Teggau Lake ; thence northerly along the centre line 
of Teggau Lake and the connecting waters to 
Vermilion Bay ; thence easterly and northerly along 
the centre line of Vermilion Bay to the most north- 
erly extremity thereof ; thence north astronomically 
to the centre line of that part of the King's High- 
way known as No. 17; thence westerly along that 
centre line to the centre hne of that part of the 
King's Highway known as No. 647; thence in a 
northwesterly direction along that centre hne to a 
hne drawn east astronomically from the easterly 
extremity of Canyon Lake; thence westerly along 
that line and the centre hne of Canyon Lake, Canyon 
River and Wabigoon River to the centre line of 
the English River; thence northe«isterly along the 
centre line of the English River consisting of Ball 
Lake, Tide Lake, Maynard Lake, Oak Lake, Wilcox 
Lake, Goose Lake, Wegg Lake, Bamston Lake and 
Camping Lake to the place of beginning. O. Reg. 
480/76, s. 6, part. 

Schedule 17 

Beginning at the intersection of the International 
Boundary- between Canada and the United States 
of America and the westerly boundary of the Terri- 
torial District of Thunder Bay; thence northerly 
along that westerly boundary to the intersection 
with the southerly boundary of the Territorial 
District of Kenora; thence westerly along that 
southerly boundary to the centre line of Eltrut 
Lake; thence northerly along that centre line to 
the centre line of the Turtle River composed of 
Bending Lake to the 4th base line; thence easterly 
along that base line to the centre line of Bending 
Creek to the centre line of that part of the King's 



Highway known as No. 17 ; thence in a northwesterly 
direction along that centre line to the centre hne of 
McKenzie Creek; thence in a southwesterly direc- 
tion along that centre line to the centre line of 
Dinorwic Lake; thence in a southwesterly direction 
along the centre line of Dinorwic Lake, Stanawan 
Bay of Dinorwic Lake, Crooked Creek, Minnehaha 
Lake and Peak Lake to a portage to Sasakwei 
Lake; thence westerly along that portage to the 
centre line of Sasakwei Lake; thence southerly 
along that centre line and the connecting waters 
to Kabagukski Lake; thence southerly along the 
high- water mark along the westerly shore of 
Kabagukski Lake and the connecting waters to 
Selby Lake; thence northerly along the high-water 
mask along the easterly shore of Selby Lake to 
the most northerly extremity thereof; thence west 
astronomically to the centre line of Trafalgar Bay 
of Upper Manitou Lake ; thence southerly along that 
centre line and Upper Manitou Lake to Swede 
Portage; thence easterly along that portage to the 
centre line of Mcinitou Straits; thence southerly 
along that centre line and the centre line of Lower 
Manitou Lake, the connecting waters to Calder 
Lake, the centre line of Calder Lake, the connecting 
creek to Syndicate Lake and Syndicate Lake; 
thence in a northwesterly direction along a portage 
to Picture Narrows Lake; thence in a northerly 
and westerly direction along the centre line of 
Picture Narrows Lake, Cleftrock Lake, the connect- 
ing waters to Pan Lake, Pan Lake, the connecting 
waters to Chuck Lake, Chuck Lake, Cleftrock Creek, 
an unnamed lake, and the connecting waters to 
Lawrence Lake; thence westerly along the centre 
line of Lawrence Lake, and Lawrence River to Hill 
Lake; thence northerly along the centre line of Hill 
Lake and the connecting waters to Rowan Lake; 
thence northwesterly along the centre line of 
Rowan Lake to the centre line of Denmark Lake; 
thence northerly along the centre line of Denmark 
Lake to the portage to Atikwa Lake; thence north- 
erly along that portage and the centre line of 
Atikwa Lake, the connecting waters to Populus 
Lake, Populus Lake, the connecting waters to Betula 
Lake and Betula Lake to the most westerly extremity 
thereof; thence west astronomically to the centre 
line of Warclub Lake; thence westerly along the 
centre line of Warclub Lake and the connecting 
waters to Dryberry Lake; thence northerly along 
the centre line of Point Bay of Dryberry Lake and 
the connecting waters to Point Lake; thence east- 
erly along the centre line of Point Lake and the 
connecting waters to Teggau Lake; thence north- 
erly along the centre line of Teggau Lake and the 
connecting waters to Vermilion Bay; thence east- 
erly and northerly along the centre line of Vermilion 
Bay to the most northerly extremity thereof ; thence 
north astronomically to the centre line of that part 
of the King's Highway known as No. 17; thence 
westerly along that centre line to the centre line 
of that part of the King's Highway known as No. 
647; thence in a northwesterly direction along that 
centre line to a line drawn esist astronomically 
from the easterly extremity of Canyon Lake ; thence 
westerly along that line and the centre line of 



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Canyon Lake, Canyon River and Wabigoon River 
to the centre line of the English River; thence 
northeasterly along the centre line of the English 
River system to the intersection of the centre line 
of Maynard Lake with the 7th base line; thence 
westerly along that base line to the intorscrtion 
of the Interprovincial Boundary between Ontario 
and Manitoba; thence southerly and southeasterly 
along that Interprovincial Boundary to the inter- 
section of latitude 49° 00' ; thence easterly along 
that latitude to the high-water mark of Lake of the 
Woods; thence in a northerly direction following 
that high-water mark to the centre line of the 
right of way of a road known locally as No. 4 ; thence 
easterly along that centre line to the centre line of 
that part of the right of way of the King's Highway 
known as No. 619; thence in a southerly and east- 
erly direction along that centre line to the centre 
line of that part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 600; thence easterly along that centre line to 
the westerly production of a road running east and 
west across the geographic townships of Dewart 
and Rowe; thence easterly along that production 
and that centre line to the centre line of a road 
known as Camp 404 Road; thence easterly along 
that centre line to the centre of the right of way of 
Ontario Hydro; thence in a southeasterly direction 
along that centre line to the southerly limit of 
Indian Reserve 16A; thence in an easterly direction 
along that southerly limit to the high-water mark 
along the northerly shore of Sand Bay of Rainy 
Lake; thence southwesterly along that high-water 
mark to the centre line of the right-of-way of the 
Canadian National Railway Company; thence east- 
erly along that centre line to the intersection with 
the International Boundary between Canada and 
the United States of America ; thence easterly along 
that International Boundary to the place of 
beginning. O. Reg. 480/76, s. 6, part. 

Schedule 18 

Beginning at the intersection of the International 
Boundary between Canada and the United States 
of America with latitude 49° 00' ; thence south- 
easterly and easterly along that International 
Boundary to the centre line of the right-of-way of 
the Canadian National Railway Company; thence 
northerly along that centre line to the high-water 
mark along the northerly shore of Sand Bay of 
Rainy Lake; thence in a northeasterly direction 
along that high-water mark to the southerly Hmit 
of Indian Reserve No. 16A; thence in a westerly 
direction along that southerly limit to the centre 
line of the right of way of Ontario Hydro; thence 
in a northwesterly direction along that centre line 
to the centre line of a road known as Camp 404 
Road ; thence westerly along that centre line to the 
easterly production of the centre line of a road 
running east and west across the geographic town- 
ships of Rowe and Dewart; thence westerly along 
that production and that centre line to the centre 
line of the right of way of Secondary Highway 
No. 600; thence westerly along that centre line to 
the centre line of the right of way of Secondary 



Highway No. 619; thence in a northerly and west- 
erly direction along that centre line to the centre 
line of the right of way of a road known locally as 
No. 4; thence westerly along that centre line to the 
high-water mark of Lake of the Woods; thence in 
a southerly direction following that high-water 
mark to latitude 49° 00'; thence westerly along 
that latitude to the International Boundary between 
Canada and the United States of America, being 
the place of beginning. O. Reg. 480/76, s. 6, part. 

Schedule 19 

Beginning at the intersection of the International 
Boundary between Canada and the United States 
of America with the westerly boundary of the 
Territorial District of Thunder Bay; thence north- 
erly along that boundary to the intersection with 
latitude 49° 00' ; thence easterly along that latitude 
to the centre line of the Seine River; thence in a 
southeasterly direction following that centre line 
to an Ontario Hydro dam ; thence in a northeasterly 
direction along the centre line of the right of way of 
the Blind Bay Road to the centre line of the right 
of way of that part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 17; thence in a southeasterly direction along 
that centre line to the centre line of the right of way 
of TransCanada Pipe Lines Limited in the Geo- 
graphic Township of Gibbard; thence northerly 
along that centre line to the centre line of the 
Nipigon River; thence northerly along that centre 
line to the confluence with the waters of Lake 
Nipigon; thence in a northeasterly direction along 
the water's edge of Lake Nipigon to the centre 
line of the Blackwater River; thence in a north- 
easterly direction along that centre line to the 
centre line of that part of the right of way of that 
part of the King's Highway known as No. 11; 
thence northerly and easterly along that centre line 
to the centre line of the right of way of Secondary 
Highway No. 631 in the Geographic Township of 
McMillan; thence in a southerly and southwesterly 
direction along that centre line to the centre line of 
the right of way of that part of the King's Highway 
known as No. 17; thence southeasterly along that 
centre line to the centre line of the right-of-way of 
the Algoma Central Railway : thence southwesterly 
along that centre line and its southwesterly pro- 
duction to the water's edge of Michipicoten Bay of 
Lake Superior; thence in a southeasterly direction 
along the water's edge of Michipicoten Bay to the 
confluence with the centre line of the Michipicoten 
River; thence south 45° west astronomically to the 
International Boundary between Canada and the 
United States of America; thence northwesterly, 
southwesterly and westerly along that International 
Boundary to the place of beginning. O. Reg. 480/76, 
s. 6, part. 

Schedule 20 

The geographic townships of Hilton, Jocelyn and 
St. Joseph in the Territorial District of Algoma. 
O. Reg. 480/76, s. 6, part. 



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Schedule 21 



Cockbum Island in the Territorial District of 
Manitoulin. O. Reg. 480 76, s. 6, part. 

Schedule 22 

The geographic townships of Burpee, Dawson and 
Robinson in the Territorial District of Manitoulin. 
O. Reg. 480/76, s. 6. part. 

Schedule 23 

The Territorial District of Manitoulin, except the 
geographic townships of Burpee, Cockbum Island, 
Dawson and Robinson. O. Reg. 480/76, s. 6, part. 

Schedule 24 

A. Beginning at the intersection of the centre line 
of the Michipicoten River with the confluence of 
the waters of Lake Sup)erior; thence south 45° west 
astronomically to the intersection with the Inter- 
national Boundary between Canada and the United 
States of America; thence southeasterly along that 
boundary to an angle in the said boundary lying 
between Cockbum Island and Drummond Island; 
thence easterly in a straight line through the North 
Channel of Lake Huron to a point distant 1.5 miles 
measured south astronomically from the south- 
westerly extremity of Kenny Point on Innis Island ; 
thence north 55^ east astronomically 5 miles; thence 
east astronomically 3 miles; thence south 36° east 
astronomically 5.5 miles; thence northeasterly in a 
straight line to the intersection of the water's edge 
of the North Channel of Lake Huron with the 
southerly production of the west boundary of the 
Geographic Township of Harrow; thence westerly 
along the northerly shore of the North Channel 
of Lake Huron to the centre line of the Little 
Serpent River ; thence in an easterly direction along 
that centre line to the centre line of that part of the 
King's Highway known as No. 17; thence easterly 
along that centre line to the easterly boundary of 
the Geographic Township of Shakespeare; thence 
northerly along that easterly boundary to the 
centre line of Agnew Lake; thence northerly along 
the centre line of Agnew Lake, Spanish River and 
East Spanish River composed of Expanse Lake, 
First Lake, Duke Lake and East Spanish River to 
the northerly boundary' of the Geographic Township 
of Arden ; thence westerly along the northerly bound- 
ary of the geographic townships of Arden, Biscotasi, 
HoUinger and Joffre to the centre line of the right 
of way of Canadian Pacific Limited; thence north- 
westerly along that centre line to the centre line of 
a road running from the Canadian Pacific Limited 
station at Devon to that part of the King's High- 
way known as No. 129; thence westerly along the 
centre line of that road to the centre line of that 
part of the King's Highway known as No. 129; 
thence southerly along that centre line to the centre 
line of Ranger Lake Road in the Geographic Town- 
ship of Villeneuve near Rocky Island Lake; thence 
westerly along that centre line to the centre line 



of a road known locally as Hult Road in the Geo- 
graphic Township of Whitman ; thence westerly 
along the centre line of Hult Road to the centre 
line of the right-of-way of the Algoma Central 
Railway in Searchmont; thence northwesterly 
along that centre line to the centre line of the 
Great Lakes Power Corporation Limited trans- 
mission line at Hubert Station; thence northerly 
along that centre line to the right-of-way of the 
Algoma Central Railway in the Geographic Town- 
ship of Larson; thence northerly along that centre 
line to the centre line of the Michipicoten River; 
thence westerly along that centre line to the place 
of beginning. 

Saving and Excepting therefrom St. Joseph Island 
in the North Channel of Lake Huron. 

B. 1. That portion of the Territorial District of 
Nipissing lying south and e£ist of the city hmits 
of North Bay and the centre line of that part of 
the King's Highway known as No. 17 between 
North Bay and that part of the King's Highway 
known as No. 533 and a line drawn east astro- 
nomically to the Interprovincial Boundary between 
Ontario and Quebec. 

2. The Territorial District of Parry Sound, except 
the geographic townships of Conger, Cowper, Foley 
and Humphrey. 

3. The Provisional County of Haliburton. 

4. The Township of Somerville and those parts 
of the townships of Dalton, Laxton, Digby and 
Longford lying northerly of the right of way of that 
part of Secondary Highway known as No. 503 in 
the County of Victoria. 

5. Those parts of the County of Peterborough 
lying north of that part of the King's Highway 
known as No. 7. 

6. The townships of Bangor, Wicklow and Mc- 
Clure, Carlow, Cashel, Dungannon, Faraday, Her- 
schel, Limerick, Mayo, Monteagle and WoUaston in 
the County of Hastings. 

7. The Township of Ashby in the County of 
Lennox and Addington. O. Reg. 480/76, s. 6, part. 

Schedule 25 

Beginning at the intersection of the Interprovincial 
Boundary between Ontario and Quebec and the 
easterly production of the centre line of Ottertail 
Creek in Lake Timiskaming; thence in a westerly 
and southerly direction along that production and 
that centre line of Ottertail Creek and Otter Lake 
and a stream flowing into Otter Lake to the inter- 
section of a tributary to Otter Lake and the south- 
erly boundary of the Geographic Township of 
Gooderham; thence westerly along the southerly 
boundary of the geographic townships of Gooder- 
htun and Kenny to the centre line of Marten Lake; 



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thence westerly and northerly along the centre line 
of Marten Lake, Marten River, Red Cedar Lake, 
Temagami River, Cross Lake, the waters between 
Cross Lake and the South Arm of Lake Temagami, 
the South Arm of Lake Temagami and Lake 
Temagami to the most westerly extremity of 
Obabika Inlet of Lake Temagami; thence west 
astronomically to the centre line of Obabika Lake; 
thence in a southerly and westerly direction along 
that centre line to the most westerly extremity 
thereof; thence westerly in a straight line to the 
most easterly extremity of Wawiagama Lake; 
thence westerly along the centre line of Wawiagama 
Lake and Wawiagama Creek to the centre line of 
the Sturgeon River ; thence in a northwesterly direc- 
tion along that centre line to the easterly boundary 
of the Geographic Township of Stull; thence west 
astronomically to the centre line of Silvester Creek 
in the Geographic Township of Stull; thence south- 
erly along that centre line to the centre line of the 
Wanapitei River ; thence in a westerly and southerly 
direction along that centre line to the centre line 
of the right-of-way of the Canadian National Rail- 
way Company at Appelo ; thence northwesterly along 
that centre line to the centre line of that part of 
the King's Highway known as No. 560 at Ostrom ; 
thence northwesterly along that centre line to the 
northerly boundary of the Geographic Township 
of Vrooman; thence westerly along that northerly 
boundary to the centre line of that part of the 
King's Highway known as No. 144; thence southerly 
along that centre line to the centre line of Eastsand 
Creek in the Geographic Township of Invergarry; 
thence westerly along that centre line to the centre 
line of the East Spanish River; thence southerly 
along the centre line of the East Spanish River 
composed of Duke Lake, First Lake and Expanse 
Lake to the centre line of the Spanish River ; thence 
in a southerly and easterly direction along the 
centre line of the Spanish River and Agnew Lake 
to the easterly boundary of the Geographic Town- 
ship of Shakespeare ; thence southerly along that 
easterly boundary to the centre line of that part of 
the King's Highway known as No. 17; thence 
westerly along that centre line to the centre line 
of the Little Serpent River; thence westerly along 
that centre line to the high-water mark along the 
shore of Serpent Harbour; thence southwesterly, 
southeasterly and easterly along the high-water 
mark of Serpent Harbour and the North Channel 
of Lake Huron to the most easterly extremity of 
Bay of Islands; thence east astronomically to the 
centre line of that part of the King's Highway 
known as No. 68 ; thence southerly along that centre 
line to the northerly boundary of Indian Reserve 
No. 4; thence easterly along that northerly bound- 
ary to the high-water mark along the northerly 
shore of McGregor Bay ; thence in a general easterly 
direction along the high-water mark of McGregor 
Bay, Bay Finn, Frazer Bay and the northerly shore 
of Georgian Bay including all the offshore islands 
except Wardrope Island, Little La Cloche Island 
and Heywood Island, to the centre line of Fort 
Channel of the French River; thence easterly along 
the centre line of Fort Channel and the main channel 



of the French River to the confluence with the 
waters of Lake Nipissing ; thence easterly and north- 
erly along the high-water mark along the southerly 
and easterly shore of Lake Nipissing to the southerly 
limit of the City of North Bay; thence easterly 
and northerly along the southerly and easterly 
limits of the City of North Bay to the centre line 
of that part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 17; thence easterly along that centre line to 
the centre line of that part of the King's Highway 
known as No. 533 ; thence east astronomically to the 
Interprovincial Boundary between Ontario and 
Quebec; thence northerly along that boundary to 
the place of beginning. O. Reg. 480/76, s. 6, part. 

Schedule 26 

1. The geographic townships of Conger, Cowper, 
Foley and Humphrey in the Territorial District of 
Parry Sound. 

2. The District Municipality of Muskoka except 
those parts of the Township of Muskoka Lakes and 
the Town of Gravenhurst that were formerly the 
geographic townships of Medora and Wood lying 
easterly of the centre line of the right-of-way of 
the Canadian National Railway Company and 
northerly of the line between concessions XV and 
XVI in the said Geographic Township of Wood. 

3. Those parts of the Township of Matchedash in 
the County of Simcoe described as follows: 

[a) lots 20 to 23, both inclusive, in Conces- 
sion II ; 

[b) lots 19 to 27, both inclusive, in Conces- 
sion III ; 

(c) lots 15 to 27, both inclusive, in Conces- 
sion IV ; 

(d) lots 17 to 27, both inclusive, in Conces- 
sion V; 

{e) lots 15 to 26, both inclusive, in Conces- 
sion VI ; 

(/) lots 9 to 21, both inclusive, in Concession 
VII; 

(g) lots 3 to 18, both inclusive, in Concession 
VIII; 

(h) lots 1 to 16, both inclusive, in Concession 
IX; 

(i) lots 1 to 11, both inclusive, in Concession 

X; 

(;') lots 1 to 10, both inclusive, in Concession 
XI; 

(k) lots 1 to 8, both inclusive, in Concession 
XII; and 



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(/) lots 1 to 4, both inclusive, in Concession 
XIII. 

4. The County of Renfrew. 

5 Those parts of the County of Frontenac lying 
northerly of that part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 7. 

6. Those parts of the County of Lennox and 
Addington lying northerly of that part of the King's 
Highway known as No. 7 except the Township of 
Ashbv- 

7. The Township of Grimsthorpe, the Township 
of Lake, the Township of Tudor, and those parts of 
the Township of Elzevir, the Township of Madoc, 
and the Township of Marmora lying northerly of 
that part of the King's Highway known as No. 7 
in the County of Hastings. O. Reg. 480/76, s. 6, 
part. 

Schedule 27 

All those parts of the counties of Frontenac, 
Hastings and Lennox and Addington lying north 
of that part of the King's Highway known as No. 
401 and south of that part of the King's Highway 
known as No. 7. O. Reg. 480/76, s. 6, part. 



Schedule 28 

1. That part of The Regional Municipality of 
Ottawa-Carleton lying west of the Rideau River. 

2. The County of Grenville, excluding the G. 
Howard Ferguson Nursery in the Township of 
Oxford, and the County of Leeds. 

3. The County of Lanark. O. Reg. 480/76, s. 6, 
part. 



Schedule 29 

The counties of Dundas, Glengarry, Prescott, 
Russell and Stormont and that part of The Regional 
Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton lying east of the 
Rideau River. O. Reg. 480/76. s. 6, part. 

Schedule 30 

1. The County of Northumberland. 

2. The counties of Hastings, Lennox and Adding- 
ton and Frontenac lying southerly of that part of the 
King's Highway known as No. 401. 

3. The County of Grey except the Township of 
Keppel. 

4. The townships of Arran, Brant, Bruce, Elder- 
slie, Greenock, Kincardine and Saugeen in the 
County of Bruce. O. Reg. 480/76, s. 6, part. 



Schedule 31 



Those portions of the townships of Asphodel, 
North Monaghan, Otonabee and South Monaghan 
in the County of Peterborough lying south of that 
part of the King's Highway known as No. 7. O. Reg. 
480/76, s. 6, part. 

Schedule 32 

1. The counties of Brant, Elgin, Essex (except 
the Township of Maiden), Kent, Lambton, Middle- 
sex and Oxford. 

2. The regional municipalities of Haldimand- 
Norfolk and Niagara. O. Reg. 480/76, s. 6, part. 

Schedule 33 

The Township of Maiden in the County of Essex. 
O. Reg. 480/76, s. 6, part. 

Schedule 34 

1. The coimties of Dufferin, Huron, Perth and 
Wellington. 

2. The townships of Carrick, Culross, Huron and 
Kinloss in the County of Bruce. 

3. The regional municipalities of Halt on, Hamil- 
ton-Went worth. Peel, Waterloo and York. 

4. The townships of Brock and Uxbridge and the 
Town of Pickering in The Regional MunicipaUty of 
Durham. O. Reg. 480/76, s. 6, part. 

Schedule 35 

1. The townships of Albermarle, Amabel, East- 
nor, Lindsay and St. Edmunds in the County of 
Bruce. 

2. The Township of Keppel, except Griffith Island, 
in the County of Grey. O. Reg. 480/76, s. 6, part. 



Schedule 36 

All those lands in the Township of East Luther 
in the County of Dufferin and in the Township of 
West Luther in the County of Wellington described 
as follows: 

Firstly : 

Lots 20, 21, the south half of the north half of 
Lot 22 and the south half of the west half of the 
north half of Lot 23 in Concession IV; lots 19, 20, 
21 and 23 in Concession V; lots 19, 20 and 21 in 
Concession VI; lots 19, 20 and 21 in Concession 
VII; lots 19, 20 and 21 in Concession VIII; lots 
19, 20 and 21 in Concession IX; and lots 19, 20 and 
21 in Concession X, all in the said Township of 
East Luther. 



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Secondly: 

Lot 13, the north half of Lot 16, all of lots 17 and 
18 in Concession V; the east half of Lot 13 and all 
of lots 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18 in Concession VI ; 
the south half of Lot 13 and all of lots 14, 15, 16, 
17 and 18 in Concession VII ; the north half of Lot 
13, the north half of Lot 14, the east half of the south 
half of Lot 14, the east half of the west half of the 
south half of Lot 14, all of lots 15, 16, 17 and 18 in 
Concession VIII; lots 13, 14, 15. 16, 17 and 18 in 
Concession IX; and lots 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18 in 
Concession X, all in the said Township of West 
Luther. O. Reg. 480/76, s. 6, part. 



Schedule 37 

All those lands in the Township of Scugog in The 
Regional Municipality of Durham, formerly in the 
Township of Reach, described as follows: 

Lot 19, Lot 20 west of the Whitby and Port Perry 
extension railway (now Canadian National Railway 
Company), the south half of Lot 21 west of the said 
railway line in Concession XI, all of Lot 19, the 
north half of lots 20 and 21 west of the said railway 
line, and the west half of the south half of Lot 20 
west of the Whitby and Port Perry extension rail- 
way (now the Canadian National Railway Company) 
in Concession X; the east half of the south half of 
Lot 14, the west quarter of the south half of Lot 14, 
the west half of Lot 15, the south half of Lot 16, 
the south half of Lot 17, the south half of the north 
half of Lot 16, the north half of Lot 18 and the 
north half of the south half of Lot 18, that part of 
Lot 19 in Concession IX lying west of the Whitby 
and Port Perry extension railway (now the Canadian 
National Railway Company), the east half of Lot 
14, all of Lot 15, and the east half of the north half 
of Lot 16 in Concession VIII, the south half of 
Lot 13, all of Lot 14, the north half of Lot 15, and 
the west half of the south half of Lot 15 in Con- 
cession VII in the said Township of Reach. O. Reg. 
480/76, s. 6, part. 

Schedule 38 

That part of the Township of Keppel in the 
County of Grey known as Griffith Island. O. Reg. 
480/76, s. 6, part. 

Schedule 39 

The Township of Cavan in the County of Peter- 
borough; the townships of Manvers and Mariposa 
in the County of Victoria; and the Township of 
Scugog, formerly the townships of Cartwright, 
Reach and Scugog, and the Town of Newcastle, 
formerly the townships of Clarke and Darlington, 
in The Regional Municipality of Durham. O. Reg. 
480/76, s. 6, part. 



THE PUBLIC HOSPITALS ACT 

O. Reg. 481 /76. 

Special Grant. 
Made— May 17th, 1976. 
Approved — May 26th, 1976. 
Filed— June 1st, 1976. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 
THE PUBLIC HOSPITALS ACT 

SPECIAL GRANT 

1. The Minister may pay a special grant by way 
of provincial aid, on or before the 1st day of June, 
1976, to Hotel Dieu Hospital, Cornwall, in the 
amount of $99,736, which shall be applied by the 
Hospital against its unmanageable interest bearing 
debt. O. Reg. 481/76, s. 1. 

Bette Stephenson 

Acting Minister of Health 

Dated at Toronto, this 17th day of May, 1976. 
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THE HEALTH INSURANCE ACT, 1972 

O. Reg. 482/76. 

General. 

Made— May 26th, 1976. 

Filed— June 1st, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 323/72 

MADE UNDER 

THE HEALTH INSURANCE ACT, 1972 

1. Items 47 and 56 of Part III of Schedule 11 
to Ontario Regulation 323/72 are revoked 
and the following substituted therefor : 



47. Midland 



Midland District Ambulance 
Service 



56. Petawawa 



Upper Ottawa Valley 
Ambulance 



(8141) 



2. This Regulation shall be deemed to have 
come into force on the 1st day of April, 
1976. 



25 (8143) 

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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 486/76 2575 



THE MENTAL HEALTH ACT 

O. Reg. 483/76. 

Application of Act. 
Made— May 26th, 1976. 
Filed— June 1st, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 576 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 

MADE UNDER 

THE MENTAL HEALTH ACT 



1970 



1. — (1) Item 17 of Schedule 3 to section 1 of 
Regulation 576 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1970, as remade by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 545/74, is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor: 



17. Toronto 



Borough of York Child 
Guidance Clinic 



(2) The said Schedule 3, as remade by section 1 
of Ontario Regulation 545 '74 and amended 
by Ontario Regulations 638/74, 685/74, 617/75, 
4/76 and 280 '76 is further amended by adding 
thereto the following item: 



3a. Goderich 



(8144) 



Huron Centre for Children 
and Youth 



25 



THE CHILDREN'S MENTAL HEALTH 
CENTRES ACT 

O. Reg. 484/76. 
Application of Act. 
Made— May 26th, 1976. 
FUed— June 1st, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 32/71 

MADE UNDER 

THE CHILDREN'S MENTAL HEALTH 

CENTRES ACT 

1. — (1) Item 52 of section 1 of Ontario R^u- 
lation 32/71, as remade by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 389/76, is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor : 



52. Toronto 



Borough of York Child 
Guidance Clinic 



(2) The said section 1 , as remade by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 389/76, is amended by 
adding thereto the following item: 

11a. Goderich Huron Centre for Children and 

Youth 

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THE GENERAL SESSIONS ACT 

O. Reg. 485/76. 

Sittings of the General Sessions of the 
Peace for the District of Sudbury. 
Made— May 31st, 1976. 
Filed— June 1st, 1976. 



THE GENERAL SESSIONS ACT 

In The Matter Of The General Sessions Act; and 

In The Matter Of the sittings of the General 
Sessions of the Peace for the District of Sudbury. 

ORDER 

It Is Ordered that a sittings of the Court of 
General Sessions of the Peace for the District of 
Sudbury, shall be held, commencing on Monday, 
July 19th. 1976. 

And It Is Further Ordered that a copy of 
this Order shall be mailed by ordinary post to the 
Attorney General of Ontario, and that a copy of 
this Order shall be posted in the ofi&ce of the Clerk 
of the District Court of the District of Sudbury, 
and in the ofi&ce of the Clerk of the General Sessions 
of the Peace for the said District. O. Reg. 485/76. 

Dated at the City of Toronto, in The Municipality 
of Metropolitan Toronto, this 31st day of May, 
1976. 

W. E. C. Colter 

Chief Judge of the County 

and District Courts of the 

Counties and Districts of Ontario 



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THE GENERAL SESSIONS ACT 
THE COUNTY COURTS ACT 

O. Reg. 486/76. 

Sittings of the General Sessions of the 
Peace and sittings of the County 
Court for the Judicial District of 
Niagara South. 

Made— May 31st, 1976. 

Filed— June 1st, 1976. 



THE GENERAL SESSIONS ACT 
THE COUNTY COURTS ACT 

In The Matter Of The General Sessions Act, and 
of The County Courts Act; and 

In The Matter Of the sittings of the General 
Sessions of the Peace and of the sittings of the 
Coimty Court for the trial of issues of fact and 



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assessment of damages with or without a jury, 
for the Judicial District of Niagara South. 

ORDER 

Whereas the sittings of the Court of General 
Sessions of the Peace and the sittings of the County 
Court for the trial of issues of fact and assessment 
of damages with or without a jury, for the Judicial 
District of Niagara South, are present scheduled 
for Thursday, October 28th, 1976; 

And Whereas it is desirable to hold the said 
sittings on the 1st day of November, 1976, instead 
of the 28th day of October, 1976 ; 

Therefore It Is Ordered that the sittings of 
the Court of General Sessions of the Peace and the 
sittings of the County Court for the trial of issues 
of fact and the assessment of damages with or with- 
out a jury, for the Judicial District of Niagara 
South, shall be held commencing on Monday, 
November 1st, 1976. 

And It Is Further Ordered that a copy of 
this Order shall be mailed by ordinary post to the 
Attorney General of Ontario, and that a copy of 
this Order shall be posted in the office of the Clerk 
of the County Court of the Judicial District of 
Niagara South and in the office of the Clerk of the 
General Sessions of the Peace for the said County. 
O. Reg. 486/76. 

Dated at the City of Toronto, in The Municipality 
of Metropolitan Toronto, this 31st day of May, 
1976. 

W. E. C. Colter 

Chief Judge of the County 

and District Courts of the 

Counties and Districts of Ontario 



(8147) 



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THE MILK ACT 

O. Reg. 487/76. 

Grade A Milk — Marketing. 
Made- May 28th, 1976, 
Filed— June 1st, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 591 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER 

THE MILK ACT 

1. — (1) Subsection 5a of section 16 of Regu- 
lation 591 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1970, as remade by subsection 3 of section 1 
of Ontario Regulation 311/75, is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor: 



(5a) All Class 4a milk supplied to a processor 
shall be sold by the marketing board and bought 
by the processor for not less than a minimum price 
of $8.91 per 100 pounds for milk testing 3.5 per cent 
milk-fat where the milk is delivered to the processor 
by tank truck. O. Reg. 487/76, s. 1 (1). 

(2) Subsection 56 of the said section 16, as 
remade by subsection 3 of section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 382/76, is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor: 

(56) All Class 46 milk supplied to a processor 
shall be sold by the marketing board and bought by 
the processor for not less than a minimum price of 
$9.10 per 100 pounds for milk testing 3.5 per cent 
milk-fat where the milk is delivered to the processor 
by tank truck. O. Reg. 487/76, s. 1 (2). 

(3) Subsection 6 of the said section 16, as 
remade by subsection 4 of section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 382/76, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

(6) All Class 5 milk supplied to a processor 
shall be sold by the marketing board and bought 
by the processor for not less than a minimum price 
of $8.66 per 100 pounds for milk testing 3.5 per cent 
milk-fat where the milk is delivered to the processor 
by tank truck. O. Reg. 487/76, s. 1 (3). 

(4) Subsection 6a of the said section 16, as 
remade by subsection 5 of section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 382/76, is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor : 

(6a) All Class 5a milk supplied to a processor 
shall be sold by the marketing board and bought 
by the processor for not less than a minimum price 
of $8.70 per 100 pounds for milk testing 3.5 per cent 
milk-fat where the milk is delivered to the processor 
by tank truck. O. Reg. 487/76, s. 1 (4). 

(5) Subsection 7 of the said section 16, as 
remade by subsection 6 of section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 382/76, is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor: 

(7) All Class 6 milk supplied to a processor 
shall be sold by the marketing board and bought 
by the processor for not less than a minimum price 
of $8.66 per 100 pounds for milk testing 3.5 per cent 
milk-fat where the milk is delivered to the processor 
by tank truck. O. Reg. 487/76, s. 1 (5). 

The Ontario Milk Marketing Board: 

G. R. McLaughlin 

Chairman 

H. Parker 

Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 28th day of May, 1976. 



(8148) 



25 



874 



0. Reg. 488/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 489/76 2577 



THE MILK ACT 

O. Reg. 488/76. 
Industrial Milk — Marketing. 
Made— May 28th, 1976. 
Filed— June 1st, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 593 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 

MADE UNDER 

THE MILK ACT 



1970 



1. — (1) Subsection 3 of section 13 of Regu- 
lation 593 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1970, as remade by subsection 3 of section 1 
of Ontario Regulation 312/75, is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor: 

(3) All Class 4a milk supplied to a processor 
shall be sold by the marketing board and bought 
by the processor for not less than a minimum price 
of $8.91 per 100 jx)unds for milk testing 3.5 per cent 
milk-fat where the milk is delivered to the processor 
by tank truck. O. Reg. 488/76, s. 1 (1). 

(2) Subsection 3a of the said section 13, as 
remade by subsection 3 of section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 383/76, is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted therefor; 

(3a) All Class 46 milk supplied to a processor 
shall be sold by the marketing board and bought 
by the processor for not less than a minimum price 
of $9.10 per 100 pounds for milk testing 3.5 per cent 
milk-fat where the milk is delivered to the processor 
by tank truck. O. Reg. 488/76, s. 1 (2). 

(3) Subsection 4 of the said section 13, as 
remade by subsection 4 of section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 383/76, is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor; 

(4) AH Class 5 milk supplied to a processor 
shall be sold by the marketing board and bought 
by the processor for not less than a minimum price 
of $8.66 per 100 pounds for milk testing 3.5 per cent 
milk-fat where the milk is delivered to the processor 
by tank truck. O. Reg. 488/76, s. 1 (3). 

(4) Subsection 4a of the said section 13, as 
remade by subsection 5 of section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 383/76, is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor : 

(4a) All Class 5a milk supplied to a processor 
shall be sold by the marketing board and bought 
by the processor for not less than a minimum price 
of $8.70 per 100 pounds for milk testing 3.5 per cent 
milk-fat where the milk is delivered to the processor 
by tank truck. O. Reg. 488/76, s. 1 (4). 



(5) Subsection 5 of the said section 13, as 
remade by subsection 6 of section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 383/76, is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor : 

(5) All Class 6 milk supplied to a processor 
shall be sold by the marketing board and bought 
by the processor for not less than a minimum price 
of $8.66 per 100 pounds for milk testing 3.5 per cent 
milk-fat where the milk is delivered to the processor 
by tank truck. O. Reg. 488/76, s. 1 (5). 

2. Paragraph 1 of subsection 1 of section 20 of 
the said Regulation, as remade by section 2 
of Ontario Regulation 383/76, is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor; 

1. A payment on account, at the rate of 
$5.63 per 100 pounds, not later than the 
fourteenth day of the next following month 
or, where a holiday falls within the first 
twelve days of that month, not later than 
the fifteenth day of that month. 



The Ontario Milk Marketing Board; 

G. R. McLaughlin 

Chairman 

H. Parker 

Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 28th day of May, 1976. 
(8149) 25 



THE MILK ACT 

O. Reg. 489/76. 

Cheese — Marketing. 
Made— May 28th, 1976. 
Filed— June 1st, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 299/73 

MADE UNDER 

THE MILK ACT 

Schedule 2 to Ontario Regulation 299/73, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
381/76, is amended by adding thereto the 
following ; 



Pine Grove Farms Inc. 
(Operating as Pine Grove 
Cheese Factory) 



Lakefield 



875 



2578 O. Reg. 489/76 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 490/76 



The Ontario Milk Marketing Board: 

G. R. McLaughlin 

Chairman 

H. Parker 

Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 28th day of May, 1976. 
(8150) 25 



THE RESIDENTIAL PREMISES RENT 
REVIEW ACT, 1975 (2nd Session) 

O. Reg. 490/76. 

General. 

Made— May 26th, 1976. 

Filed— June 2nd, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 1038/75 

MADE UNDER 

THE RESIDENTIAL PREMISES RENT 

REVIEW ACT, 1975 (2nd Session) 

1. Section 7 of Ontario Regulation 1038/75 is 
revoked and the following substituted there- 
for: 

7. Where the Rent Review Officer holds a hearing 
for the purposes of subsection 3 of section 4 of the 
Act, his order shall be made in Form 11 A. O. Reg. 
490/76, s. 1. 

2. Sections 12, 13 and 14 of the said Regulation 
are revoked and the following substituted 
therefor : 

12. A landlord's application for a rent increase 
under subsection 3 of section 5 of the Act shall 
be made in Form 5 or, in respect of a rent increase 
commencing on or after the 1st day of August, 
1976, in Form 5A. O. Reg. 490/76, s. 2, part. 

13. A tenant's request for justification of a rent 
increase under subsection 4 of section 5 of the Act 
shall be made in Form 5 or, in respect of a rent 
increase commencing on or after the 1st day of 
August, 1976, in Form 5A and at the same time 
the tenant shall file a copy thereof with the Rent 
Review Officer. O. Reg. 490/76, s. 2, part. 



14. A landlord's application to justify a rent 
increase under subsection 5 of section 5 of the Act 
shall be made in Form 5, or in respect of a rent 
increase commencing on or after the 1st day of 
August, 1976, in Form 5A. O. Reg. 490/76, s. 2, 
part. 

3. Subsection 2 of section 16 of the said Regu- 
lation is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor : 

(2) The Rent Review Officer shaU forward a copy 
of his order to the landlord by registered mail and 
shall provide the landlord with as many copies of 
Form 5 or Form 5A, as the case may be, as are 
necessary so that the landlord may complete one 
Form 5 or Form 5A, as the case may be, for each 
residential premises. O. Reg. 490/76, s. 3. 

4. Sections 17, 19, 23 and 26 of the said Regu- 
lation are revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 

17. An application made by a landlord under 
subsection 12 of section 5 of the Act shall be made 
in Form 5, or, in respect of a rent increase com- 
mencing on or after the 1st day of August, 1976, 
in Form 5A. O. Reg. 490/76, s. 4, part. 



19. An application under clause a of section 11 
of the Act shall be made in Form 5 or, in the case 
of a rent increase commencing on or after the 1st 
day of August, 1976, in Form 5A and at the same 
time a copy thereof shall be given personally or by 
ordinary mail to the landlord or tenant, as the 
case may be. O. Reg. 490/76, s. 4, part. 



23. A notice of hearing by the Rent Review 
Officer under subsection 8 of section 5 of the Act 
shall be in Form lOA. O. Reg. 490/76, s. 4, part. 



26. Subject to sections 6 and 7, the final decision 
and order of the Rent Review Officer shall be made 
in Form 11 A. O. Reg. 490/76, s. 4, part. 

5. Forms 1 to 6, both inclusive, and Forms 8, 
9, 10, 11 and 12 of the said Regulation are 
amended by striking out the words "Ministry 
of Housing" where they occur and inserting 
in lieu thereof in each instance "Ministry of 
Consumer and Commercial Relations". 



876 



O. Reg. 490/76 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

6. Form 7 of the said Regulation is revoked and the following substituted therefor: 



2579 



Ministry of 
Consumer and 
Commercial 
Ontario Relations 



Forni? 

The Residential Premises 

Rent Review Act 1975 (2nd Session) 

SO. 1975. C. 12 



Order to File 

Applications for Rent Review 



To: 



In the matter of the residential premises known as: 



I hereby order that you file an Application for Rent Review in Form 5A on or before the. 
, 19... for each of the following: 



day of 



f 



Dated the 



day of 



19 



Rent Review Officer 



O. Reg. 490/76. s. 6. 



877 



2580 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 490/76 

7. The said Regulation is amended by adding thereto the following Forms: 

Ministry of Form 5A ADDlication for 

Consumer and I''":"''""!""^.'^ . c . Ren Review 

„ . , Rent Review Act, 1975 (2nd Session) neni neview 

Commercial S.0. 1975. C. 12 
Ontario Relations 



General Instructions 

1. Before completing this application, detach this sheet and read carefully these general instructions and the appropriate instructions and 
the definitions below. 

2. It is imperative that you check the appropriate box indicating whether you are applying as a landlord or as a tenant. Your application can- 
not be processed unless you check the applicable box. 

3. All rents requested must be on a monthly basis. If you are or m\\ be paying or charging rent on a weekly basis, multiply your rent by 4.3 in 
order to arrive at the monthly rent. 

4. When this Application for Rent Review is originated by a tenant(s), the landlord has 15 days from receipt of the application to; 

(a) Come to an agreement with the tenant(s) to reduce the amount of the rent Increase - OR - 

(b) File an Application for Rent Review 

If the landlord does not do either of the above within that 15 days, the tenant should file an Application For Rent Increase Nullification 
with the local Rent Review Office. 

5. When submitting this form attach photocopies (if possible) of the tenancy agreement(s) which applied to the residential premises for: 

(a) The last full month they were rented prior to August 1, 1976 - AND - 

(b) For the period for which you are applying for rent review. 

6. When this application is submitted by either a landlord or a tenant because of the discontinuance of a service, privilege, accommodation or 
thing none of the time limits described In these instructions or the instructions below apply. 

7. Use this form for a tenancy agreement granting or renewing occupancy of residential premises for a period commencing anytime on or 
after August 1, 1976 but prior to August 1, 1977. For a tenancy agreement granting or renewing occupancy of residential premises 
prior to August 1, 1976 use Form 5. 



Instructions to the Tenant 

1 . Complete this form to dispute a rent increase for a tenancy agreement granting or renewing occupancy of residential premises for a period 
commencing anytime on or after August 1, 1976 but prior to August 1, 1977. 

2. The "other party" Copy of this application must be received by your landlord within 60 days of your receiving notice of a rent increase. 
At the same time forward the original copy to your local Rent Review Office. 



Instructions to the Landlord 

1. Complete this form if: 

(a) You desire to Increase rent by more than 8% over the amount charged for the residential premises the last full month they were 
rented prior to August 1, 1976-OR- A tenant(s) has disputed the amount of a rent increase (See General Instruction 4 above) 
-AND- 

(b) You have or Intend to enter into a tenancy agreement granting or renewing occupancy of the residential premises for any period 
commencing anytime on or after August 1, 1976. 

2. The original copy of this application must be received by the Rent Review Office and the "other party" copy by the tenant(s): 
60 days prior to the commencement or renewal of the tenancy agreement. 

These same time limits do not apply if you have received from the Rent Review Office an Order to File Applications for Rent Review for 
additional residential premises. 

3. You must attach a list of all residential premises situate in the same building or project as the premises which are the subject of this 
application as required under Section 5 (10) of the Act. This list should also include the present rent charged for each residential 
premises and the termination or renewal date for each tenancy agreement 

4. You must submit a separate Application (Form 5A) for Rent Review for each residential premises for which you are applying for a rent 
increase. 



Definitions 

"Residential Premises" - refers to the premises which are the subject of this application and means: 
(1) any premises used or intended to be used for residential purposes, and 
(ii) land used as a site for a mobile home used for residential purposes. 

"Rent" - Includes the amount of any consideration paid or given or required to be paid or given by or on behalf of a tenant for occupancy 
of residential premises and for any service, privilege, accommodation or thing that the landlord provides for the tenant, whether 
or not a separate charge Is made for such service, privilege, accommodation or thing. 
On this form the rent requested Is divided into Unit Basic Rent and Separaie Charges. Unit Basic Rent means the rent charged for the resi- 
dential premises and does not include any separate charges payable to the landlord for a service, privilege, accommodation or thing. For 
example, if a tenancy agreement states that the monthly rent Is $200.00 plus $20.00 for parking, you should put the $200.00 under Unit Basic 
Rent and $20.00 under Separate Charges. However, if a tenancy agreement states that the monthly rent is $220.00 including the use of parking 
space (and the agreement does not state what portion of the $220.00 is allocated to parking space), you should put the $220.00 all under 
Unit Basic Rent. 

"Tenancy Agreement" - means an agreement between a landlord and a tenant for possession of residential premises, whether written, 
oral or implied. 



878 



O. Reg. 490/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Application for 
Rent Review 



2581 



By a: 

^ Tenant 
D Landlord 



Be sure to check the appropriate box indicating whether you are appiying as a landlord or tenant 
Print Of type only 



Was an application on this „ Yes 
unit filed prior to this one? Z No 





Tenant 




Landlord 


Family 
Name 


First 
Name 


Middle 
Name 


Name of Landlord or Agent 



AfiL/Room Number 



City or Town 



I 



Postal Code 



City or Town 



Postal Code 



Home Telephone 



Business Telephone 



Business Telephone 



Mailing Address (if different from above) 



Mailing Address (if different from above) 



Monthly Rent Charged since January Isl 1974 
to Month of proposed increase 

1st 1974 



Monttily rent in these calculations includes the Unit Basic Rent (see definition) 
plus ail separate charges (eg parking) payable to the landlord. You must 
specify each separate charge and ttie monthly rate. Attach a separate sheet if 



Monthly Rent 
Charged 



Rent for Last Full Month Premises 
Rented Prior to August 1 , 1 976 


Monthly Rent Proposed 


Unit Basic Rent $ 


Unit Basic Rent $ 


-^Separate charges; $ 
(speofy) 


^Separate charges: S 
(specify) 



Total 



Total 



Effective Date of Rent Increase 
Covered By This Application 



Dates of existing Tenancy Agreement 






Dates of Tenancy Agreement Covered 
By This Application 



From 



Refer to definition of rent on cover page. List any char>ge(s) made or proposed in any service, privilege, accommodation or thing 
provided by the landlord to the tenant(s). Give the effective date of any such change(s). 



879 



2582 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 490/76 



Landlord's Use Only — State particulars which you claim justify rent increase. Attach separate sheet if necessary. 



I/We certify that the information supplied on this form is accurate and complete. (Sign each copy) 
Date: Signature 





Landlord/Tenant 


(Delete whichever is inapplicable) 


FOR RENT REVIEW OFFICE USE ONLY 









1376 Ed. 5/76 



RENT REVIEW OFFICE 



O. Reg. 490/76, s. 7, part. 



880 



O. Reg. 490/76 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 2583 

Ministry of f"*^!" ""^^ , „ Notice Of 

' The Residential Premises , , . 

Consumer and P^n, Pe^ie^ ^^t 1 975 {2nd Session) Hearing 

Commercial SO. 1975, C. 12 

Ontario Relations 



To: 



In the matter of 



I 

K' Take notice that a hearing before the Rent Review Officer will be held at 

R^intlM of 

^^ Dated the day of 19 



Rent Review Officer 



1360 Ed. 5/76 

This is your copy of the Notice of Hearing giving details as to time and place of your hearing before the Rent Review 
Officer. If you are unable to attend the hearing, you may complete the attached authorization form to appoint 
another person to attend and act on your behalf. Your representative must file this form with the Rent Review Office. 
If you do not attend, and are not represented by an agent or by a duly authorized representative, you will lose your 
right under Sec. 13 (1) of the Residential Premises Rent Review Act, 1975 (2nd Session), to appeal the decision of 
the Rent Review Officer. As a party to the hearing, you or your agent also have access to the material pertaining to 
your application filed with the Rent Review Office. 

AGENCY AUTHORIZATION 

Please print or type 

I '. do hereby nominate, constitute and 

appoint as my agent to represent me and to act for and 

a.m. 
on my behalf in all matters concerning a Rent Review Hearing to be held at the hour of p.m. 

on the day of , 1 9 , at in the 

municipality of and at any adjournments or postponements thereof 

artd this shall be good and sufficient authority to my said agent or representative for so doing. 

Dated this day of , 1 9 



Witness Signature 

O. Reg. 490/76, s. 7, part. 



881 



2584 



Ministry of 
Consumer and 
Commercial 
Ontario Relations 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Form 11 A 

The Residential Premises 

Rent Review Act, 1975 (2ncl Session) 

SO. 1975, C. 12 



O. Reg. 490/76 



ORDER 



In the matter of an application for 

pursuant to the provisions of The Residential Premises Rent Review Act, 1975 (2nd Session) S.O. 1975 C. 12 

In the matter of the residential premises known as 

BETWEEN: 

^ (Landlord, Tenant) 

- and - 

^ (Landlord, Tenant) 



ORDER 



Upon the application of 

and upon considering all the evidence submitted and filed; 

IT IS HEREBY ORDERED THAT 



(Landlord, Tenant) 



Dated this 



day of 



19 



Rent Review Officer 



(8165) 



882 



O. Reg. 490/76, s. 7, part. 
25 



O. Reg. 491/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2585 



THE TRAVEL INDUSTRY ACT, 1974 

O. Reg. 491 /76. 

General. 

Made— May 26th, 1976. 

Filed— June 2nd, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 367/75 

MADE UNDER 

THE TRAVEL INDUSTRY ACT, 1974 

1. Subsection 9 of section 15 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 367/75, as amended by subsection 1 of 
section 2 of Ontario Regulation 712/75, 
is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor : 

(9) Every travel wholesaler and every travel 
agent who is a participant in a compensation 
fund referred to in section 16 shall, when making 
additional payments as required in section 11 of 
the Schedule, transmit to the Trustee, 

(a) with the half year payment, a statement 
prejjared in accordance with Form 10; 

(6) with the second half year payment or 
annual payment, a statement prepared in 
accordance with Form 10 which shall 
include a statement completed by a public 
accountant licensed under The Public 
Accountancy Act or such person as the 
R^strar approves. O. Reg. 491/76, s. 1. 

2. The heading to section 16 and section 16 of 
the said Regulation are revoked and the 
following substituted therefor : 

16. Every travel agent and every travel whole- 
saler shall participate in a compensation fund the 
terms of which are set out in the Schedule. 
O. Reg. 491/76, s. 2. 

3. The said R^ulation is amended by adding 
thereto the following Schedule : 

Schedule 

TERMS OF COMPENSATION FUND 

I NTERPRETATION 

1. In this Schedule, 

(a) "approved securities" means investments 
in which a trust company may invest 
moneys received by it for guaranteed 
investment under section 153 of The 
Loan and Trust Corporations Act ; 

(b) "Board" means the Board of Trustees as 
appointed under section 5 of this Schedule ; 



(c) "default" of or by a participant means 
a failure by such participant to meet any 
liability or obligation of such participant 
pursuant to this Schedule ; 

(d) "direction of the Board" means a copy of 
a resolution of the Board duly certified 
by its Chairman or Secretary ; 

(e) "fund" means the comp>ensation fund as 
provided for by section 8 of this Schedule ; 

(/) "participant" means any travel agent or 
travel wholesaler who is a subscriber to 
the fund with the approved of the Regis- 
trar; 

(g) "Trustee" includes any successor Trustee 
appointed under subsection 7 of section 17 
of this ScheduJe. 

2. Except as provided in this Regulation, where 
there is a reference in this Schedule to the exercise 
of a discretion by the Trustee, the Board or the 
Director, as the case may be. such exercise shall 
be sole, absolute and imcontrolled, and in no 
circumstances shall any such exercise be subject 
to any right in respect thereof of any person for 
any reason whatsoever. 

ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANTS 

3. The following are eligible to participate in the 
fund: 

1. Any travel agent who is registered or 
entitled to be roistered under the Act. 

2. Any travel wholesaler who is registered 
or entitled to be registered under the Act 
and who is not exempt from participation 
by this R^ulation. 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

4. Except for the duties and responsibilities of 
the Trustee and the Director pursuant to this 
Schedule, the affairs of the fund shaU be managed 
by a Board of Trustees. 

5. — (1) On CM^ after the 1st day of June, 1976, a 
Board shall be appointed by the Minister to hold 
office until the expiry of the 31st day of August, 
1976, which Board shall be composed of not more 
than nine members and not less than five members 
and the Minister shall designate one of the mem- 
bers appointed to the Board to act as Chairman and 
another member to act as Vice-Chairman. 

(2) On or after the 1st day of September, 1976, 
a Board shall be appointed by the Lieutenant 
Governor in Council and shaU be composed of not 
more than nine members »nd not less than five 
members as the Lieutenant Governor in Council 
may from time to time determine and the Lieu- 



883 



2586 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 491/76 



tenant Governor in Council shall designate one of 
the members appointed to the Board to act as 
Chairman and another member to act as Vico- 
Chairman. 

6. A member of the Board shall be disqualified 
from participating in any deliberation or decision 
of the Board with respect to any claim, by a client 
of a participant or a participant, made under 
section 15 of this Schedule where the member is 
the participant or an officer or director of the 
participant. 

7. — (1) A majority of the Board constitutes a 
quorum. 

(2) The Board may pass by-laws with respect to 
the conduct of its business. 

(3) The Board shall record its meetings by 
minutes. 

(4) Except as provided in subsection 5, any 
reference to Board in this Schedule shall be 
deemed to be a reference to a Board appointed 
under subsection 1 or 2 of section 5 of this 
Schedule. 

(5) A member of the Board appointed under 
subsection 2 of section 5 of this Schedule shall 
be entitled to compensation for so acting in an 
amount to be determined by the Lieutenant 
Governor in Council and all members of the Board 
appointed under section 5 of this Schedule shall 
be entitled to be paid reasonable expenses for 
attending meetings of the Board. 

8. — (1) The fund established under section 4.01 
of Schedule A to Form 11, as the section and 
Schedule existed immediately prior to this Schedule 
coming into force, is continued, subject to the 
terms and conditions of this Schedule, and any 
moneys heretofore paid into such fund shall be 
deemed to be moneys paid into the fund now 
continued under this Schedule. 



(2) Any agreement heretofore entered into pur- 
suant to Form 11 and Schedule A thereto, as the 
Form and Schedule existed immediately prior to 
this Schedule coming into force, is deemed to be 
null and void. 

9. The situs of the fund shall be at aU times 
in the Province of Ontario and the property and 
interest comprising such fund shall at all times 
be held by the Trustee from time to time in the 
Province of Ontario. 



PAYMENTS FROM PARTICIPANTS 

10. The corpus of ^e fund shall be composed 
of the payments of the participants contributed in 
the manner set out in section 1 1 of this Schedule. 



11. Each participant on behalf of himself and 
for each branch office he maintains shall make a 
minimum initial payment to the fund of three 
hundred dollars with additional payments to be made 
to the fund as follows : 

1. Each participant who is a registered 
travel agent shall make an additional 
half yearly payment of an amount equal 
to four dollars ($4.00) for every $10,000 
of sales volume, including commissions, 
or for any fraction thereof, made during 
such half year period. 

2. The half yearly payment made under 
paragraph 1 shall be transmitted to the 
Trustee within twenty-one days of the end 
of the month for which the half yearly 
payment is made and the end of the first 
half yearly f)eriod shall be the 30th day of 
December. 

3. Each participant who is a registered 
travel wholesaler shall make an additional 
half yearly payment of an amount equal to 
ten dollars ($10.00) for every $10,000 of 
sales volume, including commissions, or 
for any fraction thereof, made during such 
half year period. 

4. The half yearly payment made under 
paragraph 3 shall be transmitted to the 
Trustee within twenty-one days of the 
end of the month for which the half yearly 
payment is made and the end of the first 
half yearly period shall be the 30th day of 
December. 

5. Where the participant referred to in 
paragraph 1 or 3 is a public carrier, the 
sale of online or interline transportation 
shall not be included in the sales volume. 



6. When each participant has been advised 
by the Trustee that the fund has a book 
value of $1,500,000, subject to section 12 
of this Schedule, no further additional 
payment for any following half year period 
shall be made under paragraph 1 or 3. 



12. At any time when the fund is or would be 
reduced by reason of the payment or proposed 
payments by the fund to a claimant or on behalf of 
one or more of the participants or, where the 
amount of any such payment or proposed payment 
by the fund would reduce the book value of the 
fund to less than $1,000,000, each participant, 
on notice from the Trustee, shall resume or continue 
to make the additional payments provided for in 
paragraphs 1 and 3 of section 11 of this Schedule, 
until such time as the amount of such payment or 
payments from the fund are made up or the fund 
is restored to a book value of at least $1,500,000. 



884 



O. Reg. 491/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2587 



13. At any time when the fund is or would 
be reduced by reason of the payment or proposed 
payments by the fund to a claimant or on behalf 
of one or more of the participants in an amount 
which the Registrar considers inappropriate and 
where the fund has not reached a book value of 
11,000,000, each participant, on notice from the 
Trustee, shall make additional payments equal 
to the payments provided for in paragraphs 1 and 3 
of section 11 of this Schedule until such time as 
the amount of such payment ot payments from the 
fund are made up. 

COMPENSATION FUND 

14. — ( 1 ) The Trustee shall hold all money received 
by it from participants or others pursuant to this 
Schedule, including any amounts received under a 
bond or other security of a participant that has 
been forfeited and all income on any such money 
and all rights conferred under this Schedule in 
trust for the benefit of such of the holders of 
claims as the Board may from time to time in its 
discretion approve as provided in this Schedule, 
and all such money and income shall constitute the 
fund to be dealt with and distributed in accordance 
with this Schedule. 

(2) The Trustee shall maintain a record of 
amounts received from, on behalf of or in respect 
of each participant. 

(3) All such amounts received by the Trustee 
into the fund shall be credited to a participant or 
participants and the Trustee's decision in respect 
of such crediting shall be final. 

(4) No crediting of an amount to a participant 
shall, as such, give that participant any rights to 
that amount. 

(5) The Trustee shall keep the fund invested in 
approved securities. 

(6) The Trustee shall collect and receive all 
income from the fimd and shall, after deducting 
his fees, costs, taxes, charges and expenses pursuant 
to section 19 of this Schedule, invest the balance 
of such income in accordance with the provisions 
of section 18 of this Schedule. 

(7) The Trustee shall keep complete records of 
its administration of the fund on the basis of a 
fiscal year ending on the 30th day of June in each 
year. 

■ (8) A copy of the financial statements of the fund 

! certified by the Trustee, shall be delivered to each 
I member of the Board and the Registrar within 
I thirty (30) days after the end of each fiscal year 
or so soon thereafter as is reasonably possible. 

(9) The statements referred to in subsection 8 
shall include, where applicable, the following in- 
formation : 



1. The amount owing under this Schedule 
by any participant to the Trustee which 
has not been paid when due. 

2. The amount of all receipts and the source 
thereof. 

3. The amount of all payments to or on 
behalf of participants. 

4. A complete statement of all receipts and 
disbursements for claims in respect of 
each participant who was in default during 
the fiscal year. 

5. A statement of all credits and debits to 
the capital of the fund. 

6. Such other information as the Board or 
the Director may from time to time 
require. 

(10) The Trustee shall provide to the Board, 
on a quarterly basis, a statement of the assets 
of the fund at book value and fair market value 
and a statement of any acquisitions and dis- 
positions of investments during each quarter. 



15. — (1) Subject to subsection 2, the fund is 
established to stand in the place and stead of a 
participant for the payment out of the fund of 
such claims of clients of the participant that the 
participant has refused, after demand or is unable 
to pay, and which claims meet the following require- 
ments: 

1 . A client who has made pajrment for travel 
services to a participant in Ontario and 
who has not received the travel services 
contracted for, shall be entitled to claim 
for a refund of moneys so paid to the 
extent only that such services are not so 
provided and after he has made a demand 
for payment from a participant which the 
participant has refused without l^al justi- 
fication to pay or is unable to pay by reason 
of bankruptcy or insolvency. 

2. No client shaU have a claim for the refund 
of any money paid by him to a participant 
where he was informed, prior to the making 
of his payment to the participant, that the 
money paid by him was a non-refundable 
deposit or a reasonable service charge. 

3. The Board shall determine the eligibility 
of any claim made by a client and shall 
direct the Trustee to pay any claim that 
meets the requirements of this Schedule, 
and the decision of the Board is final. 



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4. No client of any participant shall have 
any vested or absolute right to payment 
of any claim against the Board, the 
Trustee or the fund. 

(2) Where a participant who is a travel agent 
has acted in good faith and at arms' length 
with a participant who is a travel wholesaler and 
where the participant who is a travel agent has 
passed his client's money to the participant who is 
a travel wholesaler and has at his own expense 
reimbursed his client or arranged alternate travel 
for travel services contracted for and not provided 
to the client, effective on and after the 15th day of 
July, 1975, the participant who is a travel agent 
shall be entitled to claim for the refund of that 
portion of the client's moneys passed to the 
participant who is a travel wholesaler and shall 
not be entitled to claim any commission received 
or owing on account of the services contracted for. 

(3) The provisions of paragraphs 3 and 4 of 
subsection 1 and subsection 4 shall apply, mutatis 
mutandis, to a claim made under subsection 2. 

(4) A claim for payment out of the fund may 
only be made by a claimant giving written notice 
of claim to the Registrar for transmittal to the 
Board with full particulars thereof and of any 
payment recovery in respect thereof and the 
Trustee may require as a condition precedent to 
making payment of such claim or any part thereof, 
the delivery and execution of such documents 
as the Trustee in its discretion or upon the advice 
of its Counsel considers necessary including such 
documents as are necessary for transferring to the 
Trustee the interest of the client in such claim 
so as to subrogate the Trustee to the position of the 
client against the participant. 

(5) Notwithstanding subsections 1, 2, 3 and 4, 

[a) the maximum aggregate amount of claims 
which shall be paid in respect of any one 
participant shall not exceed the sum of 
$300 multiplied by the number of partici- 
pants ; 

{b) the Trustee may in its discretion defer 
the payment of claims in respect of any 
one participant until the Trustee is reason- 
ably satisfied all claims hkely to be 
made in respect of such participant have 
been received by the Trustee ; 

(c) the Trustee may in its discretion reserve 
against claims which it thinks may be 
validly made and any such reservations 
shall be the equivalent of a payment of 
such claim for the purpose of an additional 
payment to the fund under sections 12 and 
13 of this Schedule ; and 

[d) the Trustee in its discretion may pay 
claims in respect of any one participant 
in one or more instalments as it sees fit. 



(6) When it appears to the Director or the 
Board that a client of a participant has been 
placed in circumstances where immediate funds and 
facilities are necessary to alleviate the suffering 
and inconvenience of the client where the client 
is outside of Canada, the Board, with the con- 
currence of the Director, may direct the Trustee 
to pay out of the fund an amount sufficient for the 
repatriation and necessary accommodation of the 
client. 

(7) The amount of a payment under subsection 6 
on behalf of a participant shall be deemed to be an 
additional payment due to the Trustee by such 
participant and the Trustee shall demand payment 
from the participant forthwith. 

(8) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsec- 
tion 1 of section 7 of this Schedule, where a 
quorum of the Board is not available, the powers 
set out under subsection 6 may be exercised by 
any two (2) members of the Board with the 
concurrence of the Director or his designate in 
writing. 

TERMINATION OF PARTICIPATION IN THE FUND 

16. — (1) A participant may withdraw from the 
fund at any time upon giving two years' notice 
in writing to the Board, the Trustee and the 
Registrar. 

(2) When a participant is in default in making 
any required payment to the fund, as deter- 
mined by the Registrar, or in the discharge of any 
other of its obligation under this Schedule, upon 
receiving the written direction of the Registrar 
the Trustee shall forward notice in writing of the 
default to the participant. 

(3) Where a default is not satisfied within ten 
days from the date of the notice from the Trustee 
referred to in subsection 2, the participant shall 
be deemed to be expelled from the fund. 

(4) Subsection 3 does not apply where the default 
is due to the insolvency, bankruptcy or voluntary 
or compulsory winding-up of a participant. 

(5) Upon withdrawal, or expulsion from the fund, 
the participant is not entitled to payment out of 
the fund of any amount paid to the Trustee under the 
terms of this Schedule. 

(6) A participant referred to in subsection 5 
shall file with the Board, the Trustee and the 
Registrar such financial statements and other 
evidence as the Board and the Director may in their 
discretion require to establish that the affairs of 
the participant are settled and that there are no 
claims on the fund and that arrangements satis- 
factory to the Board and the Director have been 
made to ensure that all liabilities and obligations 
of the participant which should give rise to any 
such claim have been met and discharged. 



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2589 



(7) Subject to section 15 of this Schedule, 
upon the expiration of the two years' notice 
given pursuant to subsection 1 and with the 
approval of the Board and the Registrar, the 
participant shall cease to be a participant and his 
participation in the fund shall cease. 

THE TRUSTEE 

17. — (1) The Trustee shall be a trust company 
registered under The Loan and Trust Corporations 
Act and shall be approved by the Director and the 
fees to be charged by the Trustee for the manage- 
ment of the trust shall be approved by the Director. 

(2) The Trustee shall not be required to give 
any bond or other security for the performance 
of its duties and shall not be responsible for any 
diminution in the funds, securities or property 
of whatever character constituting part of the 
fund or any loss resulting from the making of 
any investments or from the retention in good 
faith for any length of time of securities or other 
property of whatsoever character purchased or 
acquired by it notwithstanding that such securities 
or property may not be income producing, or from 
any mistake in judgment made in good faith, or 
from any loss of whatsoever character unless result- 
ing from its own fraud, negligence or wilful mis- 
conduct. 

(3) The Trustee may rely and shall be protected 
in acting upon any resolution, certificate, statement, 
instrument, opinion, report, notice, request, con- 
sent, letter, telegram, cablegram or other paper 
or document believed by it on reasonable grounds 
to be genuine and to have been signed, sent or 
delivered by or on behalf of the proper party or 
parties. 

(4) The Trustee may employ or retain such 
counsel, accountants, appraisers, or other experts 
or advisers as it may reasonably require for the 
purpose of discharging its duties under this Schedule 
and may act and shall be protected in acting in 
good faith on the opinion or advice of or informa- 
tion obtained from any of them and shall not be 
responsible for any misconduct on the part of any 
of them. 

(5) The Trustee may at any time resign as 
Trustee by giving ninety (90) days notice in 
writing to the Board and to the Director. 

(6) The Board or the Director may at any 
time require the removal of the Trustee on giving 
ninety (90) days notice in writing to the Trustee. 

(7) Upon the resignation or removal of the 
Trustee or where the Trustee is at any time 
unable to act, the Board, with the approval of the 
Director shall appoint as a successor Trustee, a 
Corporation authorized to do business in Ontario 
as a Trust Company under The Loan and Trust 
Corporations Act who, upon acceptance of such 



appointment, shall, subject to subsection 8, have 
vested in it without further act or formality, all 
the rights and powers given under this Schedule 
to the Trustee who resigned, was removed or was . 
unable to act. 

(8) Upon the written request of the Board the 
Trustee ceasing to act shall execute and deliver 
an instrument in writing transferring to the successor 
Trustee all the rights, powers and fund assets 
reposing in or with the Trustee ceasing to act, 
and shall do all such other acts or things necessary 
or desirable for the vesting of the fund assets in the 
successor Trustee. 

(9) A Trustee ceasing to act shall render to the 
Director and to the Board an account of its 
administration following that covered by its last 
annual accounting required under subsection 8 
of section 14 of this Schedule. 

18. — (1) The Trustee, in the administration of the 
fimd, shall have power and authority to, 

(a) invest and reinvest the fund in approved 
securities and may do all acts and things 
and execute, acknowledge and deliver 
all instruments in respect thereof ; 

(b) hold in the form of cash awaiting invest- 
ment or other application hereunder any 
portion of the fund and may hold the cash 
in any deposit or current account operated 
by the Trustee ; 

(c) sell, convert, assign, exchange, transfer 
or otherAvise dispose of any approved 
securities at any time constituting part 
of the fund at public or private sale for 
such consideration and upon such terms 
and conditions as the Trustee sees fit ; 



{d) vote in person or by proxy with respect 
to any approved security constituting 
part of the fund ; 

(e) exercise personally or by general or limited 
power of attorney any right appurtenant 
to any approved securities or to any other 
property held by it at any time ; 

(/) join in or dissent from and oppose the 
reorganization, redistribution, consolida- 
tion, merger, liquidation or sale of cor- 
porations or properties ; 

(g) exchange approved securities for other 
securities issued in connection with or 
resulting from a reorganization and retain 
such securities ; 

(A) exercise or sell any rights issued uj)on or 
with respect to any approved securities ; 



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(j) register any approved security or other 
property held by it in its own name or 
in the name of a nominee with or without 
the addition of words indicating that such 
securities are held in fiduciary capacity; 

(j) compromise, adjust or settle any claims 
in favour of or against the fund and to 
conduct any litigation arising out of such 
claims; and 

{k) do any act in addition to those referred 
to in clauses a to j with respect to any 
property in the fund necessary to protect 
the investment of the fund. 

(2) The books and records of the Trustee shall 
at all times indicate that all approved securities 
and property howsoever held are part of the fund. 

19. — (1) The Trustee's fee for performing its duties 
under this Schedule shall be such as may be 
mutually agreed upon from time to time between 
the Director and the Trustee and in default of 
such agreement as may be determined by the 
Director. 

(2) The Trustee shall be entitled to be reimbursed 
for any and all costs, charges and expenses 
reasonably incurred by the Trustee in the per- 
formance of its duties pursuant to this Schedule. 

(3) All fees, costs, charges and expenses and the 
expenses directed to be paid by the Board shall 
be deducted first from the income of the fund and 
in the event of any deficiency from the capital 
of the fund. 

20. — (1) The Trustee shall notify the Board 
and the Registrar forthwith of any default of any 
participant or of any claim made in respect 
thereof, or of any failure by a participant to 
perform any obligation or condition under this 
Schedule. 



(2) The Trustee shall furnish the Board with all 
information, records and documents in its possession 
in connection with this Schedule and its adminis- 
tration of the fund as the Board may from time 
to time reasonably request. 

MISCELLANEOUS 

21. No participant or person claiming under or 
against the fund shall bring legal or equitable action 
against the Trustee, the fund, or the Board for any 
matter or cause whatsoever, except that the 
Board may claim against the Trustee for any 
loss resulting from the fraud, negligence, or wilful 
misconduct of the Trustee, and in default of 
satisfaction or settlement of such claim between 
the Trustee and the Board, the Board may 
commence such action or other proceeding as it may 
see fit against the Trustee, but in no event shall 
any part of the fund be attachable or otherwise 
made available to satisfy or settle any such claim 
or judgment or other court order in respect thereof. 

22. — (1) All information, records and documents 
of any kind whatsoever about a participant or 
any officer, director, or shareholder of a participant, 
or information, record or document with respect 
to the business relations between the participant 
and any other person at any time in the possession 
or control of either the Trustee or the Board and 
howsoever obtained, may be confidentially ex- 
changed between the Trustee and the Board. 

(2) No participant or officer, director or share- 
holder of a participant shall have any claim of 
any kind whatsoever against the Board or the 
Trustee arising from or out of the exchange of any 
information by the Board or the Trustee or arising 
from its use in good faith by the Trustee or the 
Board for any purpose. 

(3) Nothing in subsections 1 and 2 shall con- 
stitute an obligation of the Board to furnish or 
disclose any information to the Trustee, participant 
or any other person. O. Reg. 491/76, s. 3. 



O. Reg. 491/76 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 2591 

4. Form 10, as remade by section 10 of Ontario Regulation 712/75, and Form 11 of the said 
Regulation are revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

Form 10 

The Travel Industry Act, 1974 
HALF YEAR STATEMENT 

Name of Participant 

Business Address 

HALF YEAR STATEMENT FOR PERIOD ENDING 



Registration Number 

Business Name of Participant , 
Business Address 



1. Total sales volume (including commissions) received in the past half year by the 
participant $_ 



2. Total payment as per note 1 due to the Trustee and remitted herewith 

Date 

(signature) 



ji 



(title) 

Note: (1) If the participant is a travel agent half yearly payments of ?4 for every $10,000 of sales 
volume or any part thereof are required; if the participant is a travel wholesaler half yearly 
payment of $10 for every $10,000 of sales volume or any part thereof are required. 

(2) If the participant is a corporation, the form must be completed by an officer. 

(3) Cheques must be made payable to NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY LIMITED, TRUSTEE, 
and forwarded to National Trust at 21 King Street East, Toronto, M5L 1B3 marked ior the 
attention of the Corporate Trust Department. 

ANNUAL DECLARATION AND REMITTANCE 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 



1. Total sales volume (including commissions) received in the past year by the partici- 
pant $ 

2. Total payment as per note 1 due to trustee $ 

3. Less half payment already remitted $ 



4. Amount remitted with this form Item 2 less Item 3 $. 



I ^Ne solemnly declare that the figures shown herein are 

(name of declarant) 

true and correct according to the books and records of that 

(name of participant) 



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the information is true and correct in every respect, and I/We make this solemn declaration con- 
scientiously believing it to be true and knowing that it is of the same force and effect as made under oath. 

Declared before me 

in the 

this day of , 19 . . 



Signature of Declarant (title) 



Signature of Declarant (title) 



Commissioner, etc. 

Note: (1) If the participant is a travel agent half yearly payments of |4 for every 110,000 of sales 
volume of any part thereof are required; if the participant is a travel wholesaler half yearly 
payment of |10 for every $10,000 of sales volume or any part thereof are required. 

(2) If the participant is a corporation, the form must be signed by an officer and director or two 
officers. 

(3) Cheques must be made payable to NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY LIMITED, TRUSTEE, 
and forwarded to National Trust at 21 King Street East, Toronto, M5L 1B3 marked for the 
attention of the Corporate Trust Department. O. Reg. 491/76, s. 4. 



(8166) 



25 



THE FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT 

O. Reg. 492/76. 

Burley Tobacco — Plan. 
Made— May 26th, 1976. 
Filed— June 2nd, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 430/74 

MADE UNDER 

THE FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT 

1. Sections 5 and 6 of the Schedule to Ontario 
Regulation 430 /74 are revoked and the 
following substituted therefor : 

5. The local board shall be composed of eight 
producer members elected or appointed in accor- 
dance with this plan. 



6. Producers 
follows : 



are divided into two districts as 



1. District 
Essex. 



1, comprising the County of 



2. District 2, comprising the Province 
Ontario, other than the County of Essex. 



of 



7. Producers in each of the districts named in 
section 6 form a district group. 



8. — (1) The producers in each district shall elect, 
from the producers in the district, members to the 
local board as follows : 

1. District 1, three members. 

2. District 2, five members. 

(2) No person is eligible for election from any 
district to the local board unless he resides within 
the district. 

(3) The local board shall appoint a returning 
officer and such other persons as are required to 
assist him in the nomination and voting and 
shall furnish ballots as are required. 

9. — (1) On the third Tuesday in May in each year 
the producers in each district shall hold a meeting to 
nominate producers in the district for election as 
members of the local board. 

(2) Any producer residing in the district may 
nominate one or more producers residing in the district 
for election as members of the local board. 

(3) When the returning officer is satisfied that 
nominations under subsection 2 are complete, he 
shall so declare and, after giving each of the persons 
nominated an opportunity to decline his nomination, 
shall, where not more than three persons are 
nominated for election as members of the local 
board in District 1 or not more than five persons ar 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 494/76 2593 



nominated for election as members of the local board 
in District 2, declare them elected. 



10. — (1) In each district in which the members of 
the local board were not elected by acclamation, 
the local board shall arrange for such polling place 
or places as the local board determines. 

(2) The third Tuesday in June in each year is 
fixed as the day for the election in each district of the 
members of the local board for the district. 



(3) The time of voting shall be from 10 a.m. to 
8 p.m. 

(4) At least seven days before the day for the 
election, the local board shall give notice in writing 
to the producers, 

(a) of the names of the persons nominated 
under section 9 ; 

(b) of the day and time of the election ; and 

(c) of the location of the polling place or places 
at which the producers may vote, 

in the district. 

11. — ( 1 ) Voting shall be by secret ballot . 

(2) Where the third greatest number of votes for 
membership in the local board in District 1 or the 
fifth greatest number of votes for membership in 
the local board in District 2 are received by more 
than one person, the local board shall hold such 
further elections as are necessary to break the tie. 



12. — (1) The term of office of each member of the 
local board shall commence on the 1st day of July 
in the year in which he is elected or appointed and 
shall expire on the 30th day of June of the following 
year. 

(2) Where a member elected or appointed to the 
local board dies, resigns or ceases to be a producer 
residing in the district for which he is elected 
or appointed before the expiration of his term of 
membership, the members of the local board may 
appoint a person for the unexpired term who is a 
producer residing in the same district. 

2. The terms of office of those persons appointed 
under section 6 of the Schedule to the said 
Regulation as it was prior to the coming into 
force of this Regulation are continued and 
expire on the 30th day of June, 1976. 
O. Reg. 492 /76, s. 2. 



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25 



THE FARM PRODUCTS GRADES AND 
SALES ACT 

O. Reg. 493/76. 

Grades for Lamb and Mutton Carcasses. 
Made— May 26th, 1976. 
Filed— June 2nd. 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 808 75 

MADE UNDER 

THE FARM PRODUCTS GRADES AND 

SALES ACT 

1. Ontario Regulation 808/75 is amended by 
adding thereto the following section : 

13. No person shall in any advertisement offering 
the whole or any part of a lamb carcass or a mutton 
carcass for sale, 

(a) make any statement that is untrue, 
deceptive, misleading or that is likely to 
deceive or mislead any person ; or 

(b) use any words that resemble a grade 
name or that may be mistaken by any 
person for a grade name other than a grade 
name applied to the lamb carcass or mutton 
carcass, as the case may be, under this 
Regulation. O. Reg. 493/76, s. 1. 



(8168) 



25 



THE HEALTH DISCIPLINES ACT, 1974 

O. Reg. 494/76. 

Medicine. 

Made— May 13th, 1976. 
Approved — June 2nd, 1976. 
Filed— June 3rd, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 577,75 

MADE UNDER 

THE HEALTH DISCIPLINES ACT, 1974 

1 . Subsection 2 of section 39 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 577/75 is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor; 

(2) The biennial fee for a member who holds a 
General licence is $250. O. Reg. 494/76, s. 1. 

2. Subsection 2 of section 40 of the said 
Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor : 

(2) The annual fee for a member who holds an 
Educational licence is $15. O. Reg. 494/76, s. 2. 



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3. Subsection 2 of section 41 of the said 
Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

(2) The annual fee for a member who holds an 
Academic, Hospital Practice, Public Service, Tem- 
porary or Underserviced Area licence is $125. 
O. Reg. 494/76, s. 3. 

4. This Regulation comes into force on the 
1st day of July, 1976. 

Council of The College of 

Physicians and Surgeons of 

Ontario: 

F. C. R. Chalke, M.D. 

President 

D. M. AiTKEN, M.D. 

Registrar 

Dated at Toronto, this 13th day of May, 1976. 

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THE PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION AND 
HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT ACT 

O.Reg. 495/76. 

Designations — Toronto to Woodstock 

(Hwy. 403). 
Made— May 19th, 1976. 
Filed— June 4th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 401 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER 

THE PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION AND 

HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT ACT 

1. Schedule 3 to Regulation 401 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1970 is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor : 

Schedule 3 

In the City of Mississauga, formerly in the 
Township of Trafalgar, in The Regional Munici- 
pality of Peel and in the towns of Milton and 
Oakville, formerly in the Township of Trafalgar, 
in The Regional Municipality of Halton being, 

(a) part of lots 5, 7 and 8 in the Registrar's 
Compiled Plan filed in the Land Registry 
Office for the Registry Division of Peel 
(No. 43) as Number 1542; 

{b) part of lots 6 to 28, both inclusive, in 
Concession 2 North of Dundas Street ; 



(c) part of lots 27 to 35, both inclusive, in 
Concession 1 North of Dundas Street ; 

(d) part of Trafalgar Road in Lot 12 in 
Concession 2 North of Dundas Street 
(Seventh Line Road) ; 

{e) part of a travelled road in Lot 21 in 
Concession 2 North of Dundas Street ; 
and 

(/) part of the road allowance between , 

(i) the townships of Toronto and Trafal- 
gar (Winston Churchill Boulevard), * 

I 

(ii) lots 5 and 6 in Concession 2 North 
of Dundas Street (Ninth Line), 

(ill) lots 10 and 11 in Concession 2 
North of Dundas Street, 

(iv) lots 15 and 16 in Concession 2 
North of Dundas Street (Sixth Line), 

(v) lots 20 and 21 in Concession 2 
North of Dundas Street, 

(vi) lots 25 and 26 in Concession 2 
North of Dundas Street, 

(vii) concessions 1 and 2 North of Dundas 
Street, 

(viii) lots 30 and 31 in Concession 1 
North of Dundas Street, and 

(ix) the townships of Nelson and Trafal- 
gar (Tremain Road), 

and being those portions of the highway shown as 
Parts 1, 2 and 3 on Ministry of Transportation 
and Communications Plan P-5015-17, filed with the 
Record Services Office of the Ministry of Trans- 
portation and Communications, at Toronto, on the 
5th day of April, 1976. 

9.50 miles, more or less. 



(8171) 



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THE PLANNING ACT 

O.Reg. 496/76. 

Order made under Section 29fl of 

The Planning Act. 
Made— May 26th, 1976. 
Filed— June 4th, 1976. 



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REGULATION MADE UNDER 
THE PLANNING ACT 

ORDER MADE UNDER SECTION 29a OF 
THE PLANNING ACT 

1. A contravention, before the 19th day of 
March, 1973, of section 29 of The Planning Act 
or a predecessor thereof or of a by-law passed 
under a predecessor of the said section or of an 
Order made under clause b of subsection 1 of 
section 27, as it existed on the 25th day of June, 
1970, of The Planning Ad, being chapter 2% of 
the Revised Statutes of Ontario, 1960, or a 
predecessor thereof does not have and shall be 
deemed never to have had the effect of preventing the 
conveyance or creation of any interest in the 
following j)arcel of land : 

That parcel of land situate in the Town of 
Niagara-on-the-Lake in The Regional Municipality 
of Niagara, formerly in the Towmship of Niagara 
in the County of Lincoln, being composed of part 
of Lot 43 more particularly described as follows : 

Beginning at a point in the northerly hmit of 
that part of the King's Highway known as No. 8 
distant 430 feet south 89° 24' west from the 
easterly limit of the said Lot 43 shown on a Plan 
registered in the Land Registry Office for the 
Registry Division of Niagara North (No. 30) as 
Highway Plan Number 125; 



Thence south 89° 24' west along the said northerly 
hmit 149.86 feet ; 

Thence north 24° 45' east 124.4 feet ; 

Thence north 36° 01' west 44.25 feet ; 

Thence north 6° 12' west 66.1 feet ; 

Thence north 46° 54' west 101.3 feet ; 

Thence north 1° 10' west 706.2 feet ; 

Thence north 89° 24' east 631.9 feet to the easterly 
boundary of the said Lot ; 

Thence south 1° east along the said easterly 
boundary 691 feet ; 

Thence south 89° 24' west 430 feet ; 

Thence south 1° east 300 feet, more or less, to the 
place of beginning. O. Reg. 4%; 76, s. 1. 

John R. Rhodes 
Minister of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 26th day of May, 1976. 



THE FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 

O. Reg. 497/76. 

Restricted Fire Zones. 
Made— June 4th, 1976. 
FUed— June 4th, 1976. 



72) 



25 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 
THE FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 

RESTRICTED FIRE ZONES 

1. The parts of the Northern Fire Region described 
in Schedules A, B, C and D hereto are declared 
to be Restricted Fire Zones from the 5th day of 
June to the 15th day of June, both inclusive, in the 
year 1976. O. R^. 497/76, s. 1. 

Schedule A 

In the territorial districts of Algoma, Cochrane 
and Sudbury and described as follows : 

Commencing at the northeasterly comer of the 
Geographic Township of Conking, in the Territorial 
District of Algoma; thence southerly along the 
easterly boundary of the last mentioned geographic 
township to the southeasterly comer thereof; 
thence westerly along the southerly boundary of 
the Geographic Township of Conking 3 miles and 
1.584.0 feet; thence south 56 "^ 34' 01' west to the 
northwesterly comer of the Geographic Township 
of Brackin in the Territorial District of Sud- 
bury ; thence southerly along the westerly boundary 
of the geographic townships of Brackin and Lang 
to the northeasterly comer of the Geographic 
Township of Bader; thence westerly along the 
northerly boundary of the last mentioned geo- 
graphic township to the northwesterly comer 
thereof ; thence southerly along the westerly bound- 
ary of the geographic townships of Bader, Homell 
and D'Avaugour to the southwesterly comer of the 
last mentioned geographic township; thence east- 
erly along the southerly boundary of the last 
mentioned geographic township to the northwest- 
erly comer of the Geographic Township of Cosens; 
thence southerly along the westerly boundary 
of the geographic townships of Cosens, Topham, 
Windego, BeUhartz, Engstrom, Hammond and 
Moen to the southwesterly comer of the Geographic 
Township of Moen; thence easterly along the 
southerly boundary of the geographic townships of 
Moen, Moggy, Neil and Patenaude, to the south- 
easterly comer of the Geographic Township of 
Patenaude; thence southerly along the easterly 
boimdary of the Geographic Township of Carton 
to the southeasterly comer thereof; thence easterly 
along the southerly boundary of the geographic 
townships of Carruthers, Cassidy, Deans, Drea, 
Dukszta and Eaton to the northwesterly comer 
of the Geographic Township of Guindon in the 
Territorial District of Algoma; thence southerly 
along the westerly boundary of the geographic 



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townships of Guindon and McKeough to the 
southwesterly corner of the last mentioned geo- 
graphic township; thence easterly along the south- 
erly boundary of the Geographic Township of 
McKeough to the southeasterly corner thereof; 
thence easterly along the southerly boundary of the 
geographic townships of Fulton, Gladwin, Ivy, 
Earl, Specht and Breadner in the Territorial 
District of Sudbury to the southeasterly corner 
of the Geographic Township of Breadner; thence 
northerly along the easterly boundary of the 
geographic townships of Breadner and Cavana 
to the northeasterly corner of the Geographic 
Township of Cavana; thence westerly along the 
northerly boundary of the Geographic Township 
of Cavana to the southeasterly corner of the 
Geographic Township of Lillie; thence northerly 
along the easterly boundary of the geographic 
townships of Lillie, Biscotasi and Smuts to the 
northeasterly corner of the Geographic Township 
of Smuts; thence westerly along the northerly 
boundary of the Geographic Township of Smuts 
to the northwesterly corner thereof; thence north- 
erly along the easterly boundary of the geographic 
townships of Arbutus and Huffman to the north- 
easterly corner of the Geographic Township of 
Huffman ; thence westerly along the northerly 
boundary of the Geographic Township of Huffman 
to the southeasterly corner of the Geographic 
Township of Eric; thence northerly along the 
easterly boundary of the geographic townships of 
Eric and Genoa to the southerly boundary of the 
Geographic Township of McOwen ; thence easterly 
along that southerly boundary to the southeasterly 
corner thereof; thence northerly along the easterly 
boundary of the Geographic Township of McOwen 
to the southerly boundary of the Geographic 
Township of Hardiman ; thence easterly along that 
southerly boundary to the southeasterly corner of 
the Geographic Township of Hardiman ; thence 
northerly along the easterly boundary of the 
geographic townships of Hardiman, Penhorwood, 
Reeves and Melrose to the northeasterly corner 
of the Geographic Township of Melrose; thence 
westerly along the northerly boundary of the 
Geographic Township of Melrose to the south- 
easterly corner of the Geographic Township of 
Strachan in the Territorial District of Cochrane ; 
thence northerly along the easterly boundary of the 
geographic townships of Strachan and Montcalm 
to the northeasterly corner of the Geographic 
Township of Montcalm ; thence westerly along the 
northerly boundary of the geographic townships 
of Montcalm, Belford, Wadsworth, Davin, Amund- 
sen, Stefansson and Coderre to the northwesterly 
corner of the Geographic Township of Coderre; 
thence southerly along the westerly boundary of the 
Geographic Township of Coderre to the point of 
commencement. O. Reg. 497/76, Sched. A. 



Schedule B 

In the Territorial District of Cochrane and 
described as follows : 



Beginning at the intersection of the 7th base 
line with the Interprovincial Boundary between 
Ontario and Quebec; thence westerly along that 
base line to the northwesterly corner of the 
Geographic Township of Hogg; thence southerly 
along the westerly boundary of the geographic 
townshipjs of Hogg and Kilmer to the south- 
westerly corner of the last-mentioned geographic 
township; thence easterly along the southerly 
boundary of the Geographic Township of Kilmer 
to the northwesterly corner of the Geographic 
Township of Hamlet; thence southerly along the 
westerly boundary of the geographic townships of 
Hamlet, Traill, Sheldon, Marceau, Agate, Hurd- 
man, Alexandra, Haggart, Sydere, Laidlaw and 
Kirkland to the southwesterly corner of the last- 
mentioned geographic township; thence easterly 
along the southerly boundary of the Geographic 
Township of Kirkland to the northwesterly corner 
of the Geographic Township of Wilhelmina; thence 
southerly along the westerly boundary of the 
last-mentioned geographic township to the south- 
westerly corner thereof; thence easterly along the 
southerly boundary of the geographic townships of 
Wilhelmina, Geary, Mahaffy, Crawford, Lucas, 
Duff and Mann to the northwesterly corner of the 
Geographic Township of McCart ; thence southerly 
along the westerly boundary of the geographic 
townships of McCart and Dundonald to the south- 
westerly corner of the last-mentioned geographic 
township; thence easterly along the southerly 
boundary of the geographic townships of Dundonald, 
Clergue, Walker and Wilkie to the southeasterly 
corner of the last-mentioned geographic township; 
thence northerly along the easterly boundary of the 
Geographic Township of Wilkie to the northwesterly 
corner of the Geographic Township of Coulson ; 
thence easterly along the northerly boundary of the 
last-mentioned geographic township to the west- 
erly boundary of the Geographic Township of 
Warden ; thence northerly along that westerly 
boundary to the northwesterly corner thereof; 
thence easterly along the northerly boundary of 
the geographic townships of Warden and Milligan 
to the westerly boundary of Indian Reserve No. 70; 
thence northerly along that westerly boundary to 
the high-water mark of Lake. Abitibi ; thence in a 
general southeasterly direction following that high- 
water mark to the Interprovincial Boundary 
between Ontario and Quebec ; thence northerly 
along that boundarv to the place of beginning. 
O. Reg. 497/76, Sched. B. 



Schedule C 



I 



In the territorial districts of Cochrane and 
Algoma and described as follows : 

Beginning at the southwesterly corner of the 
Geographic Township of Drew; thence easterly 
along the southerly boundary of the geographic 
townships of Drew and Cholette in the Territorial 
District of Algoma to the northwesterly corner of 
the Geographic Township of Bayfield; thence 
southerly along the westerly boundary of the 



894 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 498/76 2597 



last mentioned geographic township to the south- 
westerly corner thereof; thence easterly along the 
southerly limit of the last mentioned geographic 
township to the northwesterly corner of the Geo- 
graphic Township of Gourlay; thence southerly 
along the westerly boundary of the last mentioned 
geographic township to the southwesterly corner 
thereof, thence easterly along the southerly bound- 
ary of the geographic townships of Gourlay, 
Breckenridge, Lizar. Ermine, Irvine and Marjorie 
to the southwesterly corner of the Geographic 
Township of Legge; thence easterly along the 
southerly boundary of that geographic township 
to the northwesterly corner of the Geographic 
Township of Hook; thence southerly along the 
westerly boundary of the last mentioned geographic 
township to the southwesterly corner thereof; 
thence easterly along the southerly boundary of 
the geographic townships of Hook and Hayward 
to the southeasterly comer of the Geographic 
Township of Hayward; thence northerly along the 
easterly boundary of the geographic townships 
of Hayward. Puskuta, Byng, Doherty, Caithness 
and Orkney to the southerly boundary of the 
Geographic Township of Staunton ; thence easterly 
along that southerly boundary to the southeasterly 
corner thereof; thence northerly along the westerly 
boundary- of the geographic townships of Barker, 
Eilber, San key, Goldwin, Scovil and Burstall to the 
northwesterly corner of the Geographic Township 
of Burstall; thence north astronomically to the 
7th base line; thence westerly along that base 
line to the northerly production of the westerly 
boundary of the Geographic Township of Bicknell ; 
thence southerly along that production to the 
northwesterly comer of the last mentioned geo- 
graphic township; thence easterly along the north- 
erly boundary of the last mentioned geographic 
township to the northeasterly corner thereof; 
thence southerly along the easterly boundary of the 
geographic townships of Bicknell, Boyce and Clavet 
to the northerly boundary of the Geographic 
Township of Downer; thence easterly along the 
northerly boundary of the last mentioned geo- 
graphic township to the northeasterly comer thereof ; 
thence southerly along the easterly boundary of 
the geographic townships of Downer, Frances and 
Flanders to the southeasterly corner of the last 
mentioned geographic township; thence westerly 
along the southerly boundary of the last mentioned 
geographic township to the northwesterly corner 
of the Geographic Township of Foch; thence 
southerly along the westerly boundary of the 
geographic townships of Foch and Drew to the 
place of beginning. O. Reg. 497/76, Sched. C. 

Schedule D 

In the territorial districts of Algoma and Coch- 
rane and described as follows : 

Beginning at the northeasterly corner of the 
Geographic Township of Rapley in the Territorial 
District of Cochrane; thence southerly along the 
easterly boundary of the geographic townships of 



Rapley and Hecla to the northerly boundary 
of the Geographic Township of Emerson; thence 
easterly along that northerly boundary to the 
northeasterly corner of the Geographic Township 
of Emerson; thence southerly along the easterly 
boundary of the geographic townships of Emerson, 
Cockshutt, Howells, Clay, Tucker, Beardmore, 
Machin. Shackleton. Carmichael. Ford. Oke and 
Aitken to the southeasterly corner of the said 
Geographic Township of Aitken ; thence westerly 
along the southerly boundary of the geographic 
townships of Aitken, Poulett, Watson, Buchan, 
Clouston, Mons and Champlain to the south- 
westerly comer of the said Geographic Township 
of Champlain; thence northerly along the westerly 
boundary of the geographic townships of Champ- 
lain, Ericson. Cromlech, Abbott, Rykert and Mag- 
ladery to the northerly boundary of the Geographic 
Township of Magladery; thence easterly along the 
northerly boundary of the Geographic Township 
of Magladery to the southwesterly comer of the 
Geographic Township of Barker; thence northerly 
along the westerly boundary of the geographic 
townships of Barker, Eilber, Sankey, Goldwin, 
Scovil and Burstall to the northwesterly corner 
of the Geographic Township of Burstall; thence 
north astronomically to the 7th base line; thence 
easterly along that base hne to the northwesterly 
comer of the Geographic Township of Habel; 
thence easterly along the northerly boundary of 
the geographic townships of Habel, Mahoney, 
Lambert and Rapley to the place of beginning. 
O. Reg. 497/76, Sched. D. 

William S. Newman 
for Minister of Natural Resources 

Dated at Toronto, this 4th day of June, 1976. 

(8173) 25 

THE EDUCATION ACT, 1974 

O.Reg. 498/76. 

Interim Teaching Certificates and 

Letters of Standing. 
Made— May 12th, 1976. 
Approved — May 26th, 1976. 
Filed— June 4th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 295/73 

MADE UNDER 

THE EDUCATION ACT, 1974 

1. Subclause ii of clause a of section 5 of 
Ontario Regulation 295/73, as remade by 
section 4 of Ontario Regulation 850/74, is 
revoked and the following substituted there- 
for: 

(ii) a degree of Bachelor of Arts or 
Bachelor of Scieiice from an Ontario 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 498/76 



university or qualifications the 
Minister considers equivalent there- 
to; and 



2. Clause b of section 96 of the said Regulation, 
as made by section 1 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 151/76, is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

(b) holds a degree of Bachelor of Arts or 

Bachelor of Science from an Ontario 

university or qualifications the Minister 
considers equivalent thereto ; 

3. Subclause ii of clause a of section 186 of the 
said Regulation, as made by section 4 of 
Ontario Regulation 811/75, is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor: 

(ii) a degree of Bachelor of Arts or 
Bachelor of Science from an Ontario 
university or qualifications the 
Minister considers equivalent there- 
to ; and 



4. Section 31 of the said Regulation, as remade 
by section 26 of Ontario Regulation 850/74, 
is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor : 

31. Where an applicant submits to the Deputy 
Minister evidence that he holds a degree of 
Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science from an 
Ontario university or qualifications the Minister 
considers equivalent thereto, the Minister may 
grant him an Interim Elementary School Teacher's 
Certificate, Standard 4, in Form la or Form 6a, 
as the case may be. O. Reg. 498/76, s. 4. 

5. Clause b of section 32 of the said Regula- 
tion is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor : 

(6) holds a degree of Bachelor of Arts or 

Bachelor of Science from an Ontario 

university or qualifications the Minister 
considers equivalent thereto; and 



6. Clause b of section 33 of the said Regula- 
tion is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor : 

(6) holds a degree of Bachelor of Arts or 

Bachelor of Science from an Ontario 

university or qualifications the Minister 
considers equivalent thereto; and 



. Clause b of subsection 1 of section 34 of the 
said Regulation, exclusive of the subclauses, 
is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

(b) holds a degree of Bachelor of Arts or 
Bachelor of Science from an Ontario 
university or qualifications the Minister 
considers equivalent thereto, in a program. 



8. Clause b of section 37 of the said Regulation 
is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor : 

(6) holds a degree from the Faculty of Applied 
Science, the Faculty of Architecture or 
the School of Nursing of an Ontario 
university, or qualifications the Minister 
considers equivalent thereto; 

9. Subclause i of clause a of section 38 of the 
said Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

(i) a degree from the Faculty of Applied 
Science, the Faculty of Architec- 
ture or the School of Nursing of an 
Ontario university, or qualifications 
the Minister considers equivalent 
thereto, and 



10. Subclause i of clause a of section 47 of the 
said Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor : 

(i) a degree from the Faculty of Applied 
Science, the Faculty of Architec- 
ture or the School of Nursing of 
an Ontario university, or quahfica- 
tions the Minister considers equi- 
valent thereto, and 



11. Clause b of section 48a of the said Regula- 
tion, as made by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 151/76, is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted therefor : 

(b) holds a degree of Bachelor of Arts or 

Bachelor of Science from an Ontario 

university, or qualifications the Minister 
considers equivalent thereto ; 



Thomas L. Wells 
Minister of Education 

Dated at Toronto, this 12th day of May, 1976. 

(8174) 25 



896 



O. Reg. 499/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 500/76 2599 



THE EDUCATION ACT, 1974 

O. Reg. 499/76. 

Designation of School Divisions in 

Territorial Districts. 
Made— May 26th, 1976. 
Filed— June 4th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 793 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 

MADE UNDER 

THE EDUCATION ACT, 1974 



1970 



1. Subparagraphs iv and v of paragraph 1 of 
Schedule 12 to Regulation 793 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1970 are revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

iv. all lands within an area four miles in 
width and lying on both sides of the centre 
line of tertiary road Number 804 and 
within two miles of the said centre line 
measured at right angles thereto, and not 
in the Township of Ear Falls, and 

V. all lands within an area four miles in 
width and lying on both sides of the 
centre line of that part of the King's 
Highway known as Number 105 and 
within two miles of and measured at right 
angles to that portion of the centre line 
of the said part of the highway extending 
in a generally northerly and northwesterly 
direction from its intersection with the 
centre line of Pickerel Creek to its inter- 
section with the southerly limit of the 
Township of Red Lake, and not in the 
Township of Ear Falls or referred to in 
subparagraph iv. 



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25 



THE PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 
DEVELOPMENT ACT, 1973 

O. Reg. 500/76. 

County of Went worth. Town of Dundas 
(now The Regional Municipality 
of Hamilton- Wentworth). 

Made— June 2nd, 1976. 

Filed— June 4th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 486/73 

MADE UNDER 

THE PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT, 1973 

1. Ontario Regulation 486/73 is amended by 
adding thereto the following section : 

14. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 1 may be 
used for the erection and use thereon of one 
single-family dwelling and buildings and structures 
accessory thereto provided the requirements of 
sections 6 and 7 are met. O. Reg. 500/76, s. 1. 

2. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedule: 

Schedule 1 

That parcel of land situate in the Town of 
Dundas in The Regional Municipality of Hamilton- 
Wentworth formerly in the Township of West 
Flamborough in the County of Wentworth, being 
composed of that part of Lot 13 according to a 
Plan registered in the Land Registry Office for the 
Registry Division of Wentworth (No. 62) as Num- 
ber 698 more particularly described as follows : 

Premising that bearings are astronomic and are 
referred to the easterly limit of Parkview Avenue 
shown on the said Plan 698 as being north 13° 13' 
west and relating all bearings herein thereto ; 

Beginning at the southwesterly corner of the said 
Lot 13; 

Thence north 76° 59' west along the southerly limit 
of the said Lot 200 feet to a point ; 

Thence north 13° 13' west parallel to the westerly 
limit of the said Lot 100 feet to a point ; 

Thence south 76° 59' west 200 feet to the westerly 
limit of the said Lot ; 

Thence south 13° 13' east along the said westerly 
limit 100 feet to the place of beginning. O. Reg 
500/76, s. 2. 

W. Darcy McKeough 

Treasurer of Ontario and 
Minister of Economics and 
Intergovernmental Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 2nd day of June, 1976. 

(8176) 25 



897 



O. Reg. 501/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 502/76 2695 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 



June 26th, 1976 



THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 501/76. 

Restricted Areas — All Lands within 
the Township of Wallace in the 
County of Perth. 

Made— June 7th, 1976. 

Filed— June 7th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 286/74 

MADE UNDER 

THE PLANNING ACT 



1. Ontario Regulation 286/74 is amended by 
adding thereto the following section : 



12. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 7 may be 
used for the erection and use thereon of a livestock 
auction building not exceeding 22,000 square feet 
in total floor area. O. Reg. 501/76, s. 1. 



2. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedule: 



Schedule 7 



That parcel of land situate in the Township of 
Wallace in the County of Perth, being composed of 
that part of Lot 23 in Concession II more par- 
ticularly described as follows: 

Beginning at the northeasterly angle of the said 
Lot 23; 

Thence westerly along the northerly limit of the 
said Lot 495 feet ; 

Thence southerly parallel to the easterly limit of 
the said Lot 880 feet ; 

Thence easterly parallel to the northerly limit of 
the said Lot 495 feet to the said easterly limit of 
the said Lot ; 

Thence northerly along the said easterly limit of 
the said Lot 880 feet to the place of beginning. 
O. Reg. 501/76, s. 2. 

G. M. Farrow 
Executive Director, 
Plans Administration Division, 
Ministry of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 7th day of June, 1976. 



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26 



THE CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

O. Reg. 502/76. 

Crop Insurance Plan — Com. 
Made— May 10th, 1976. 
Approved — June 2nd, 1976. 
Filed— June 7th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND ONTARIO REGULATION 187/72 

MADE UNDER 

THE CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

1. The Table of Ontario Regulation 187/72, as remade by section 7 of Ontario Regulation 344/75, 
is revoked and the following substituted therefor: 



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2696 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

TABLE 



O. Reg. 502/76 







GUARANTEED PRODUCTION 






Indemnity 
Dollars 
Per Acre 




(Crops listed in order of 


Priority) 






1. Corn 


2. Soybeans 


3. White 
Beans 


4. Spring 
Grain 


5. Coloured 
Beans 


6. Flax 


(Bushels 


(Bushels 


(Pounds 


(Pounds 


(Pounds 


(Pounds 




per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


$ 9.00 


Up to 25 






Up to 750 




Up to 300 


9.45 


26 






751-780 




301-320 


9.90 


27 






781-810 




321-340 


10.35 


28 






811-840 




341-360 


10.80 


29 






841-870 




361-380 


11.25 


30 






871-900 




381-400 


11.70 


31 






901-930 




401-420 


12.15 


32 






931-960 




421-440 ' 


12.60 


33 






961-990 




441-460 


13.05 


34 






991-1020 




461-480 


13.50 


35 


Up to 10.0 


Up to 500 


1021-1050 


Up to 500 


481-500 


13.95 


36 


10.1-10.4 


501-520 


1051-1080 


501-520 


501-520 


14.40 


37 


10.5-10.8 


521-540 


1081-1110 


521-540 


521-540 


14.85 


38 


10.9-11.2 


541-560 


1111-1140 


541-560 


541-560 


15.30 


39 


11.3-11.6 


561-580 


1141-1170 


561-580 


561-580 


15.75 


40 


11.7-12.0 


581-600 


1171-1200 


581-600 


581-600 


16.20 


41 


12.1-12.4 


601-620 


1201-1230 


601-620 


601-620 


16.65 


42 


12.5-12.8 


621-640 


1231-1260 


621-640 


621-640 


17.10 


43 


12.9-13.2 


641-660 


1261-1290 


641-660 


641-660 


17.55 


44 


13.3-13.6 


661-680 


1291-1320 


661-680 


661-680 


18.00 


45 


13.7-14.0 


681-700 


1321-1350 


681-700 


681-700 


18.45 


46 


14.1-14.4 


701-720 


1351-1380 


701-720 


701-720 


18.90 


47 


14.5-14.8 


721-740 


1381-1410 


721-740 


721-740 


19.35 


48 


14.9-15.2 


741-760 


1411-1440 


741-760 


741-760 


19.80 


49 


15.3-15.6 


761-780 


1441-1470 


761-780 


761-780 



900 



O. Reg. 502/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2697 







GUARANTEED PRODUCTION 






Indemnity 
Dollars 
Per Acre 




(Crops listed in order of 


Priority) 






1. Com 


2. Soybeans 


3. White 
Beans 


4. Spring 
Grain 


5. Coloured 
Beans 


6. Flax 


(Bushels 


(Bushels 


(Pounds 


(Pounds 


(Pounds 


(Pounds 




per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


% 20.25 


50 


15.7-16.0 


781-800 


1471-1500 


781-800 


781-800 


20.70 


51 


16.1-16.4 


801-820 


1501-1530 


801-820 


801-820 


21.15 


52 


16.5-16.8 


821-840 


1531-1560 


821-840 


821-840 


21.60 


53 


16.9-17.2 


841-860 


1561-1590 


841-860 


841-860 


22.05 


54 


17.3-17.6 


861-880 


1591-1620 


861-880 


861-880 


22.50 


55 


17.7-18.0 


881-900 


1621-1650 


881-900 


881-900 


22.95 


56 


18.1-18.4 


901-920 


1651-1680 


901-920 


901-920 


23.40 


57 


18.5-18.8 


921-940 


1681-1710 


921-940 


921-940 


23.85 


58 


18.9-19.2 


941-960 


1711-1740 


941-960 


941-960 


24.30 


59 


19.3-19.6 


%l-980 


1741-1770 


%l-980 


961-980 


24.75 


60 


19.7-20.0 


981-1000 


1 771-1800 


981-1000 


981-1000 


25.20 


61 


20.1-20.4 


1001-1020 


1801-1830 


1001-1020 


1001-1020 


25.65 


62 


20.5-20.8 


1021-1040 


1831-1860 


1021-1040 


1021-1040 


26.10 


63 


20.9-21.2 


1041-1060 


1861-1890 


1041-1060 


1041-1060 


26.55 


64 


21.3-21.6 


1061-1080 


1891-1920 


1061-1080 


1061-1080 


27.00 


65 


21.7-22.0 


1081-1100 


1921-1950 


1081-1100 


1081-1100 


27.45 


66 


22.1-22.4 


1101-1120 


1951-1980 


1101-1120 


1101-1120 


27.90 


67 


22.5-22.8 


1121-1140 


1981-2010 


1121-1140 


1121-1140 


28.35 


68 


22.9-23.2 


1141-1160 


2011-2040 


1141-1160 


1141-1160 


28.80 


69 


23.3-23.6 


1161-1180 


2041-2070 


1161-1180 


1161-1180 


29.25 


70 


23.7-24.0 


1181-1200 


2071-2100 


1181-1200 


1181-1200 


29.70 


71 


24.1-24.4 


1201-1220 


2101-2130 


1201-1220 


1201-1220 


30.15 


72 


24.5-24.8 


1221-1240 


2131-2160 


1221-1240 


1221-1240 


30.60 


73 


24.9-25.2 


1241-1260 


2161-2190 


1241-1260 


1241-1260 


31.05 


74 


25.3-25.6 


1261-1280 


2191-2220 


1261-1280 


1261-1280 


31.50 


75 


25.7-26.0 


1281-1300 


2221-2250 


1281-1300 


1281-1300 


31.95 


76 


26.1-26.4 


1301-1320 


2251-2280 


1301-1320 


1301-1320 



901 



2698 



O. Reg. 502/76 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 503/76 







GUARANTEED PRODUCTION 






Indemnity 
Dollars 
Per Acre 




(Crops listed in order of Priority) 






1. Corn 


2. Soybeans 


3. White 
Beans 


4. Spring 
Grain 


5. Coloured 
Beans 


6. Flax 


(Bushels 


(Bushels 


(Pounds 


(Pounds 


(Pounds 


(Pounds 




per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


1 .■52.40 


77 


26.5-26.8 


1321-1340 


2281-2310 


1321-1340 


1321-1340 


32.85 


78 


26.9-27.2 


1341-1360 


2311-2340 


1341-1360 


1341-1360 


33.30 


79 


27.3-27.6 


1361-1380 


2341-2370 


1361-1380 


1361-1380 


33.75 


80 


27.7-28.0 


1381-1400 


2371-2400 


1381-1400 


1381-1400 


34.20 


81 


28.1-28.4 


1401-1420 


2401-2430 


1401-1420 


1401-1420 


34.65 


82 


28.5-28.8 


1421-1440 


2431-2460 


1421-1440 


1421-1440 


35.10 


83 


28.9-29.2 


1441-1460 


2461-2490 


1441-1460 


1441-1460 


35.55 


84 


29.3-29.6 


1461-1480 


2491-2520 


1461-1480 


1461-1480 


36.00 


85 


29.7-30.0 


1481-1500 


2521-2550 


1481-1500 


1481-1500 




or more 


or more 


or more 


or more 


or more 


or more 



O. Reg. 502/76, s. 1. 

The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario: 

Henry Ediger 

Chairman 

Ronald Atkinson 

Secretary 



Dated at Toronto, this 10th day of May, 1976. 
(8198) 



THE CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

O. Reg. 503/76. 

Crop Insurance Plan — Soybeans. 
Made— May 10th, 1976. 
Approved — June 2nd, 1976. 
Filed— June 7th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 
REGULATION 150 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER 
THE CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

1. The Table of Regulation 150 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1970, as remade by section 7 of 
Ontario Regulation 345/75, is revoked and the following substituted therefor: 



902 



I 



O. Reg. 503/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

TABLE 



2699 







GUARANTEED PRODUCTION 






Indemnity 
Dollars 
Per Acre 




(Crops listed in order of 


Priority) 






1. Com 


2. Soybeans 


3. White 
Beans 


4. Spring 
Grain 


5. Coloured 
Beans 


6. Flax 


(Bushels 


(Bushels 


(Pounds 


( Pounds 


(Pounds 


(Pounds 




per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


$ 9.00 


Up to 25 






Up to 750 




Up to 300 


9.45 


26 






751-780 




301-320 


9.90 


27 






781-810 




321-340 


10.35 


28 






811-840 




341-360 


10.80 


29 






841-870 




361-380 


11.25 


30 






871-900 




381-400 


11.70 


31 






901-930 




401-420 


12.15 


32 






931-960 




421-440 


12.60 


33 






%l-990 




441-460 


13.05 


34 






991-1020 




461-480 


13.50 


35 


Up to 10.0 


Up to 500 


1021-1050 


Up to 500 


481-500 


13.95 


36 


10.1-10.4 


501-520 


1051-1080 


501-520 


501-520 


14.40 


37 


10.5-10.8 


521-540 


1081-1110 


521-540 


521-540 


14.85 


38 


10.9-11.2 


541-560 


1111-1140 


541-560 


541-560 


15.30 


39 


11.3-11.6 


561-580 


1141-1170 


561-580 


561-580 


15.75 


40 


11.7-12.0 


581-600 


1171-1200 


581-600 


581-600 


16.20 


41 


12.1-12.4 


601-620 


1201-1230 


601-620 


601-620 


16.65 


42 


12.5-12.8 


621-640 


1231-1260 


621-640 


621-640 


17.10 


43 


12.9-13.2 


641-660 


1261-1290 


641-660 


641-660 


17.55 


44 


13.3-13.6 


661-680 


1291-1320 


661-680 


661-680 


18.00 


45 


13.7-14.0 


681-700 


1321-1350 


681-700 


681-700 


18.45 


46 


14.1-14.4 


701-720 


1351-1380 


701-720 


701-720 


18.90 


47 


14.5-14.8 


721-740 


1381-1410 


721-740 


721-740 


19.35 


48 


14.9-15.2 


741-760 


1411-1440 


741-760 


741-760 


19.80 


49 


15.3-15.6 


761-780 


1441-1470 


761-780 


761-780 



903 



2700 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 503/76 







GUARANTEED PRODUCTION 










(Crops listed in order of 


Priority) 






Indemnity 
Dollars 
Per Acre 


1 . Corn 


2. Soybeans 


3. White 
Beans 


4. Spring 
Grain 


5. Coloured 
Beans 


6. Flax 




(Bushels 


(Bushels 


(Pounds 


(Pounds 


(Pounds 


(Pounds 




per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


p)er acre) 


$ 20.25 


50 


15.7-16.0 


781-800 


1471-1500 


781-800 


781-800 


20.70 


51 


16.1-16.4 


801-820 


1501-1530 


801-820 


801-820 


21.15 


52 


16.5-16.8 


821-840 


1531-1560 


821-840 


821-840 


21.60 


53 


16.9-17.2 


841-860 


1561-1590 


841-860 


841-860 


22.05 


54 


17.3-17.6 


861-880 


1591-1620 


861-880 


861-880 


22.50 


55 


17.7-18.0 


881-900 


1621-1650 


881-900 


881-900 


22.95 


56 


18.1-18.4 


901-920 


1651-1680 


901-920 


901-920 


23.40 


57 


18.5-18.8 


921-940 


1681-1710 


921-940 


921-940 


23.85 


58 


18.9-19.2 


941-960 


1711-1740 


941-960 


941-960 


24.30 


59 


19.3-19.6 


961-980 


1741-1770 


961-980 


961-980 


24.75 


60 


19.7-20.0 


981-1000 


1771-1800 


981-1000 


981-1000 


25.20 


61 


20.1-20.4 


1001-1020 


1801-1830 


1001-1020 


1001-1020 


25.65 


62 


20.5-20.8 


1021-1040 


1831-1860 


1021-1040 


1021-1040 


26.10 


63 


20.9-21.2 


1041-1060 


1861-1890 


1041-1060 


1041-1060 


26.55 


64 


21.3-21.6 


1061-1080 


1891-1920 


1061-1080 


1061-1080 


27.00 


65 


21.7-22.0 


1081-1100 


1921-1950 


1081-1100 


1081-1100 


27.45 


66 


22.1-22.4 


1101-1120 


1951-1980 


1101-1120 


1101-1120 


27.90 


67 


22.5-22.8 


1121-1140 


1981-2010 


1121-1140 


112M140 


28.35 


68 


22.9-23.2 


1141-1160 


2011-2040 


1141-1160 


1141-1160 


28.80 


69 


23.3-23.6 


1161-1180 


2041-2070 


1161-1180 


1161-1180 


29.25 


70 


23.7-24.0 


1181-1200 


2071-2100 


1181-1200 


1181-1200 


29.70 


71 


24.1-24.4 


1201-1220 


2101-2130 


1201-1220 


1201-1220 


30.15 


72 


24.5-24.8 


1221-1240 


2131-2160 


1221-1240 


1221-1240 


30.60 


73 


24.9-25.2 


1241-1260 


2161-21<)() 


1241-1260 


1241-1260 


31.05 


74 


25.3-25.6 


1261-1280 


2191-22211 


1261-1280 


1261-1280 


31.50 


75 


25.7-26.0 


1281-1300 


2221-2250 


1281-1300 


1281-1300 


31.95 


76 


26.1-26.4 


1301-1320 


2251-2280 


1301-1320 


1301-1320 



904 



0. Reg. 503/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 504/76 2701 







GUARANTEED PRODUCTION 






Indemnity 
Dollars 
Per Acre 




(Crops listed in order of Priority) 






1. Corn 


2. Soybeans 


3. White 
Beans 


4. Spring 
Grain 


5. Coloured 
Beans 


6. Flax 


(Bushels 


(Bushels 


(Pounds 


(Pounds 


(Pounds 


(Poiinds 




per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


1 UAO 


/ / 


26.5-26.8 


1321-1340 


2281-2310 


1321-1340 


1321-1340 


32.85 


78 


26.9-27.2 


1341-1360 


2311-2340 


1341-1360 


1341-1360 


33.30 


79 


27.3-27.6 


1361-1380 


2341-2370 


1361-1380 


1361-1380 


33.75 


80 


27.7-28.0 


1381-1400 


2371-2400 


1381-1400 


1381-1400 


34.20 


81 


28.1-28.4 


1401-1420 


2401-2430 


1401-1420 


1401-1420 


34.65 


82 


28.5-28.8 


1421-1440 


2431-2460 


1421-1440 


1421-1440 


35.10 


83 


28.9-29.2 


1441-1460 


2461-2490 


1441-1460 


1441-1460 


35.55 


84 


29.3-29.6 


1461-1480 


2491-2520 


1461-1480 


1461-1480 


36.00 


85 


29.7-30.0 


1481-1500 


2521-2550 


1481-1500 


1481-1500 




or more 


or more ' 

1 


or more 


or more 


or more 


or more 



O. Reg. 503/76, s. 1. 

The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario: 

Henry Ediger 

Chairman 



Ronald Atkinson 

Secretary 



Dated at Toronto, this 10th day of May, 1976. 
(8199) 

THE CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

O. Reg. 504/76. 

Crop Insurance Plan — White Beans. 
Made— May 10th, 1976. 
Approved — June 2nd, 1976. 
FUed— June 7th, 1976. 



26 



REGULATION TO AMEND 
REGULATION 154 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO. 1970 

MADE UNDER 
THE CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

1. The Table of Regulation 154 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1970, as remade by section 9 of 
Ontario Regulation 346/75, is revoked and the following substituted therefor: 



905 



2702 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

TABLE 



O. Reg. 504/76 







GUARANTEED PRODUCTION 






Indemnity 
Dollars 
Per Acre 




(Crops listed in order of 


Priority) 






1. Corn 


2. Soybeans 


3. White 
Beans 


4. Spring 
Grain 


5. Coloured 
Beans 


6. Flax 


(Bushels 


(Bushels 


(Pounds 


(Pounds 


(Pounds 


(Pounds 




per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


$ 9.00 


Up to 25 






Up to 750 




Up to 300 


9,45 


26 






751-780 




301-320 


9.90 


27 






781-810 




321-340 


10.35 


28 






811-840 




341-360 


10.80 


29 






841-870 




361-380 


11.25 


30 






871-900 




381-400 


11.70 


31 






901-930 




401-420 


12.15 


32 






931-960 




421-440 


12.60 


33 






961-990 




441-460 


13.05 


34 






991-1020 




461-480 


13.50 


35 


Up to 10.0 


Up to 500 


1021-1050 


Up to 500 


481-500 


13.95 


36 


10.1-10.4 


501-520 


1051-1080 


501-520 


501-520 


14.40 


37 


10.5-10.8 


521-540 


1081-1110 


521-540 


521-540 


14.85 


38 


10.9-11.2 


541-560 


1111-1140 


541-560 


541-560 


15.30 


39 


11.3-11.6 


561-580 


1141-1170 


561-580 


561-580 


15.75 


40 


11.7-12.0 


581-600 


1171-1200 


581-600 


581-600 


16.20 


41 


12.1-12.4 


601-620 


1201-1230 


601-620 


601-620 


16.65 


42 


12.5-12.8 


621-640 


1231-1260 


621-640 


621-640 


17.10 


43 


12.9-13.2 


641-660 


1261-1290 


641-660 


641-660 


17.55 


44 


13.3-13.6 


661-680 


1291-1320 


661-680 


661-680 


18.00 


45 


13.7-14.0 


681-700 


1321-1350 


681-700 


681-700 


18.45 


46 


14.1-14.4 


701-720 


1351-1380 


701-720 


701-720 


18.90 


47 


14.5-14.8 


721-740 


1381-1410 


721-740 


721-740 


19.35 


48 


14.9-15.2 


741-760 


1411-1440 


741-760 


741-760 


19.80 


49 


15.3-15.6 


761-780 


1441-1470 


761-780 


761-780 



906 



O. Reg. 504/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2703 







GUARANTEED PRODUCTION 






Indemnity 
Dollars 
Per Acre 




(Crops listed in order of Priority) 






1. Com 


2. Soybeans 


3. White 
Beans 


4. Spring 
Grain 


5. Coloured 
Beans 


6. Flax 


(Bushels 


(Bushels 


(Pounds 


(Pounds 


(Pounds 


(Pounds 




per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


$ 20.25 


50 


15.7-16.0 


781-800 


1471-1500 


781-800 


781-800 


20.70 


51 


16.1-164 


801-820 


1501-1530 


801-820 


801-820 


21.15 


52 


16.5-16.8 


821-840 


1531-1560 


821-840 


821-840 


21.60 


53 


16.9-17.2 


841-860 


1561-1590 


841-860 


841-860 


22.05 


54 


17.3-17.6 


861-880 


1591-1620 


861-880 


861-880 


22.50 


55 


17.7-18.0 


881-900 


1621-1650 


881-900 


881-900 


22.95 


56 


18.1-184 


901-920 


1651-1680 


901-920 


901-920 


23.40 


57 


18.5-18.8 


921-940 


1681-1710 


921-940 


921-940 


23.85 


58 


18.9-19.2 


941-960 


1711-1740 


941-960 


941-960 


24.30 


59 


19.3-19.6 


961-980 


1741-1770 


961-980 


961-980 


24.75 


60 


19.7-20.0 


981-1000 


1771-1800 


981-1000 


981-1000 


25.20 


61 


20.1-20.4 


1001-1020 


1801-1830 


1001-1020 


1001-1020 


25.65 


62 


20.5-20.8 


1021-1040 


1831-1860 


1021-1040 


1021-1040 


26.10 


63 


20.9-21.2 


1041-1060 


1861-1890 


1041-1060 


1041-1060 


26.55 


64 


21.3-21.6 


1061-1080 


1891-1920 


1061-1080 


1061-1080 


27.00 


65 


21.7-22.0 


1081-1100 


1921-1950 


1081-1100 


1081-1100 


27.45 


66 


22 1-22.4 


1101-1120 


1951-1980 


1101-1120 


1101-1120 


27.90 


67 


22.5-22.8 


1121-1140 


1981-2010 


1121-1140 


1121-1140 


28.35 


68 


22.9-23.2 


1141-1160 


2011-2040 


1141-1160 


1141-1160 


28.80 


69 


23.3-23.6 


1161-1180 


2041-2070 


1161-1180 


1161-1180 


29.25 


70 


23.7-24.0 


1181-1200 


2071-2100 


1181-1200 


1181-1200 


29.70 


71 


24.1-24.4 


1201-1220 


2101-2130 


1201-1220 


1201-1220 


30.15 


72 


24.5-24.8 


1221-1240 


2131-2160 


1221-1240 


1221-1240 


30.60 


73 


24.9-25.2 


1241-1260 


2161-2190 


1241-1260 


1241-1260 


31.05 


74 


25.3-25.6 


1261-1280 


2191-2220 


1261-1280 


1261-1280 


31.50 


75 


25.7-26.0 


1281-1300 


2221-2250 


1281-1300 


1281-1300 


31.95 


76 


26.1-26.4 


1301-1320 
907 


2251-2280 


1301-1320 


1301-1320 



2704 O. Reg. 504/76 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 505/76 



Indemnity 
Dollars 
Per Acre 


GUARANTEED PRODUCTION 
(Crops listed in order of Priority) 


1. Corn 


2. Soybeans 


3. White 
Beans 


4. Spring 
Grain 


5. Coloured 
Beans 


6. Flax 


(Bushels 
per acre) 


(Bushels 
per acre) 


(Pounds 
per acre) 


(Pounds 
per acre) 


(Pounds 
per acre) 


(Pounds 
per acre) 


S 32.40 
32.85 
33.30 
33.75 
34.20 
34.65 
35.10 
35.55 
36.00 


77 
78 
79 
80 
81 
82 
83 
84 
85 
or more 


26.5-26.8 
26.9-27.2 
27.3-27.6 
27.7-28.0 
28.1-28.4 
28.5-28.8 
28.9-29.2 
29.3-29.6 
29.7-30.0 
or more 


1321-1340 
1341-1360 
1361-1380 
1381-1400 
1401-1420 
1421-1440 
1441-1460 
1461-1480 
1481-1500 
or more 


2281-2310 
2311-2340 
2341-2370 
2371-2400 
2401-2430 
2431-2460 
2461-2490 
2491-2520 
2521-2550 
or more 


1321-1,340 
1341-1360 
1361-1380 
1381-1400 
1401-1420 
1421-1440 
1441-1460 
1461-1480 
1481-1500 
or more 


1321-1.340 
1341-1360 
1361-1380 
1381-1400 
1401-1420 
1421-1440 
1441-1460 
1461-1480 
1481-1500 
or more 



Dated at Toronto, this 10th day of May, 1976. 
(8200) 



O. Reg. 504/76, s. 1. 

The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario: 

Henry Ediger 

Chairman 

Ronald Atkinson 

Secretary 



26 



THE CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

O. Reg. 505/76. 

Crop Insurance Plan — Spring Grain. 
Made— May 10th, 1976. 
Approved — June 2nd, 1976. 
Filed— June 7th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 
REGULATION 151 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER 
THE CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

1. The table of Regulation 151 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1970, as remade by section 9 of 
Ontario Regulation 348/75, is revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

908 



O. Reg. 505/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

TABLE 



2705 







GUARANTEED PRODUCTION 






Indemnity 
Dollars 
Per Acre 




(Crops listed in order of 


Priority) 






1. Com 


2. Soybeans 


3. N^Tiite 
Beans 


4. Spring 
Grain 


5. Coloured 
Beans 


6. Flax 


(Bushels 


(Bushels 


(Pounds 


(Pounds 


(Pounds 


(Pounds 




per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


j)er acre) 


per acre) 


$ 9.00 


Up to 25 






Up to 750 




Up to 300 


9.45 


26 






751-780 




301-320 


9.90 


27 






781-810 




321-340 


10.35 


28 






811-840 




341-360 


10.80 


29 






841-870 




361-380 


11.25 


30 






871-900 




381-400 


11.70 


31 






901-930 




401-420 


12.15 


32 






931-960 




421-440 


12.60 


33 






961-990 




441-460 


13.05 


34 






991-1020 




461-480 


13.50 


35 


Up to 10.0 


Up to 500 


1021-1050 


Up to 500 


481-500 


13.95 


36 


101-10.4 


501-520 


1051-1080 


501-520 


501-520 


14.40 


37 


10.5-10.8 


521-540 


1081-1110 


521-540 


521-540 


14.85 


38 


10.9-11.2 


541-560 


1111-1140 


541-560 


541-560 


15.30 


39 


11 3-11.6 


561-580 


1141-1170 


561-580 


561-580 


15.75 


40 


11.7-12.0 


581-600 


1171-1200 


581-600 


581-600 


16.20 


41 


12.1-12.4 


601-620 


1201-1230 


601-620 


601-620 


16.65 


42 


12.5-12.8 


621-640 


1231-1260 


621-640 


621-640 


17.10 


43 


12.9-13.2 


641-660 


1261-1290 


641-660 


641-660 


17.55 


44 


13.3-13.6 


661-680 


1291-1320 


661-680 


661-680 


18.00 


45 


13.7-14.0 


681-700 


1321-1350 


681-700 


681-700 


18.45 


46 


14.1-144 


701-720 


1351-1380 


701-720 


701-720 


18.90 


47 


14.5-14.8 


721-740 


1381-1410 


721-740 


721-740 


19.35 


48 


14.9-15.2 


741-760 


1411-1440 


741-760 


741-760 


19.80 


49 


15.3-15.6 


761-780 


1441-1470 


761-780 


761-780 



909 



2706 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 505/76 



Indemnity 
Dollars 
Per Acre 


GUARANTEED PRODUCTION 

(Crops listed in order of Priority) 


1. Corn 


2. Soybeans 


3. White 
Beans 


4. Spring 
Grain 


5. Coloured 
Beans 


6. Flax 


(Bushels 
per acre) 


(Bushels 
per acre) 


(Pounds 
per acre) 


(Pounds 
per acre) 


(Pounds 
per acre) 


(Pounds 
per acre) 


$ 20.25 


50 


15.7-16.0 


781-800 


1471-1500 


781-800 


781-800 


20.70 


51 


16.1-16.4 


801-820 


1501-1530 


801-820 


801-820 


21.15 


52 


16.5-16.8 


821-840 


1531-1560 


821-840 


821-840 


21.60 


53 


16.9-17.2 


841-860 


1561-1590 


841-860 


841-860 


22.05 


54 


17.3-17.6 


861-880 


1591-1620 


861-880 


861-880 


22.50 


55 


17.7-18.0 


881-900 


1621-1650 


881-900 


881-900 


22.95 


56 


18.1-18.4 


901-920 


1651-1680 


901-920 


901-920 


23.40 


57 


18.5-18.8 


921-940 


1681-1710 


921-940 


921-940 


23.85 


58 


18.9-19.2 


941-960 


1711-1740 


941-960 


941-960 


24.30 


59 


19.3-19.6 


961-980 


1741-1770 


961-980 


961-980 


24.75 


60 


19.7-20.0 


981-1000 


1771-1800 


981-1000 


981-1000 


25.20 


61 


20.1-20.4 


1001-1020 


1801-1830 


1001-1020 


1001-1020 


25.65 


62 


20.5-20.8 


1021-1040 


1831-1860 


1021-1040 


1021-1040 


26.10 


63 


20.9-21.2 


1041-1060 


1861-1890 


1041-1060 


1041-1060 


26.55 


64 


21.3-21.6 


1061-1080 


1891-1920 


1061-1080 


1061-1080 


27.00 


65 


21.7-22.0 


1081-1100 


1921-1950 


1081-1100 


1081-1100 


27.45 


66 


22.1-22.4 


1101-1120 


1951-1980 


1101-1120 


1101-1120 


27.90 


67 


22.5-22.8 


1121-1140 


1981-2010 


1121-1140 


1121-1140 


28.35 


68 


22.9-23.2 


1141-1160 


2011-2040 


1141-1160 


1141-1160 


28.80 


69 


23.3-23.6 


1161-1180 


2041-2070 


1161-1180 


1161-1180 


29.25 


70 


23.7-24.0 


1181-1200 


2071-2100 


1181-1200 


1181-1200 


29.70 


71 


24.1-24.4 


1201-1220 


2101-2130 


1201-1220 


1201-1220 


30.15 


72 


24.5-24.8 


1221-1240 


2131-2160 


1221-1240 


1221-1240 


30.60 


73 


24.9-25.2 


1241-1260 


2161-2190 


1241-1260 


1241-1260 


31.05 


74 


25.3-25.6 


1261-1280 


2191-2220 


1261-1280 


1261-1280 


31.50 


75 


25.7-26.0 


1281-1300 


2221-2250 


1281-1300 


1281-1300 


31.95 


76 


26.1-26.4 


1301-1320 


2251-2280 


1301-1320 


1301-1320 



910 



O. Reg. 505/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 506/76 2707 







GUARANTEED PRODUCTION 






Indemnity 
Dollars 
Per Acre 




(Crops listed in order of Priority) 






1. Com 


2. Soybeans 


3. UTiite 
Beans 


4. Spring 
Grain 


5. Coloured 
Beans 


6. Flax 


(Bushels 


(Bushels 


(Pounds 


(Pounds 


(Pounds 


(Pounds 




per acre) 


per acre) per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


$ MAO 


77 


26.5-26.8 


1321-1340 


2281-2310 


1321-1340 


1321-1340 


32.85 


78 


26.9-27.2 


1341-1360 


2311-2340 


1341-1360 


1341-1360 


33.30 


79 


27.3-27.6 


1361-1380 


2341-2370 


1361-1380 


1361-1380 


33.75 


80 


27.7-28.0 


1381-1400 


2371-2400 


1381-1400 


1381-1400 


34.20 


81 


28.1-28.4 


1401-1420 


2401-2430 


1401-1420 


1401-1420 


34.65 


82 


28.5-28.8 


1421-1440 


2431-2460 


1421-1440 


1421-1440 


35.10 


83 


28.9-29.2 


1441-1460 


2461-2490 


1441-1460 


1441-1460 


35.55 


84 


29.3-29.6 


1461-1480 


2491-2520 


1461-1480 


1461-1480 


36.00 


85 


29.7-30.0 


1481-1500 


2521-2550 


1481-1500 


1481-1500 




or more 


or more i or more 


or more 


or mon- 


or more 

1 



O. Reg. 505/76. s. 1. 

2. Subparagraph 4 of paragraph 3 of Form 2 of the said Regulation, as remade by secti(Mi 10 of Ontario 
R^ulation 348 75. is revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(4) Where the insured i>erson seeds or plants a 
crop which is listed in the Table, and failsto insure 
the crop, the premium deposit in respect of acreage 
so planted shall be retained by the Commission as 
payment for the coverage provided. 

The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario: 
Henry Ediger 

Chairman 
Ronald Atkinson 

Secretary 
Dated at Toronto, this 10th day of May, 1976. 



(8201) 



26 



THE CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

O. Reg. 506/76. 

Crop Insurance Plan — Coloured Beans. 
Made— May 10th. 1976. 
Approved — June 2nd, 1976. 
Filed— June 7th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND ONTARIO REGULATION 304/73 

MADE UNDER 

THE CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

1 The Table of Ontario Regulation 304/73, as remade by section 9 of Ontario Regulation 347/75. 
is revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

911 



2708 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

TABLE 



O. Reg. 506/76 







GUARANTEED PRODUCTION 






Indemnity 
Dollars 
Per Acre 




(Crops listed in order of Prioiity) 






1. Corn 


2. Soybeans 


3. White 
Beans 


4. Spring 
Grain 


5. Coloured 
Beans 


6. Flax 


(Bushels 


(Bushels 


(Pounds 


(Pounds 


(Pounds 


(Pounds 




per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


% 9.00 


Up to 25 






Up to 750 




Up to 300 


9.45 


26 






751-780 




301-320 


9.90 


27 






781-810 




321-340 


10.35 


28 






811-840 




341-360 


10.80 


29 






841-870 




361-380 


11.25 


30 






871-900 




381-400 


11.70 


31 






901-930 




401-420 


12.15 


32 






931-960 




421-440 


12.60 


33 






961-990 




441-460 


13.05 


34 






991-1020 




461-480 


13.50 


35 


Up to 10.0 


Up to 500 


1021-1050 


Up to 500 


481-500 


13.95 


36 


10.1-10.4 


501-520 


1051-1080 


501-520 


501-520 


14.40 


37 


10.5-10.8 


521-540 


1081-1110 


521-540 


521-540 


14.85 


38 


10.9-11.2 


541-560 


1111-1140 


541-560 


541-560 


15.30 


39 


11.3-11.6 


561-580 


1141-1170 


561-580 


561-580 


15.75 


40 


11.7-12.0 


581-600 


1171-1200 


581-600 


581-600 


16.20 


41 


12.1-12.4 


601-620 


1201-1230 


601-620 


601-620 


16,65 


42 


12.5-12.8 


621-640 


1231-1260 


621-640 


621-640 


17.10 


43 


12.9-13.2 


641-660 


1261-1290 


641-660 


641-660 


17.55 


44 


13.3-13.6 


661-680 


1291-1320 


661-680 


661-680 


18.00 


45 


13.7-14.0 


681-700 


1321-1350 


681-700 


681-700 


18.45 


46 


14.1-14.4 


701-720 


1351-1380 


701-720 


701-720 


18.90 


47 


14.5-14.8 


721-740 


1381-1410 


721-740 


721-740 


19.35 


48 


14.9-15.2 


741-760 


1411-1440 


741-760 


741-760 


19.80 


49 


15.3-15.6 


761-780 


1441-1470 


761-780 


761-780 



912 



O. Reg. 506/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2709 



1 




GUARANTEED PRODUCTION 






Indemnity 
Dollars 
Per Acre 




(Crops listed in order of 


Priority) 






1. Com 


2. Soybeans 


3. White 
Beans 


4. Spring 
Grain 


5. Coloured 
Beans 


6. Flax 


(Bushels 


(Bushels 


(Pounds 


(Pounds 


(Pounds 


(Pounds 




per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


1 20.25 


50 


15.7-16.0 


781-800 


1471-1500 


781-800 


781-800 


20.70 


51 


16.1-16.4 


801-820 


1501-1530 


801-820 


801-820 


21.15 


52 


16.5-16.8 


821-840 


1531-1560 


821-840 


821-840 


21.60 


53 


16.9-17.2 


841-860 


1561-1590 


841-860 


841-860 


22.05 


54 


17.3-17.6 


861-880 


1591-1620 


861-880 


861-880 


22.50 


55 


17.7-18.0 


881-900 


1621-1650 


881-900 


881-900 


22.95 


56 


18.1-18.4 


901-920 


1651-1680 


901-920 


901-920 


23.40 


57 


18.5-18.8 


921-940 


1681-1710 


921-940 


921-940 


23.85 


58 


18.9-19.2 


941-960 


1711-1740 


941-960 


941-960 


24.30 


59 


19.3-19.6 


%l-980 


1741-1770 


%l-980 


961-980 


24.75 


60 


19.7-20.0 


981-1000 


1771-1800 


981-1000 


981-1000 


25.20 


61 


20.1-20.4 


1001-1020 


1801-1830 


1001-1020 


1001-1020 


25.65 


62 


20.5-20.8 


1021-1040 


1831-1860 


1021-1040 


1021-1040 


26.10 


63 


20.9-21.2 


1041-1060 


1861-1890 


1041-1060 


1041-1060 


26.55 


64 


21.3-21.6 


1061-1080 


1891-1920 


1061-1080 


1061-1080 


27.00 


65 


21.7-22.0 


1081-1100 


1921-1950 


1081-1100 


1081-1100 


27.45 


66 


22.1-22.4 


1101-1120 


1951-1980 


1101-1120 


1101-1120 


27.90 


67 


22.5-22.8 


1121-1140 


1981-2010 


1121-1140 


1121-1140 


28.35 


68 


22.9-23.2 


1141-1160 


2011-2040 


1141-1160 


1141-1160 


28.80 


69 


23.3-23.6 


1161-1180 


2041-2070 


1161-1180 


1161-1180 


29.25 


70 


23.7-24.0 


1181-1200 


2071-2100 


1181-1200 


1181-1200 


29.70 


71 


24.1-24.4 


1201-1220 


2101-2130 


1201-1220 


1201-1220 


30.15 


72 


24.5-24.8 


1221-1240 


2131-2160 


1221-1240 


1221-1240 


30.60 


73 


24.9-25.2 


1241-1260 


2161-2190 


1241-1260 


1241-1260 


31.05 


74 


25.3-25.6 


1261-1280 


2191-2220 


1261-1280 


1261-1280 


31.50 


75 


25.7-26.0 


1281-1300 


2221-2250 


1281-1300 


1281-1300 


31.95 


76 


26.1-26.4 


1301-1320 


2251-2280 


1301-1320 


1301-1320 



913 



2710 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 506/76 







GUARANTEED PRODUCTION 






Indemnity 
Dollars 
Per Acre 




(Crops listed in order of Priority) 






1. Corn 


2. Soybeans 


3. White 


4. Spring 


5. Coloured 


6. Flax 






Beans 


Grain 


Beans 




(Bushels 


(Bushels 


(Pounds 


(Pounds 


(Pounds 


(Pounds 




per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


per acre) 


$ .^2.40 


77 


26.5-26.8 


1321-1340 


2281-2310 


1321-1340 


1321-1340 


32.85 


78 


26.9-27.2 


1341-1360 


2311-2340 


1341-1360 


1341-1360 


33.30 


79 


27.3-27.6 


1361-1380 


2341-2370 


1361-1380 


1361-1380 


33.75 


80 


27.7-28.0 


1381-1400 


2371-2400 


1381-1400 


1381-1400 


34.20 


81 


28.1-28.4 


1401-1420 


2401-2430 


1401-1420 


1401-1420 


34.65 


82 


28.5-28.8 


1421-1440 


2431-2460 


1421-1440 


1421-1440 


35.10 


83 


28.9-29.2 


1441-1460 


2461-2490 


1441-1460 


1441-1460 


35.55 


84 


29.3-29.6 


1461-1480 


2491-2520 


1461-1480 


1461-1480 


36.00 


85 


29.7-30.0 


1481-1500 


2521-2550 


1481-1500 


1481-1500 




or more 


or mor(> j or more 


or more 


or more 


or more 



Dated at Toronto, this 10th day of May, 1976. 
(8202) 



O. Reg. 506/76, s. 1. 

The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario: 

Henry Ediger 

Chairman 

Ronald Atkinson 

Secretary 



26 



914 



O. Reg. 507/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



THE GENERAL WELFARE 
ASSISTANCE ACT 

O. Reg. 507/76. 

General. 

Made— June 2nd, 1976. 

Filed— June 7th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 383 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER 

THE GENERAL WELFARE 

ASSISTANCE ACT 

1. — (1) Clause a of subsection 3 of section 7 of 
Regulation 383 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1970, as made by section 2 of 
Ontario Regulation 216/74 and amended by 
section 2 of Ontario Regulation 532/74, is 
further amended by adding "or" at the end 



of subclause i and by striking out 
the end of subclause ii. 



2711 



'or" at 



(2) Subclause iii of clause a of subsection 3 of 
the said section 7, as remade by section 2 of 
Ontario Regulation 532/74, is revoked. 

2. Subsection 3a of section 10 of the said 
Regulation, as made by subsection 2 of 
section 3 of Ontario Regulation 532/74, is 
revoked. 

3. The said Regiilation is amended by adding 
thereto the following section : 

17a. A municipality, council of the band or the 
Province of Ontario, as the case may be, providing 
general assistance to any person eligible for pre- 
scribed drugs under section 23b of Regulation 287 
of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1970 shall 
provide that person and any of his dependants 
with an identification card in a form and manner 
prescribed by the Director. O. Reg. 507/76, s. 3. 



4. Clause A of item 1 of Part I of Form 5 to the said Regulation, as remade by section 5 of Ontario 
Regulation 418/75, is revoked and the following substituted therefor; 

A. Budgetary Requirements 

Ordinary Needs $ 

Board and Lodging 

Special Diet 

Pregnancy Item 

Shelter 

Hostels and Transients 

Fuel 

Foster Children 

Advanced Age 

Other 

Sub-total I 

Less : Income S 



5. This Regulation comes into force on the 1st day of September, 1976. 
(8203) 



26 



915 



2712 O. Reg. 508/76 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 509/76 



THE FAMILY BENEFITS ACT 

O. Reg. 508/76. 

General. 

Made— June 2nd, 1976. 

Filed— June 7th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 287 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 

MADE UNDER 

THE FAMILY BENEFITS ACT 



1970 



1. Clauses c and d of paragraph 12 of sub- 
section 2 of section 11 of Regulation 287 
of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1970, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
856/75, are revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 

(c) the difference between $60 and the aggre- 
gate of the monthly amounts determined 
under paragraphs 4, 4a, 5, 7, 9, 10 and 11 
where such aggregate is less than $60 and 
where the applicant or recipient is, 

(i) a single person, or 

(ii) a married person and he or his 
spouse, but not both of them is a 
blind person, a disabled person or 
is receiving an increment under 
The Ontario Guaranteed Annual In- 
come Act, 1974; or 

(d) the difference between $120 and the aggre- 
gate of the monthly amounts determined 
under paragraphs 4, 4a, 5, 7, 9, 10 and 11 
where such aggregate is less than $120 
and where the applicant or recipient is a 
married person and both he and his spouse 
are blind persons or disabled persons or are 
receiving increments under The Ontario 
Guaranteed Annual Income Act, 1974. 



2. — (1) Subsection 1 of section 236 of the said 
Regulation, as remade by subsection 1 of 
section 4 of Ontario Regulation 741/75, is 
amended by striking out "or" at the end of 
clause a, and by adding thereto the following 
clauses : 

(ba) who is eligible for general assistance under 
The General Welfare Assistance Act; or 

(bb) who is a "dependant" within the meaning 
of clause d of subsection 1 of section 1 of 
Regulation 383 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1970, of a person referred to in 
clause ba. 



(2) Subsection 4 of the said section 236, as made 
by subsection 3 of section 4 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 741/75, is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

(4) An application for, 

(a) a pension payable under Part I of the 
Old Age Security Act (Canada); 

(6) an increment under The Ontario Guaranteed 
Annual Income Act, 1974; or 

(c) general assistance under The General Wel- 
fare Assistance Act, 

shall be deemed to be an application made under 
subsection 3. O. Reg. 508/76, s. 2 (2). 

3. — (1) Section 1 of this Regulation shall be 
deemed to have come into force on the 1st 
day of May, 1976. 

(2) Section 2 of this Regulation comes into force 
on the 1st day of September, 1976. 



(8204) 



26 



THE CORPORATIONS TAX ACT, 1972 

O. Reg. 509/76. 

General. 

Made — June 2nd, 1976. 

Filed— June 8th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO, REGULATION 350/73 

MADE UNDER 

THE CORPORATIONS TAX ACT, 1972 

1. Section 601 of Ontario Regulation 350/73, 
as remade by section 2 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 121/74, is amended by adding thereto 
the following paragraph : 

8a. The de Havilland Aircraft of Canada, 
Limited. 

2. This Regulation shall be deemed to have 
come into force on the 26th day of June, 
1974. 



(8207) 



26 



916 



O. Reg. 510/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2713 



THE PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 
DEVELOPMENT ACT, 1973 

O. Reg. 510/76. 

The Regional Municipality of York, 

Town of Markham. 
Made— June 7th, 1976. 
Filed— June 8th, 1976. 



ft 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 473/73 

MADE UNDER 

THE PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT, 1973 

1. Ontario Regulation 473/73 is amended by 
adding thereto the following section : 

39. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 27 may be 
used for the erection and use thereon of a factory 
for hght manufacturing and warehousing provided 
the following requirements are met : 



Maximum total floor 
area of factory 



53,000 square feet 



Maximum lot coverage 25 per cent 



Minimum distance of 
any part of any build- 
ing from centre Une of 
Foiuteenth Avenue 



Minimum distance of 
any part of any build- 
ing from centre line of 
Woodbine Avenue 



83 feet 



130 feet 



Minimum rear yard 40 feet 

Minimum side yards 20 feet on each side 



Maximum height 



30 feet 



Parking spaces shall be provided on the said 
land for each building in accordance with the 
following standards : 

For the first 30,000 square feet of floor area, 
one parking space for each 450 square feet or 
part thereof, and one parking space for each 
1,000 square feet or part thereof by which the 
floor area exceeds 30,000 square feet. 

The parking area shall have visible boundaries 
and shall be suitably drained. 

The parking area shall be paved and each 
parking space in the parking area shall be 
clearly demarcated and shall have a width of 
not less than nine feet and an area, exclusive 
of aisle or driveway, of not less than 200 square 
feet. 



The hghts used for illumination of the parking 
lot or parking station shall be so arranged as 
not to direct hght onto adjacent lots and streets. 

No gasohne pump or other service station 
equipment shall be located or maintained on 
any parking lot. 

Approaches and driveways to any parking 
area shall be defined by a curb of concrete 
or rolled asphalt or edges maintained neatly, 
and the limits of the parking area shall be 
defined by a fence, curb or other suitable 
obstruction designed to provide a neat 
appearance. 

Access driveways to any lot shall not be 
greater than 30 feet in width and the edges 
of such driveways shall join the edges of the 
street pavement with curves of a minimum 
radius of 20 feet ; 

The minimum width of a driveway or aisle in 
or leading to any parking or loading area 
shall be 10 feet for one-way trafl&c and 20 feet 
for two-way trafl&c. No driveway or aisle 
shall be greater than 25 feet in width except 
for entrance and exit ramps. 

Two loading spaces shall be provided and each 
loading space shall be at least 12 feet in 
width and 40 feet in length with a minimum 
height of 14 feet. 

No loading space or platform or loading door 
shall be located in any yard or wall of any 
building or structure which adjoins or faces 
Fourteenth Avenue or Woodbine Avenue. 

A parking area for the use of commercial and 
industrial traffic shall be provided but shall 
not be located in any yard adjoining Fourteenth 
Avenue or Woodbine Avenue. 

All buildings and structures must comply with the 
following restrictions : 

The exterior walls of the building shaU be 
constructed of or faced with brick, stone, glass, 
decorative concrete or similar new materials 
or a curtain-wall system composed of transoms 
and muUions with infill of insulated composite 
panels covered with prefinished metal, glass, 
plastic or similar materials. 

The following materials shall not be used: 

ordinary concrete block 

ordinary concrete brick 

ordinary metal cladding 

corrugated metal sheets or similar materials, 
or 

asbestos cladding 



917 



2714 O. Reg. 510/76 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 511/76 



Adjoining Fourteenth Avenue and Woodbine 
Avenue a minimum yard of 20 feet in depth 
immediately abutting the street Hne shall be 
used only for landscaped open space except that 
driveways shall be permitted to cross such 
landscaped open space. 

There shall be no illumination of an area 
outside any building unless such illumination 
is directed away from adjoining properties 
and any adjacent street. 

The storage of goods, material or machinery 
shall not be permitted other than in a wholly 
enclosed building except industrial refuse in 
enclosed containers which may be located on 
the site provided it is effectively screened by 
landscaping or decorative walls. O. Reg. 
510/76,5.1. 

2. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedule: 

Schedule 27 

That parcel of land situate in the Town of 
Markham in The Regional Municipality of York, 
formerly in the Township of Markham in the 
County of York, being composed of parts of Lot 5 
in Concession III more particularly described as 
follows : 

1. Premising that the westerly limit of the 
road allowance between concessions III and IV 
of the said Town has a course of north 9° 
west and relating all bearings herein thereto ; 

Beginning at a place in the westerly limit of 
the said road allowance at a distance of 893 
feet, 8 inches measured northerly thereon from 
the southeasterly angle of the said Lot 5 ; 

Thence south 81° west 672 feet, 9% inches to a 
point ; 

Thence south 9° east 298 feet to a point ; 

Thence north 74° 23' east 677 feet, 3V2 inches, 
more or less, to the said westerly limit of the 
said road allowance ; 

Thence north 9° west along the said limit 
219 feet, 11*4 inches to the place of beginning; 

2. Beginning at a place in the easterly limit of 
the said Lot 5 distant 673 feet, 8^4 inches 
measured northerly therealong from the south- 
easterly angle of the said Lot ; 

Thence south 74° 23' west 677 feet, 3^4 inches 
to a point ; 

Thence south 9° east 30 feet, 7 inches to the 
northwesterly angle of Lot 1 according to a 
Plan registered in the Land Registry Office 



for the Registry Division of Toronto Boroughs 
and York South (No. 64) as Number 3674 ; 

Thence north 74° 23' east along the northerly 
limit of the said Lot 1 and its production 
easterly 677 feet, 3^ inches to the easterly 
limit of the said Lot 5 ; 

Thence northerly along the easterly limit of 
the said Lot 5 a distance of 30 feet, 7 inches 
to the place of beginning. 

3. That parcel of land composed of Lot A 
according to a Plan registered in the Land 
Registry Office for the Registry Division of 
Toronto Boroughs and York South (No. 64) 
as Number 4312 for the Town of Markham. 

Excepting that part of the said Lot 5 designated 
as Part 6 according to a Plan deposited in the 
said Land Registry Office as Number RS-939 and 
that part of the said Lot 5 more particularly 
described as follows : 

Beginning at a place in the westerly limit of the 
road allowance between concessions III and IV 
at a distance of 893 feet, 8 inches measured 
northerly thereon from the southeasterly angle of 
the said Lot 5 ; 

Thence south 81° west 672 feet, 9% inches; 

Thence south 9° east 30 feet, 7 inches; 

Thence north 81° east 672 feet, 9% inches; 

Thence north 9° west along the last-mentioned 
limit 30 feet, 7 inches to the place of beginning. 
O. Reg. 510/76, s. 2. 

W. Darcy McKeough 

Treasurer of Ontario and 

Minister of Economics and 

Intergovernmental Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 7th day of June, 1976. 

(8208) 2^ 



THE MILK ACT 

O. Reg. 511/76. 

Grade A Milk — General. 
Made— March 24th, 1976. 
Approved — June 2nd, 1976. 
Filed— June 9th, 1976. 



918 



O. Reg. 511/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 512/76 2715 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 590 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER 

THE MILK ACT 

1. Section 52 of Regulation 590 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1970, as amended 
by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 177/73, 
is furtiher amended by adding thereto the 
following clauses: 

{j) where, in the opinion of the Director, the 
issuance or renewal of the Ucence is not in 
the public interest having regard to the 
past conduct of the applicant or, where 
the applicant is a corporation, of its ofl&cers 
or directors; 

(k) where, in the opinion of the Director, the 
past conduct of the appUcant or, where 
the appUcant is a corporation, of its oflRcers 
or directors, affords reasonable grounds 
for belief that the business will not be 
carried on in accordance with law and 
with honesty and integrity; or 

(/) where the applicant or, where the appUcant 
is a corporation, any ofl&cer, director or 
servant thereof, or any person who is or 
will be in any way associated with the 
applicant in the operation of the business, 
has contravened or has permitted any per- 
son under his control or direction in connec- 
tion with the business to contravene any 
provision of the Act or the regulations or 
of any other Act or the regulations there- 
under or of any law of any jurisdiction 
applying to the carrying on of the business 
and, in the opinion of the Director, such 
contravention warrants the refusjil to issue 
or renew the Ucence. R.R.O. 1970, R^. 
590, s. 52; O. Reg. 177/73, s. 2; O. Reg. 
511/76, s. 1. 

2. Subsection 1 of section 53 of the said Regu- 
lation, as amended by subsections 1, 2 and 3 
of section 3 of Ontario Regulation 177/73, is 
further amended by adding thereto the follow- 
ing clauses: 

(f) the Ucensee or, where the Ucensee is a 
corporation, every officer, director or serv- 
ant thereof, does not contravene nor per- 
mit any person under his control or direc- 
tion to contravene any provision of the 
Act or the regiilations or of any other 
Act or the regulations thereunder or of 
any law applying to the carrying on of 
such business, or the terms and conditions 
for licensing; or 

(j) the licensee carries on his business in 
accordance with law and with honesty and 
integrity and with regard to the public 



interest. R.R.O. 1970, Reg. 590, s. 53 (1); 
O. Reg. 177/73, s. 3 (1-3); O. Reg. 511/76, 
s. 2. 

The Milk Commission of Ontario: 

K. A. McEwEN 

Chairman 

J. F. Jewson 

Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 24th day of March, 1976. 

(8221) 26 

THE MILK ACT 

O. Reg. 512/76. 

Milk Products. 
Made— March 24th, 1976. 
Approved — June 2nd, 1976. 
Filed— June 9th. 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 600 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER 

THE MILK ACT 

1. Section 6 of Regulation 600 of Revised Regu- 
lations of Ontario, 1970, as amended by 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 176/73, is 
further amended by striking out "or" at the 
end of clause e and by adding thereto the 
foUowing clauses: 

(g) where, in the opinion of the Director, the 
issuance or renewal of the licence is not in 
the pubUc interest having regard to the 
past conduct of the applicant or, where 
the appUcant is a corporation, of its 
officers or directors ; 

(h) where, in the opinion of the Director, the 
past conduct of the applicant or, where 
the appUcant is a corporation, of its officers 
or directors, affords reasonable grounds 
for beUef that the business wiU not be 
carried on in accordance with law and 
with honesty and int^rity; 

(i) where the applicant or, where the appUcant 
is a corporation, any officer, director or 
servant thereof, or any person who is or 
will be in any way associated with the 
applicant in the operation of the business, 
has contravened or has permitted any per- 
son under his control or direction in con- 
nection with the business to contravene 
any provision of the Act or the regulations 
or of any other Act or the regulations 
thereunder or of any law of any jurisdic- 



919 



2716 O. Reg. 512/76 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 513/76 



tion applying to the carrying on of the 
business and, in the opinion of the Director, 
such contravention warrants the refusal to 
issue or renew the licence; or 

{j ) in respect of which a grant was paid under 
the Plant Consolidation Assistance Pro- 
gram established under section 5 of The 
Ministry of Agriculture and Food Act. 
R.R.O. 1970, Reg. 600, s. 6; O. Reg. 176/73, 
s. 1; O. Reg. 512/76, s. 1. 

2. Subsection 1 of section 8 of the said Regu- 
lation, as amended by section 2 of Ontario 
Regulation 120/72 and subsections 1 and 2 of 
section 2 of Ontario Regulation 176/73, is 
further amended by striking out "or" at the 
end of clause h and by adding thereto the 
following clauses: 

{j) the licensee or, where the licensee is a 
corporation, every officer, director or serv- 
ant thereof, does not contravene nor 
permit any person under his control or 
direction to contravene any provision of the 



Act or the regulations or of any other Act 
or the regulations thereunder or of any 
law applying to the carrying on of such 
business, or the terms and conditions for 
licensing; or 

{k) the licensee carries on his business in 
accordance with law and with honesty and 
integrity and with regard to the public 
interest. R.R.O. 1970, Reg. 600, s. 8 (1); 
O. Reg. 120/72, s. 2; O. Reg. 176/73, 
s. 2 (1, 2); O. Reg. 512/76, s. 2. 



The Milk Commission of Ontario: 

K. A. McEwEN 

Chairman 

J. F. Jewson 

Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 24th day of March, 1976. M 
(8222) 26 



THE EDUCATION ACT, 1974 

O. Reg. 513/76. 

Textbooks. 

Made— May 28th, 1976. 
Approved — June 2nd, 1976. 
Filed— June 10th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND ONTARIO REGULATION 258/75 

MADE UNDER 

THE EDUCATION ACT, 1974 

1. Schedule 1 to Ontario Regulation 258/75, as remade by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 380/76, 
is amended by adding thereto the following items: 

239. Mr. Mugs Ginn 

240. Mr. Mugs— A Jet-Pet Ginn 

241. Mr. Mugs and the Blue Whale Ginn 

242. Mr. Mugs Plays Ball Ginn 

O. Reg. 380/76, s. 2; O. Reg. 513/76, s. 1. 

2. Schedule 2 to the said Regulation, as remade by section 3 of Ontario Regulation 380/76, is 
amended by adding thereto the following items : 

Fitzhenry & Whiteside 
Fitzhenry & Whiteside 
Copp Clark 
McGraw-Hill Ryerson 
McClelland & Stewart 
McClelland & Stewart 



463. 


ZAP: Flying 


464. 


ZAP: Hockey 


465. 


Mathways 4 


466. 


Les plantes 


467. 


The First North Americans 


468. 


How Canada Got Its Capital 



O. Reg. 380/76, s. 3; O. Reg. 513/76. s. 2. 



920 



O. Reg. 513/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 514/76 2717 



3. Schedule 3 to the said Regulation, as remade by section 4 of Ontario Regulation 380/76, is 
amended by adding thereto the following items ; 



846. ZAP: Flying 

847. ZAP: Hockey 

848. De nos jours 

849. French 

850. Canada : Towards Tomorrow 

851 . Life in Acadia 

852. Many Cultures Many Heritages 

853. Reproduction and Heredity 

854. Les plantes 



Fitzhenry & Whiteside 

Fitzhenry & Whiteside 

Heath 

Guidance Centre 

McGraw-Hill Ryerson 

Fitzhenry & Whiteside 

McGraw-HiU Ryerson 

Holt 

McGraw-Hill Ryerson 

O. Reg. 380/76, s. 4; O. R^. 513/76, s. 3. 



4. Schedule 4 to the said Regulation, as remade by section 5 of Ontario Regulation 380/76, is 
amended by adding thereto the following items : 



518. Understanding the Canadian Economy, rev. ed. (metric) 

519. De nos jours 

520. Les ensembles 

521. Le fran^ais international 5, 2e version 

522. Lifeboat : Man and a Habitable Earth 

523. French 

524. Many Cultures Many Heritages 

525. Mediascan 

526. A Guide to Urban Studies 



Pitman 

Heath 

Prentice-Hall 

Centre educatif et culturel 

WUey 

Guidance Centre 

McGraw-Hill Ryerson 

Thomas Nelson 

Prentice-Hall 



O. Reg. 380/76, s. 5; O. Reg. 513/76. s. 4. 

Thomas L. Wells 
Minister of Education 



Dated at Toronto, this 28th day of May, 1976. 

(8223) 



26 



THE EDUCATION ACT, 1974 

O. Reg. 514/76. 

Fees for Ministry Courses. 
Made— May 12th, 1976. 
Approved — June 2nd, 1976. 
Filed— June 10th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 623/75 

MADE UNDER 

THE EDUCATION ACT, 1974 

1. Subsection 3 of section 3 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 623/75 is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

(3) Notwithstanding subsection 2, where a person 
I who has commenced a course withdraws from the 
course because of. 



(a) medical reasons evidenced by the certi- 
ficate of a medical doctor ; or 

(6) compassionate grounds acceptable to the 
Minister. 

the fee payable by or on behalf of such person shall 
be nil if the withdrawal is during the first week 
of the course and shall be reduced by $20 for each 
full week of the course that is subsequent to the 
withdrawal if the withdrawal is during the second 
or any subsequent week, and the appropriate amount 
shall be refunded to the person who paid the fee 
for the course. O. Reg. 514/76. s. 1. 



Thomas L. Wells 
Minister of Education 

Dated at Toronto, this 12th day of May, 1976. 

(8224) 26 



921 



2718 O. Reg. 515/76 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 516/76 



THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 515/76. 

Restricted Areas — County of Kent, 

Township of Chatham. 
Made— June 8th, 1976. 
Filed— June 10th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 10/73 

MADE UNDER 

THE PLANNING ACT 

1. Ontario Regulation 10/73 is amended by 
adding thereto the following section : 

38. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 33 may be 
used for the erection and use thereon of a farm 
implement sales and service establishment and 
structures accessory thereto, provided the following 
requirements are met: 

No building shall be permitted below the elevation 
of 584 feet, Canadian Geodetic Datum, and the 
minimum elevation for building openings shall be 
585 feet, Canadian Geodetic Datum, with fill to 
that elevation for a horizontal distance of 6 feet 
around the external walls of any building. 

No building shall be erected within 50 feet of 
the top of the bank of any municipal drain. 
O. Reg. 515/76, s. 1. 

2. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedule; 



Schedule 33 

That parcel of land situate in the Township of 
Chatham in the County of Kent being composed of 
that part of Lot 20 in Concession II in the said 
Township more particularly described as follows : 

Beginning at the intersection of the easterly limit 
of the said Lot 20 and the southerly limit of that 
part of the King's Highway known as No. 78, as 
widened by a Plan deposited in the Land Registry 
Office for the Land Registry Division of Kent (No. 
24) as Number 225 ; 

Thence south 1° 54' 45" west along the said easterly 
limit 1,000 feet to a point; 

Thence north 88° 10' 30" west parallel to the south- 
erly limit of the said part of the King's Highway as 
widened 453.6 feet to a point ; 

Thence north 1° 54' 45" east 1,000 feet to the south- 
erly limit of the said part of the King's Highway as 
widened; 

922 



Thence easterly along the said southerly limit to 
the place of beginning. O. Reg. 515/76, s. 2. 

G. M. Farrow 

Executive Director, 

Plans Administration Division, 

Ministry of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 8th day of June, 1976. 

(8225) 26 



THE PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION AND 
HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 516/76. 

Designations — Queen Elizabeth Way. 
Made— June 2nd, 1976. 
Filed— June 11th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 395 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER 

THE PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION AND 

HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT ACT 

1. Schedule 9a to Regulation 395 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1970, as made by 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 315/71, is 
revoked and the following substituted there- 
for: 

Schedule 9a 

INTERCHANGE AT DORVAL DRIVE 

In the Town of Oakville, in the former Township 
of Trafalgar, in The Regional Municipality of Halton 
being, 

(a) part of lots 17, 18 and 19 in Concession 2 
South of Dundas Street ; 

(b) part of lots 17, 18 and 19 in Concession 3 
South of Dundas Street ; 

(f) part of Service Road in lots 17 and 18 in 
Concession 2 South of Dundas Street ; 

(d) part of Service Road in lots 17, 18 and 
19 in Concession 3 South of Dundas 
Street ; 



{e) part of, 

(i) blocks A and D, and 
(ii) Sinclair Road, 
in Registered Plan Number 949; and 



1 



O. Reg. 516/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 517/76 2719 



(/) part of Wyecroft Road in Lot 18 in Con- 
cession 3 South of Dundas Street, 

and being those portions of the highway shown as 
Parts 1 and 2 on Ministry of Transportation and 
Communications Plan P- 1939-208, filed with the 
Record Services Office of the Ministry of Trans- 
portation and Communications, at Toronto, on the 
22nd day of April, 1976. 

0.68 mile, more or less. 



(8226) 



O. Reg. 516/76, s. 1. 
26 



THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 517/76. 

Restricted Areas — Part of the Corporation 

of the City of Timmins. 
Made— June 10th, 1976. 
Filed— June 11th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 597/72 

MADE UNDER 

THE PLANNING ACT 

1. Schedule 4 to Ontario Regulation 597/72, 
as made by section 2 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 434/73, and amended by section 3 of 
Ontario Regulation 795/73, section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 775/74, section 2 of 
Ontario Regulation 933/74 and section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 1044/75, is further 
amended by adding thereto the following 
paragraph : 

10. That part of Lot 9 in Concession VI, 
being patent claim P 28627 in the Geo- 
graphic Township of Ogden in the Terri- 
torial District of Cochrane. 

G. M. Farrow 

Executive Director, 

Plans Administration Division, 

Ministry of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 10th day of June, 1976. 

(8228) 26 



923 



O. Reg. 518/76 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 519/76 2787 

I Publications Under The Regulations Act 



July 3rd, 1976 



THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 518/76. 

Restricted Areas — County of Haldi- 
mand (now Regional Munici- 
pality of Haldimand-Norfolk), 
Township of Dunn (now Town of 
Dunnville). 

Made— June 11th, 1976. 

Filed— June 14th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 280/73 

MADE UNDER 

THE PLANNING ACT 

1. Section 42 of Ontario Regulation 280/73. 
as remade by section 1 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 435/76 is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor : 

42. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the lands described in Schedules 15, 16, 17, 
18, 19, 21, 22, 27, 29, 30, 31, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 
42, 43 and 45 may be used for the erection and 
use thereon of one single-family dwelling and 
buildings and structures accessory thereto, provided 
the provisions of section 15 and the following 
requirements are met : 

Minimum front yard 25 feet 

Minimum side yards 10 feet 

Minimum rear yard 25 feet 



Minimum total floor 
area of dwelling 

Maximum area of lot 
to be occupied by 
dwelling 

Maximum height of 
dweUing 



1,000 square feet 

15 per cent 

two and one-half storeys 
O. Reg. 518/76, s. 1. 



2. The said Regulation is amended by adding 
thereto the following Schedule : 

Schedule 45 

That parcel of land situate in the Town of 
Dunnville in The Regional Municipality of Haldi- 
mand-Norfolk, formerly in the Township of Dunn 
in the County of Haldimand, being composed of 



that part of Lot 3 in Concession IV South of the 
Dunnville and Dover Road more particularly 
described as follows : 

Commencing at the northeasterly angle of the 
said Lot 3 ; 

Thence southerly along the easterly limit of the said 
Lot 4,504.5 feet to the southerly limit of the Lake 
Shore Road ; 

Thence northerly 51° 04' west along the said 
southerly limit 1,433.35 feet to the place of 
beginning ; 

Thence continuing northerly 51° 04' west 64.25 feet 
to a post ; 

Thence southerly 0° 18' west 274.68 feet to a post ; 

Thence southerly 54° 39' east 64.25 feet to a post ; 

Thence northerly 0° 18' east 269.76 feet to the 
place of beginning. O. Reg. 518/76, s. 2. 

G. M. Farrow 

Executive Director, 

Plans Administration Division, 

Ministry of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 11th day of June, 1976. 

(8253) 26 



THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 519/76. 

Restricted Areas — County of Norfolk 
(now Regional Municipality of Haldi- 
mand-Norfolk), Township of Char- 
lotteville (now Township of Delhi). 

Made— June 11th, 1976. 

Filed— June 14th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 286/73 

MADE UNDER 

THE PLANNING ACT 

1. Ontario Regulation 286/73 is amended by 
adding thereto the following sections : 

66. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 85 may be 
used for the erection and use thereon of one single- 



925 



2788 O. Reg. 519/76 



family cottage and buildings and structures acces- 
sory thereto provided the provisions of section 15 
and the following requirements are met : 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 521/76 

THE PUBLIC TRUSTEE ACT 



Minimum front yard 
Minimum side yard 



25 feet 

10 feet on one side and 
4 feet on the other side 



Minimum rear yard 25 feet 

O. Reg. 519/76, s. I, pari. 

67. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 86 may be 
used for the erection and use thereon of a storage 
shed with a floor area not exceeding 3,200 square 
feet. O. Reg. 519/76, s. I, part. 



2. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedules: 



Schedule 85 

That parcel of land situate in the Township of 
Delhi in The Regional Municipality of Haldimand- 
Norfolk, formerly in the Township of Charlotteville 
in the County of Norfolk, being Lot 26 on a Plan 
registered in the Land Registry Office for the Registry 
Division of Norfolk (No. 37) as Number 546 Ward 3. 
O. Reg. 519/76, s. 2, part. 



Schedule 86 

That parcel of land situate in the Township of 
Delhi in The Regional Municipality of Haldimand- 
Norfolk, formerly in the Township of Charlotteville 
in the County of Norfolk, being that part of Lot 13 
in Concession IX more particularly described as 
follows : 

Beginning at the southeasterly angle of the south 
half of the said Lot ; 

Thence north 30° west 825 feet to a point ; 

Thence south 60° west 160 feet to a point ; 

Thence south 30° east 825 feet to a point ; 

Thence north 60° east, 160 feet to the place of 
beginning. O. Reg. 519 /76, s. 2, part. 

G. M. Farrow 

Executive Director, 

Plans Administration Division, 

Ministry of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 11th day of June, 1976. 

(8254) 27 



O. Reg. 520/76. 

General. 

Made— June 9th, 1976. 

Filed— June 14th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 761 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER 

THE PUBLIC TRUSTEE ACT 

1. Clause a of subsection 1 of section 5 of 
Regulation 761 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1970 is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor : 



(a) 



(8255) 



subject to subsections 2, 3 and 4, be 
credited to money in the hands of the 
Public Trustee on and after the 1st day of 
April, 1976 at the rate of 7 per cent per 
annum on the minimum quarterly balance 
exceeding $500 ; 



27 



THE PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS 
INSPECTION ACT, 1974 

O.Reg. 521/76. 

Fees and Allowances to Panel Members. 
Made— June 9th, 1976. 
Filed— June 14th, 1976. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 

THE PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS 

INSPECTION ACT. 1974 

FEES AND ALLOWANCES TO j 

PANEL MEMBERS " 

1. A panel member attending the panel shall be 
paid a fee each day of $10.00. O. Reg. 521 /76, s. 1. 

2. A panel member shall be paid the following 
travelling and living expenses or allowances : 

1. Where travelling by private automobile, 
35 cents a mile one way for each mile 
necessarily travelled between his place 
of residence and the place of attendance 
on the panel but, where the attendance 
is in the city or town in which he resides, 
$1.50. 



926 



O. Reg. 521/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 523/76 2789 



V 

I 



» 



(8256) 



Where travelling by a means other than 
private automobile, a sum equal to the 
amount of the fare actually paid for 
the transportation from his place of resi- 
dence to the place of attendance on the 
panel, and return. 



Where required to attend the panel on 
more than one day and return to his 
place of residence at night, the travel- 
ling allowance mentioned in item 1 or 2, 
as the case may be, is payable in respect 
of each day's attendance. 



Where required to remain overnight at 
the place at which the panel attends, 
a sum equal to the amount reasonably 
and actually paid by him for living 
expenses. O. Reg. 521 /76, s. 2. 



27 



Schedule 



THE PROVINCIAL COURTS ACT 

O. Reg. 522/76. 

Salaries and Benefits of Provincial Judges. 
Made— June 9th, 1976. 
Filed— June 14th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 26/74 

MADE UNDER 

THE PROVINCIAL COURTS ACT 

Section 2 of Ontario Regulation 26/74, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
575 /75 and amended by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 40 /76, is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor : 



2. On and after the 1st day of October, 1975 
the annual salary of a judge in a position referred 
to in Column 1 of the Schedule shall be the salary 
set out opposite thereto in Column 2. O. Reg. 
522/76,s. 1. 



2. The Schedule to the said Regulation, as 
remade by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 
575/75, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor ; 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


1. 


chief judge of the provincial 

courts 


$41,900 


2. 


senior judge of the provincial 
courts 


39,400 


3. 


provincial judge 


38,400 



O. Reg. 522 /76, s. 2. 

(8257) 27 

THE CHILDREN'S INSTITUTIONS ACT 

O. Reg. 523/76. 

General. 

Made— June 9th, 1976. 

Filed— June 14th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 88 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER 

THE CHILDREN'S INSTITUTIONS ACT 

1. Schedule 1 to Regulation 88 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1970, as remade by 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 845/74 and 
amended by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
24/74 and section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
253 /76, is further amended by adding thereto 
the following item : 

21a. Kennedy House 

2. — (1) Item 1 of Schedule 3 to the said Regu- 
lation, as remade by section 3 of Ontario 
Regulation 241 /74, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor : 

1. Arrabon, 

29 Wilson Park Road, 
Toronto 

(2) The said Schedule 3, as remade by section 3 
of Ontario Regulation 241 /74 and amended 
by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 845/74, 
section 2 of Ontario Regulation 23/75 and 
section 2 of Ontario Regulation 24/75, is 
further amended by adding thereto the follow- 
ing item : 



136. Kennedy House, 

3070 Kennedy Road, 
Agincourt 

(8258) 



27 



927 



2790 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

THE HEALTH DISCIPLINES ACT, 1974 

O. Reg. 524/76. 

Parcost C.D.I. 
Made— June 9th, 1976. 
Filed— June 15th, 1976. 



O. Reg. 524/76 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 
THE HEALTH DISCIPLINES ACT, 1974 

PARCOST C.D.I. 

1. For the purposes of the Act, the Parcost C.D.I, 
is the comparative drug index contained in the 
Schedule hereto: 

Schedule 

PART I 

INTRODUCTION 

1. The Parcost Comparative Drug Index has 
been compiled by the Ministry of Health and its 
advisory committee, "The Drug Quality and Thera- 
peutics Committee". 

2. The Index is a compilation of pharmaceutical 
preparations, arranged in comparative categories 
and groupings according to the nature, strength 
and dosage form of the active therapeutic con- 
stituent. 

3. The products listed in the Index meet recog- 
nized standards of quality required by The Drug 
Quality and Therapeutics Committee. 

4. Except where indicated otherwise by the 
words "not interchangeable" for the purposes of 
subsection 1 of section 158 of the Act, products 
listed in the Parcost Comparative Drug Index 
are interchangeable pharmaceutical products. 

5. For the purposes of section 158 of the Act, 
the product cost plus professional fee method of 
pricing a prescription shall be used and the 
prescription fee so used shall not exceed a maximum 

of $2.75. 



928 



O. Reg. 524/76 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 2791 

Index of Drugs by Therapeutic Classificalion 



I 



4:00 


Antihistaminics 


8:00 


Anti-Infective Agents 


8:08 


Anthelmintics 


8:12 


Antibiotics 


8:12:04 


Antifungals 


8:12:08 


Chloramphenicol 


8:12:12 


Erythromycins 


8:12:16 


Penicillins 


8:12:24 


Tetracyclines 


8:12:28 


Other Antibiotics 


8:16 


Antitubercular Agents 


8:20 


Plasmodicides (Antimalarials) 


8:24 


Sulfonamides 


8:26 


Sulfones 


8:32 


Trichomonacides 


8:36 


Urinary Germicides 


8:40 


Miscellaneous Anti-lnfectives 


10:00 


Antineoplastic Agents 


12:00 


Autonomic Agents 


12:04 


Parasympathomimetic (Cholinergic) Agents 


12:03 


Parasympatholytic (Cholinergic Blocking) Ag 


12:12 


Sympathomimetic (Adrenergic Agents) 


12:16 


Sympatholytic (Adrenergic Blocking) Agents 


16:00 


Blood Derivatives 


20:00 


Biood Formation and Coagulation 


20:04 


Antianemia Drugs 


20:12 


Coagulants and Anti-Coagulants 


24:00 


Cardiovascular Drugs 


24:04 


Cardiac Drugs 


24:06 


Antilipemic Drugs 


24:08 


Hypotensive Drugs (For Diuretics See 40:28) 


24:12 


Vasodilating Drugs 



929 



2792 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 524/76 



28:00 


Central Nervous System Drugs 


28:08 


Analgesics 


28:10 


Narcotic Antagonists 


28:12 


Anticonvulsants 


28:16 


Psychotherapeutic Agents 


28:16:04 


Antidepressants 


28:16:08 


Tranquilizers 


28:15:12 


Other Psychotropics 


28:20 


C.N.S. Stimulants 


28:24 


Sedatives and Hypnotics 


38:00 


Diagnostic Agents 


36:04 


Adrenal Insufficiency 


36:36 


Gastric Function 


36:56 


Myasthenia Gravis 


36:88 


Urine Contents 


40:00 


Electrolytic, Caloric and Water Balance 


40:08 


Alkalinizing Agents 


40:12 


Replacement Agents 


40:18 


Potassium-Removing Resins i 


40:28 


Diuretics 


40:40 


Uricosuric Drugs 


48:00 


Cougti Preparations 


48:04 


Antitussives 


48:08 


Expectorants 


52:00 


Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Preparations 


52:04 


Anti-lnfectives (E.E.NT.) 


52:04:04 


Antibiotics (E.E.NT.) 


52:04:08 


Sulfonamides (E.E.N.T.) 


52:04:12 


Other Anti-lnfectives (E.E.N.T) 


52:08 


Anti-Inflammatory Agents (E.E.N.T.) 


52:16 


Local Anesthetics 


52:20 


Miotics 


52:24 


Mydriatics 


52:32 


Vasoconstrictors (E.E.N.T.) 


52:36 


Other Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat Agents 


56:00 


Gastrointestinal Drugs 


56:04 


Antacids and Adsorbents 


56:08 


Antidiarrhea Agents 


56:12 


Cathartics 


56:16 


Digestants 


56:22 


Antiemetics and Antinauseants 



930 



0. Reg. 524/76 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 2793 

60:00 Gold Compounds 

64:00 Heavy Metal Antagonisls 

68:00 Hormones and Substitutes 

68:04 Corticosteroids 

68:03 Androgens 

68:16 Estrogens 

68:20 Insulins and Diabetic Agents 

68:24 Parathyroid Agents 

68:23 Pituitary Agents 

68:32 Progestogens and Oral Contraceptives 

68:35 Thyroids 

68:38 Anti-Thyroids 

76:00 Oxytocics 

84:00 Skin and Mucous Membrane Preparations 

84:04 Anti-lnfectives (Skin) 

84:04:04 Antibiotics (Skin) 

84:04:08 Fungicides (Skin) 

84:04: 1 2 Parasiticides (Skin) 

84:04: 1 6 Other Anti-lnfectives (Skin) 

84:06 Anti-Inflammatory Agents (Skin) 

84:08 Antipruritics and Topical Anesthetics 

84:12 Astringents 

84:24 Emollients, Demulcents and Protectants 

84:28 Keratolytic Agents 

84:36 f*i/1iscellaneous Skin and Mucous Membrane Agents 

86:00 Spasmolytics 

88:00 Vitamins and Minerals 

88:04 Vitamin A 

88:08 Vitamins B 

83:12 Vitamin C 

88:16 Vitamin D 

88:24 Vitamin K 

88:28 Multivitamins 

92:00 Unclassified Therapeutic Agents 



931 



2794 



4:00 Antihistaminics 



> GAZE1 


[TE 


0. Reg 


:. 524/76 


026484 


Dimetane 


ROB 


0.0255 


026395 


Dimetane 


ROB 


0.0059 


004634 


Perazil 


BWE 


0.0376 


021288 


Novopheniram 


NOP 


0.0130 


028193 


Chlor-Tripolon 


SCH 


0.0270 


028134 


Chlor-Tripolon 


SCH 


0.0076 


028010 


Chlor-Tripolon 


SCH 


1.5800 


027995 


Chlor-Tripolon 


SCH 


0.5700 


349046 


Tavist 


ANC 


0.0715 


016454 


Periactin 


MSD 


0.0469 


010073 


Vimicon 


FRS 


0.0473 


009989 


Vimicon 


FRS 


0.0104 


016314 


Periactin 


MSD 


0.0104 


028207 


Polaramine 


SCH 


0.0310 


225533 


Polaramine 


SCH 


0.0072 


005444 


Forhistal 


CIB 


0.0381 


022764 


Benadryl 


PDA 


0.0435 


022756 


Benadryl 


PDA 


0.0310 


022918 


Benadr^'l 


PDA 


0.0086 1 


023191 


Benadryl 


PDA 


2.1500 


023205 


Benadryl 


PDA 


1.0500 


003514 


Dilosyn 


AHA 


0.0571 


0031 58 


Dilosyn 


AHA 


0.0109 j 


213896 


Phenergan 


POU 


0.0386 { 


025712 


Phenergan 


POU 


0.0294 


025429 


Phenergan 


POU 


0.0094 


025402 


Phenergan 


POU 


0.1860 


025720 


Phenergan 


POU 


0.1490 


025380 


Phenergan 


POU 


0.1280 


025046 


Phenergan 


POU 


0.3560 


025801 


Panectyl 


POU 


0.0522 


025798 


Panectyl 


POU 


0.0398 


025771 


Panectyl 


POU 


0.0322 


005703 


Pyribenzamine 


CIB 


0.0395 


004812 


Actidil 


BWE 


0.0301 


235768 


Actidil 


BWE 


0.0089 



Brompheniramine Maleate 4mg Tab O 

Brompheniramine fylaleale 

4mg'mlO/LO 

Chiorcyclizine 50mg Tab O 
*Chlorpheniramine Maleale 4mg Tab O 

Chlorpheniramine Maleate 

0.5mg/mlO/LO 

Chlorpheniramine Maleate 

200mg/2ml Inj So! 

Chlorpheniramine Maleale 

lOmg/ml Inj Sol 

Clemastine 1 mg Tab O 
'Cyproheptadine HCl 4mg Tab O 

Cyproheptadine HCl 0.4mg/ml 0/L O 

Dexchlorpheniramine Maleale 2mg Tab O 

DexchJorpheniramine Maleale 

0.4mg/mlO/LO 

Dimelhpyrlndene Maleate Img Tab O 
'Diphenhydramine HCl 50mg Cap O 
'Diphenhydramine HCl 25mg Cap O 
Diphenhydramine HCl 2.5mg/ml 0/L O 
Diphenhydramine HCl lOOmg/IOml Inj So! 
Diphenhydramine HCl 50mg/ml Inj So! 
Methdilazine HCl 8mg Tab O 
Melhdilazine HCl 0.8mg/ml 0/L O 
Promethazine HCl 25mg Tab O 
Promethazine HCl lOmg Tab O 
Promethazine HCl 2mg/ml 0/L O 
Promethazine HCl 50mg Sup 
Promethazine HCl 25mg Sup 
Promethazine HCl 1 2.5mg Sup 
Promethazine HCl 50mg/2mi Inj Sol 
Trimeprazine Tartrate 1 0mg Tab O 
Trimeprazlne Tartrate 5mg Tab O 
Trimeprazine Tartrate 2.5mg Tab O 
Tripelennamine HCl 50mg Tab O 
Triprolidine HCl 2.5mg Tab O 
Triprolidine HCl 0.25mg/ml 0/L O 



932 



O. Reg. 524/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2795 



8:00 Anti-Infective Agents 



8:08 Anthelmintics 

Bephenium Hydroxynaphthoate 

5g/pkg Gran 

Niclosamide 500mg Tab 
Piperazine Adipate 2g/pkg Gran 
Piperazine Adipate 1 20mg/ml 0/L 
Piperazine Citrate lOOmg/ml 0/L 
Pyrantel Pamoate 1 25mg Tab 
Pyrantel Pamoate 50mg/ml 0/L 
Pyrvinium Pamoate 50mg Tab 
Pyrvinlum Pamoate lOmg/ml 0/L 
Quinacrine HC! 1 0Omg Tab 
Thiabendazole 500mg Chew Tab 



05841 1 


Alcopar 


BWE 


0.2200 


286257 


Yomesan 


BOE 


0.6875 


002739 


Entacyl 


AHA 


0.2440 


003131 


Entacyl 


AHA 


0.0212 


257885 


Antepar 


BWE 


0.0160 


316296 


Combantrin 


PFI 


0.2020 


024678 


Combantrin 


PFI 


0.0673 


023841 


Vanquin 


PDA 


0.1400 


023477 


Vanquin 


PDA 


0.0383 


033804 


Atabrine 


WIN 


0.0295 


140228 


Mintezol 


MSD 


0.1950 



8:12:04 Antibiotics Antifungals 



Amphotericin B 50mg Inj Pd 
Griseofulvin 500mg Tab 

No: Interchangeable 

Griseofulvin 250mg Tab 

No'. Interchangeable 

Griseofulvin 1 25mg Tab 

Not Interchange3t><e 

Nystatin 500.0G0U Tab 



Nystatin lOO.OOOU/ml 0/L 



029149 


Fungizone 


SOU 


3.7000 


012262 
028282 


Grisovin FP 
Fulvicin U/F 


GLA 
SCH 


0-1557 
0.1562 


028274 
012254 


Fulvicin U/F 
Grisovin FP 


SON 
GLA 


0.0909 
0.0916 


028266 
012246 


Fulvicin U/F 
Grisovin FP 


SCH 
GLA 


0.0525 
0.0530 


014974 
029416 


NilsCat 
Mycostatin 


LED 
SOU 


0.0970 
0.0970 


248169 
014850 


Mycostatin 
Nilstat 


SOU 
LED 


0.0312 

0.0833 



8:12:08 Antibiotics Chloramphenicol 



Chloramphenicol 250mg Cap 

Chloramphenicol Paimitate 

31.25mg/mIO/L 

Chloramphenicol Sodium Succinate 

IglnjPd 



022748 Chloromycetin PDA 0.2700 
023434 Chloromycetin PDA 0.0558 
022985 Chloromycetin PDA 3.2350 



II IS essential mat appropriate Wooc; stijdies be made during treatment with chloramphenicol V.tiile blcxxl studies may detect early periph- 
eral bl'>od changes, such studies cannot be reded on to detect the rare and generally irreversible tjone marrow depression prior to develop- 
ment of aplastic anemia. 



933 



2796 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 524/76 



8:00 Anti-Infective Agents 



8:12:12 Antibiotics Erythromycins 



Erythromycin Base 250mg Tab 



Erylhromycin Estolate 50mg/ml O/L 
Erythromycin Estolate 25mg/ml O/L 



Erythromycin Ethyl Succinate 

40mg/mlO/L 

Erythromycin Stearate 250mg Tab 



Erythromycin Stearate 50mg/ml O/L 
Erythromycin Stearate 25mg/ml O/L 

Solid Dosag* Forms 

Prescriptions (or solid dosage forms of erytlirom/cin should be filled with an erythromycin base preparation of the strength prescribed: dis- 
pense the stearate only when specifically prescribed. 

Oral Liquids 

Prescnptions for erythromycin oral liquid should be filled with either the ethyl succinate or stearate preparation of the strength prescribed; 

dispense the estolate only when specifically prescribed. 



244635 
030899 
266183 
255017 


Erythromid 
E-Mycin 
llotycin 
Robimycin 


ABB 
UPJ 
LIL 
ROB 


0.0750 
0.0750 

0.0916 
0.0916 


210641 


llosone 


LIL 


0.0429 


021172 
015474 


Novorythro 

Estolate 

llosone 


NOP 
LIL 


0.0216 

0.0240 


000299 


Erythrocin 


ABB 


0.0320 


255130 

304654 
000434 


Novorythro 
Stearate 
Erymycin 
Erythrocin 


NOP 
SOU 
ABB 


0.0725 

0.1190 
0.1500 


273023 


Erythrocin 


ABB 


0.0486 


000302 


Erythrocin 


ABB 


0.0325 



8:12:16 Antibiotics Penicillins 



Amoxicillin 500mg Cap 


330531 


Amoxil 


AYE 


0.4100 


Amoxicillin 250mg Cap 


288497 


Amoxil 


AYE 


0.2100 


Amoxicillin 50mg/ml O/L 


288519 


Amoxil 


AYE 


0.0600 


Amoxicillin 25mg/ml O/L 


288500 


Amoxil 


AYE 


0.0400 


Amoxicillin 50mg/ml Pad O/L 


353035 


Amoxil 


AYE 


0.1966 


Ampicillin 500mg Cap 


003948 


Ampicin 


BRI 


0.1232 




031402 


Polycillin 


WLL 


0.1232 




020885 


Novo-Ampicillin 


NOP 


0.1250 




022691 


Amcill 


PDA 


0.1255 




293121 


Ampen 


ICN 


0.1436 




00201 1 


Penbritin 


AYE 


0.1590 


Ampicillin 250mg Cap 


265047 


Ampicillin 


SAP 


0.0525 




003921 


Ampicin 


BRI 


0.0616 




031399 


Polycillin 


WLL 


0.0616 




020877 


Novo-Ampicillin 


NOP 


0.0645 




022683 


Amcill 


PDA 


0.0648 




002003 


Penbritin 


AYE 


0.0795 




236969 


Ampen 


ICN 


0.0890 



CONTINUED 



934 



O. Reg. 524/76 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 2797 

8:00 Anti-Infective Agenls 

8:12:16 Antibiotics Penicillins 

CONTINUED 

Ampicillin 50mg/ml 0/L 



Ampicillin 25mg/ml 0/L 



Ampicillin lOOOmg Inj Pd 

Ampicillin 500mg Inj Pd 

Carbenicillin Indanyl (Sodium) 500mg Tab 
Cloxacillin 500mg Cap 

Cloxacillin 250nrig Cap 

Cloxacillin 25mg/m! 0/L 
Cloxacillin 2000mg Inj Pd 

Cloxacillin 500mg Inj Pd 

Cloxacillin 250mg Inj Pd 

Dicloxacillin 250mg Cap 
Dicloxacillin 125mg Cap 
Dicloxacillin 12.5mg/ml 0/L 
Dicloxacillin 250nng Inj Pd 
MethicillinlglnjPd 

Oxacillin 500mg Cap 
Oxacillin 250mg Cap 
Oxacillin 50mg/ml O/L 
Oxacillin 500mg Inj Pd 
Oxacillin 250mg Inj Pd 

Penicillin G (Ammonium) 

SOOmg (888.500IU) Tab 

CONTINUED 



004278 
272701 
031453 
021148 
023426 
002429 


Ampicin 

Am pen 

Polycillin 

Novo-Ampicillin 

Amcill 

Penbritin 


BRI 

ICN 

WLL 

NOP 

PDA 

AYE 


0.0220 
0.0220 
0.0220 

0.0225 
0.0300 
0.0335 


021121 
004251 
031445 
236977 
023418 
002410 


Novo-Ampicillin 

Ampicin 

Polycillin 

Ampen 

Amcill 

Penbritin 


NOP 

BRI 

WLL 

ICN 

PDA 

AYE 


0.0125 

0.0128 
0.0128 
0.0129 
0.0175 
0.0180 


004065 
002127 


Ampicin 
Penbritin 


BRI 
AYE 


1.2800 

1.3300 


004057 
002119 


Ampicin 
Penbritin 


BRI 
AYE 


0.6400 

0.6700 


328235 


Geopen 


PFI 


0.3332 


031429 
002054 


Tegopen 
Orbenin 


WLL 
AYE 


0.1980 

0.2375 


031410 
002046 


Tegopen 
Orbenin 


WLL 
AYE 


0.1100 

0.1250 


002445 


Orbenin 


AYE 


0.0240 


002186 
272752 


Orbenin 
Tegopen 


AYE 
WLL 


7.5S00 

8.3200 


0021 78 
272744 


Orbenin 
Tegopen 


AYE 
WLL 


2.1600 
2.3800 


002151 
272736 


Orbenin 
Tegopen 


AYE 

WLL 


1.1900 

1.3100 


003964 


Dynapen 


BRI 


0.1760 


003956 


Dynapen 


BRI 


0.1213 


004286 


Dynapen 


BRI 


0.0229 


258490 


Dynapen 


BRI 


1.6700 


002194 
004081 


Celt)enin 
Staphcillin 


AYE 
BRI 


1.3500 

1 .3900 


004006 


Prostaphlin 


BRI 


0.1953 


003999 


Prostaphlin 


BRI 


0.1137 


004316 


Prostaphlin 


BRI 


0.0388 


004111 


Prostaphlin 


BRI 


2.4200 


004103 


Prostaphlin 


BRI 


1.3800 


061832 


P.G.A. 0.5 


AHA 


0.1584 



935 



2798 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

8:00 Anti-Infective Agents 



O. Reg. 524/76 



8:12:18 AntibioJics Penicillins 



CONTINUED 

Penicillin G (Ammonium) 

50mg/ml (88,8501U/ml) 0/L 

Penicillin G (Benzathine) 

100,000IU/mlO/L 

Penicillin G (Benzathine) 

1,200,000IU/2mllnjSol 

Penicillin G (Benzathine) 

600.000IU/ml Inj Sol 

Penicillin G Crystalline S.OOO.OOOIU Inj Pd 



Penicillin G Crystalline 1 .OOO.OOOIU inj Pd 



Penicillin G (Potassium) SOO.OOOIU Tab 



003123 P.G. Atric Forte AHA 0.0244 
009938 Megacillin 500 FRS 0.0208 
036315 Bicillin 1200L-A WYE 2.1700 



Penicillin G (Potassium) 

100,000IU/mlO/L 

Penicillin G Procaine Aqueous Suspension 

3.000.000IU/ 10ml Inj Susp 



Penicillin G 

Prescriptions (or penicillin G should be filled with either the potassium or ammonium salt preparation of the strength prescribed; dispens** 
the benzathirie salt only v/hen specifically prescribed 



033979 


Bicillin 600 L-A 


WYE 


1.0600 


002216 


Penicillin G (Pot) 


AYE 


0.7500 


024473 


Penicillin G (Pot) 


PFI 


0.7600 


011991 


Crystapen (Sod) 


GLA 


0.9516 


011983 


Crystapen (Sod) 


GLA 


0.2583 


002208 


Penicillin G (Pot) 


AYE 


0.3500 


024465 


Penicillin G (Pot) 


PFI 


0.3500 


137987 


Pencitabs 


MOM 


0.0275 


151432 


Novop9n-500 


NOP 


0.0275 


093475 


Penicillin G (Pot) 


DTC 


0.0287 


209015 


Penioral 500 


WYE 


0.0330 


107484 


Megacillin 500 


FRS 


0.0495 


157856 


Ka-Pen 


PFI 


0.0529 


116725 


P-50 


HOR 


0.0850 


052922 


HyIenta-5 


AYE 


0.1114 


002488 


Hylenta Forte 


AYE 


0.0179 


013633 


P-50 


HOR 


0.0283 


002402 


Ayercillln 


AYE 


0.5900 


157872 


Penicillin G 


PFI 


0.5900 


033987 


Wycillin 300 


WYE 


0.8700 



Penicillin V (Benzathine) 60mg/ml 0/L 
Penicillin V (Potassium) 300mg Tab 



Penicillin V (Potassium) 60mg/ml 0/L 



248835 


PVF 500 


FRS 


0.0289 


034045 


Pen-Vee 


WYE 


0.0291 


210714 


Penicillin V (Pot) 


SAP 


0.0360 


021202 


Novopen-V-500 


NOP 


00410 


248843 


PVF-K 500 


FRS 


0.0857 


018740 


Nadopen-V 


NDA 


0.0880 


331937 


VC-K 500 


LIL 


0.0935 


331090 


Pen-Vee K 


WYE 


0.0930-1- 


262447 


Ledercillin VK 


LED 


0.1050 


331945 


VC-K 500 


LIL 


0.0231 



CONTINUED 



936 



O. Reg. 524/76 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

8:00 AnJi-lnJedive Agenis 



2799 



8:12:16 Aniibiolics Penicillins 



CONTINUED 



Penicillin V (Potassium) 25mg/ml 0/L 



015563 V-CillinK 

014869 LedercillinVK 

018635 Nadopen-V 

209023 Pen-Vee K 



LIL 0.0123 

LED 0.0150 

NDA 0.0204 

WYE 0.0205 



Penicilirn V 

Pr';sc^p;.oni tor peniCiHin V sho-jld be tillrxl v/ith tha polassium sail preparation o! the strength prescribeO; dispsrf'.se the benzdlhine salt or.l/ 

v;hen sp^C'lical'y prescribed 



8:12:24 Antibioiics Tetracyclines 

Rolilelracycline (Nilrale) 350mg Inj Pd 
Telracycline 250mg Cap 



004154 


Syntetrex 


BRI 


2.4500 


210765 


Tetracycline 


SAP 


0.0180 


018112 


Tetracaps 


MOM 


0.0275 


021059 


Novotetra 


NOP 


0.0290 


235705 


T-Caps 


ICN 


0.0292 


024422 


Tetracyn 


PFI 


0.0337 


029084 


Sumycin 


SOU 


0.0350 


338699 


Tetralean 


HRS 


0.0330 


314463 


Tetrabiotic 


CPiM 


0.0429 


014605 


Achromycin V 


LED 


0.0540 


151416 


Novotetra 


NOP 


0.0100 


024686 


Tetracyn 


PFI 


0.0123 


248177 


Sumycin 


SOU 


0.0133 


018317 


Tetracaps 


MOM 


0.0190 


009962 


Cefracycline 


FRS 


0.0311 


024511 


Tetracyn 


PFI 


0.87C0 


014729 


Achromycin 


LED 


1.2708 



Tetracycline 25mg/ml 0/L 



Tetracycline 250mg Inj Pd 



Note 

The use of tetracyclines cJur.ng tooth development (last hall of pregnancy, infancy and childhood to the age of 8 years) may cause perrra- 
rveni tooth discoloration (yeliow.gray-bro'.vn). Th-s reaction is more common during long-term use of the tetracyc'ines. but has been 
observed to'loA'ng s^ort term courses Enamel hyooplasia has also been reported Tetracycline drugj. thereto/e. should not be used in lri:s 
age group un'ess other drugs are not lr-:ety to be effective or are contro nd^cated 

8:1 2:23 Aniibiolics Other Antibiotics 

CeJazolin Sodium lOOOmg Inj Pd 

Cefazolin Sodium 500mg In] Pd 

Cefazolin Sodium 250rng In] Pd 
Cephalexin fylonohydrate 500mg Tab 
Cephalexin Monohydrate 500mg Cap 
Cephalexin Monohydrate 250mg Cap 

CONTINUED 



319112 


Ancef 


SKF 


4.1580 


322296 


Kefzol 


LIL 


4.4000 


319139 


Ancef 


SKF 


2.1450 


322288 


Kefzol 


LIL 


2.2830 


319120 


Ancef 


SKF 


2.0350 


244392 


Keflex 


LIL 


0.5498 


253146 


Ceporex 


GLA 


0.5842 


015164 


Keflex 


LIL 


0.2832 


253154 


Ceporex 


GLA 


0.3044 



937 



2800 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 524/76 

8:00 Anti"ln?8ctive Agents 

8:1 2:28 Anribiotics Other Antibiotics 

CONTINUED 

Cephalexin Monohydrale 50mg/ml 0/L 

Cephalexin Monohydrale 25mg/ml 0/L 

Cephalothin Sodium 2g Inj Pd 
Cephalothin Sodium 1g Inj Pd 
Cephradins 500mg Cap 
Cephradine 250mg Cap 
Cephradine 50mg/ml O/L 
Cephradine 25mg/ml O/L 
Cephradine 1 0OOmg Inj Pd 
Cephradine 500mg Inj Pd 
Clindamycin HC1 1 50mg Cap 
Clindamycin Palmitate 15mg/mi O/L 
Clindamycin Phosphate 300mg /2ml Inj So! 
Colistimelhale Sodium 150mg Inj Pd 
Genlamicin SuWate 80mg/2nnl Inj Sol 

Kanamycin Sulfate 500mg Cap 
Kanamycin Sulfate 0.5g/2ml Inj Sol 
Kanamycin Sulfate 1g/3ml Inj Sol 
Lincomycin 500mg Cap 
Lincomycin 50mg/ml 0/L 
Lincomycin 600mg/2ml Inj Sol 
Neomycin Sulfate 500mg Tab 
Neomycin Sulfate 25mg/ml 0/L 
Polymyxin B Sulfate SOO.OOOU Inj Pd 
Speclinomycin 2g Inj Pd 
Tobramycin Sulfate 60mg/ 1 .5m! Inj Sol 
Tobramycin Sulfate 20mg/2ml Inj Sol 

8:1 6 AnJiiubercular Agents 

Antitubercular agents, for the treatment of tuberculosis, are available and should be obtained 
from sanatorium, general hospital and provincial chest clinics. 

Capreomycin Sulfate 1g Inj Pd 128643 Capastat LIL 3.3000 

Cycloserine 250mg Tab 013269 Cycloserine HLR 0.1595 

Ethambutol HCI 400mg Tab 127965 Ivlyambutol LED 0.1200 

CONTINUED 



035645 


Keflex 


LIL 


0.0533 


321443 


Ceporex 


GLA 


0.0558 


015547 


Keflex 


LIL 


0.0332 


321435 


Ceporex 


GLA 


0.0345 


244406 


Keflin 


LIL 


6.4020 


015369 


Keflin 


LIL 


3.3000 


301639 


Velosef 


SOU 


0.5748 


301620 


Velosef 


SOU 


0.2940 


301647 


Velosef 


SOU 


0.0672 


301655 


Velosef 


SOU 


0.0342 


348295 


Velosef 


SOU 


3.1000 


348287 


Velosef 


SOU 


2.0500 


030570 


Dalacin C 


UPJ 


0.2343 


225851 


Dalacin C 


UPJ 


0.0300 


260436 


Dalacin C 


UPJ 


2.6000 


311553 


Coly-Mycin 


WCH 


10.2500 


223824 


Garamycin 


SCH 


4.4100 


259179 


Cidomycin 


ROU 


4.6200 


003980 


Kantrex 


BRI 


0.6587 


004227 


Kantrex 


BRI 


4.0400 


004235 


Kantrex 


BRI 


6.8900 


030589 


Lincocin 


UPJ 


0.3041 


030872 


Lincocin 


UPJ 


0.0383 


030732 


Lincocin 


UPJ 


1.8500 


030996 


Mycifradin 


UPJ 


0.0905 


030805 


Mycifradin 


UPJ 


0.0233 


004421 


Aerosporin 


BWE 


2.6295 


210196 


Trobicin 


UPJ 


4.0000 


325449 


Nebcin 


LIL 


3.9600 


325457 


Nebcin 


LIL 


2.1450 



938 



0. Reg. 524/76 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 2801 

8:00 Anti-infective Agents 

8:1 8 Antitubercular Agents 

CONTINUED 

Ethambutol HCI 1 0Omg Tab 
Isoniazid lOOmgTab 
Isoniazid 50mg Tab 
Isoniazid 50mg/2ml Inj Sol 
Rifampin 300mg Cap 

Not In!erch3ng-i.ii)y 

Rifampin 150mg Cap 

fio! Ir.:erzf:3rgi3t'fi 



1 27957 


Myambutol 


LED 


0.0400 


013323 


Rimilon 


HLR 


0.0055 


013315 


Rimiion 


HLR 


0.0035 


013056 


Rimifon 


HLR 


0.3520 


210463 


Rimactane 


CIS 


0.9790 


249483 


Rifadin 


DOW 


1.0340 


210471 


Rimactane 


CIB 


0.63S9 


249475 


Rifadin 


DOW 


0.6380 



8:20 Plasmodicides (Antimalarials) 

Chloroquine Phosphate 250mg Tab 



Hydroxychloroquine Sulfate 200mg Tab 
Quinine Sulfate 300mg Cap 

8:24 Sulfonamides 

Sulfamethoxazole 500mg Tab 
Sulfamethoxazole lOOmg/ml 0/L 
Sulfisoxazole 500mg Tab 



Suifisoxazole lOOmg/ml 0/L 

8:25 Sulfones 

Dapsone 100mg Tab 

Sulfoxone (Sodium) 330mg Ent Tab 

8:32 Trichomonacides 

Metronidazole 250mg Tab 



021261 


Novochloro- 








quine 


NOP 


0.0505 


215643 


Aralen 


WIN 


0.0880 


033669 


Plaquenil 


WIN 


0.0330 


093750 


Quinine 


DTC 


0.1323 



013412 


Ganlanol 


HLR 


0.0633 


013129 


Gantanol 


HLR 


0.0182 


210730 


Sulfisoxazole 


SAP 


0.0160 


021792 


Novosoxazoie 


NOP 


0.0180 


298158 


Sulfisoxazole 


MPT 


0.0198 


271365 


Sulfizole 


ICN 


0.0248 


013420 


Gantrisin 


HLR 


0.0330 


1 1 5487 


Gantrisin 


HLR 


0.0149 



002526 
000574 



Aviosulfon 
Diasone 



AYE 
ABB 



0.0134 
0.0843 



021555 


Novonidazol 


NOP 


0.0510 


025615 


Flagyl 


POU 


0.0340 


007617 


Trikamon 


ELL 


0.0842 



939 



2802 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 524/76 



8:00 Anti-Infective Agents 



8:36 Urinary Germicides 

Methenamine Hippurale 1g Tab 
Methenamine Mandelate 1 0OOmg Ent Tab 
Methenamine Mandelale 500mg Ent Tab 



Methenamine Mandelale 1 0Omg 'ml 0/L 
Methenamine Mandelate 50mg/ml 0/L 
Nalidixic Acid 500mg Tab 
Nalidixic Acid 50mg/ml 0/L 
Nitrofurantoin 100mg Tab 



Nitrofurantoin 5mg/m! 0/L 
Phenazopyridine HCI 200mg Tab 
Phenazopyridine HC! lOOmgTab 



026379 


Hip-Rex 


RIK 


0.1045 


031380 


Mandeiamine 


vycH 


0.0590 


017221 


Sterine 


MAN 


0.0220 


313777 


Methandine 


ION 


0.02/2 


031372 


Mandeiamine 


Vv'CH 


0.0347 


031208 


Mandeiamine 


V/CH 


0.0282 


031194 


Mandeiamine 


VVCH 


0.0210 


033723 


NegGram 


v;iN 


0.1513 


036250 


NegGram 


vyiN 


0.0289 


092819 


Nitrofurantoin 


DTC 


0.0150 


017094 


Nifuran 


MAN 


0.0165 


021571 


Novofuran 


NOP 


0.0180 


233013 


Furatine 


ION 


0.0220 


007633 


Furanex 


ELL 


0.0842 


007455 


Furanex 


ELL 


0.0171 


243469 


Pyridium 


Vv'CH 


0.1495 


031232 


Pyridium 


vycH 


0.0318 



8:40 liliscellaneous Anti-lnfeclives 



Sulfamethoxazole & Trimethoprim 

400mg & 80mg Tab 

Sulfamethoxazole & Trimethoprim 

40mg&8mg/mlO/L 



272469 Bactrim 

270636 Septra 

270644 Septra 

272485 Bactrim 



HLR 


0.1414 


BWE 


0.1415 


BWE 


0.0274 


HLR 


0.0274 



940 



O. Reg. 524/76 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

10:00 Anlineoplasiic Agenls 



2803 



Ame'hoplerin 2.5mg Tab 
Amethoplerin (Sodium) 50mg Inj Pd 
Azathioprine 50mg Tab O 
Bleomycin Sulfate 15U Inj Pd 
BusuWan 2mg Tab 
Carmuslme-BCNU lOOmglnjPd 
Chlorambucil 2mg Tab 
Cyclophosphamide 50mg Tab 

Cyclophosphamide 25mg Tab 
Cyclophosphamide lOOOmg Inj Pd 
Cyclophosphamide SOOmg Inj Pd 
Cyclophosphamide 200mg Inj Pd 

Cytarabine SOOmg Inj Pd 
Cytarabine 1 0Omg Inj Pd 
Daclinomycin 0.5mg Inj Pd 
Daunorubicin 20mg Inj Pd 
Fluorouracil SOOmg /1 0ml Inj Sol 
L-A%paraginase lO.OOOiU Inj Pd 
Mechlorethamine HCI lOmg Inj Pd 
Melphalan 2mg Tab 
Mercaplopurina SOmg Tab 
PIpobroman 25mg Tab 
Pipobroman lOmg Tab 
Procarbazine HCI SOmg Cap 
Testolactone SOOmg /Sml Inj Susp 
Thio-Tepa 15mg Inj Pd 
Thioguanine 40mg Tab 
Uracil Mustard 1mg Cap 
Vinblastine Sulfate lOmg Inj Pd 
Vincristine Sulfate Smg Inj Pd 
Vincristine Sulfate 1 mg Inj Pd 



014915 


Methotrexate 


LED 


0.1320 


014699 


Methotrexate 


LED 


7.1000 


004596 


Imuran 


BWE 


0.1324 


258482 


Blenoxane 


BRI 


33.2800 


004618 


Myleran 


BWE 


0.0916 


297763 


Bicnu 


BRI 


16.2300 + 


004625 


Leukeran 


BWE 


0.0730 


344885 


Cytoxan 


BRI 


0.2039 + 


013749 


Procytox 


HOR 


0.2300 


252676 


Procytox 


HOR 


0.2185 


013552 


Procytox 


HOR 


8.1500 


344915 


Cytoxan 


BRI 


3.3000 4- 


344907 


Cytoxan 


BRI 


2.5600 -r 


013544 


Procytox 


HOR 


3.5000 


194735 


Cytosar 


UPJ 


14.5000 


194727 


Cytosar 


UPJ 


3.5000 


213071 


Cosmegen 


MSD 


2.3300 


163899 


Cerubidine 


POU 


20.3500 


012882 


Fluorouracil 


HLR 


2.9700 


285463 


Kidrolase 


POU 


32.8570 + 


016063 


Mustargen 


MSD 


2.3400 


004715 


Alkeran 


BWE 


0.1363 


004723 


Purinethol 


BWE 


0.1828 


244872 


Vercyte 


ABB 


0.1716 


244880 


Vercyte 


ABB 


0.0743 


012750 


Natulan 


HLR 


0.1444 


029297 


Testae 


SOU 


5.5000 


237035 


Thio-Tepa 


LED 


2.8000 


282081 


Lanvis 


BWE 


0.5480 


282073 


Uracil Mustard 


UPJ 


0.1000 


015431 


Velbe 


LIL 


7.7800 


015466 


Oncovin 


LIL 


42.2800 


015458 


Oncovin 


LIL 


9.4700 



941 



2804 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 524/76 



12:00 Autonomic Agents 



12:04 ParasympathomimeJic (Cholinergic) Agents 

Ambenonium Chloride 25mg Tab Q 
Ambenonium Chloride lOmg Tab O 
Bethanechol Chloride 25mg Tab O 
Bethanechol Chloride 1 0mg Tab O 
Bethanechol Chloride 5mg Tab O 
Bethanechol Chloride 5mg/ml Inj Sol 
Carbachol 2mg Tab 
Carbachol 0.25mg/ml Inj Sol 
Edrophonium Chloride lOOmg/IOml Inj Sol 
Neostigmine Bromide 1 5mg Tab O 

Neostigmine Methylsulfate 

0.5mg/ml Inj Sol 

Pyridostigmine Bromide 180mg LA Tab O 
Pyridostigmine Bromide 60mg Tab O 



033595 


Mytelase 


WIN 


0.0598 


033588 


Mytelase 


WIN 


0.0435 


349739 


Urecholine 


FRS 


0.2230 


349720 


Urechollne 


FRS 


0.1505 


349712 


Urecholine 


FRS 


0.0356 


349747 


Urecholine 


FRS 


0.9383 


003212 


Carbachol 


AHA 


0.0374 


341622 


Carbachol 


AHA 


4.2600 


013054 


Tensilon 


HLR 


3.3000 


013382 


Prostigmin 


HLR 


0.0479 


012955 


Prostigmin 


HLR 


0.1980 


035890 


Mestinon 


HLR 


0.1480 


013404 


Mestinon 


HLR 


0.0627 



12:08 Parasympatholytic (Cholinergic Blocking) Agents 



Atropine Sulfate O.Smg/ml Inj Sol 

Atropine Sulfate 0.4mg/ml Inj Sol 

Benzlropine Mesylate 2mg Tab O 
Benztropiqe Mesylate 2mg/2ml Inj Sol 
Chlorphenoxamine HCI 50mg Tab O 
Dicyclomine HCI 20mg Tab O 
Dicyclomine HCI 1 0mg Cap O 
Dicyclomine HCI 2mg/ml 0/L © 
Dicyclomine HCI 20mg/2ml Inj Sol 
Ethopropazine HC! 1 0Omg Tab O 
Ethopropazine HCI 50mg Tab O 
Glycopyrrolate 1 mg Tab O 
Glycopyrrolale 0.2mg/ml Inj Sol 
Hyoscine Butylbromide 1 0mg Tab O 
Hyoscine Butylbromide lOnng Sup 
Hyoscine Butylbromide 20mg/ml Inj Sol 
Hyoscine Hydrobromlde 0.4mg/ml Inj Sol 
Orphenadrine Citrate 1 0Omg Tab O 
Orphenadrine Citrate 60mg/2ml Inj Sol 
Orphenadrine HCI 50mg Tab O 

CONTINUHD 



029653 


Atropine 


STX 


0.1100 


012076 


Atropine 


GLA 


0.1282 


029645 


Atropine 


STX 


0.1100 


061697 


Atropine 


GLA 


0.1282 


016357 


Cogentin 


MSD 


0.0483 


016128 


Cogentin 


MSD 


1.4950 


006491 


Phenoxene 


DOW 


0.1220 


282529 


Bentylol 


MER 


0.0594 


018007 


Bentylol 


t^ER 


0.0429 


018023 


Bentylol 


MER 


0.0119 


133965 


Bentylol 


h/IER 


1.9300 


226602 


Parsitan 


POU 


0.0426 


025550 


Parsilan 


POU 


0.0283 


026514 


Robinul 


ROB 


0.0384 


026425 


Robinul 


ROB 


0.9000 


023566 


Buscopan 


PDA 


0.0515 


023361 


Buscopan 


PDA 


0.3833 


023132 


Buscopan 


PDA 


0.8600 


030090 


Hyoscine 


STX 


0.1568 


171476 


Norflex 


RIK 


0.1694 


171468 


Norflex 


RIK 


1.2100 


026387 


Disipal 


RIK 


0.0825 



942 



306290 
004758 


Procydid 
Kemadrin 


ICN 

BWE 


0.0132 

0.0174 


004405 


Kemadrin 


BWE 


0.0118 


028592 


Pro-Banthine 


SEA 


0.0429 


028584 


Pro-Banthine 


SEA 


0.0330 


028436 


Pro-Banthine 


SEA 


1.3200 


271314 
021938 
015059 


Aparkane 

Novohexidyl 

Arlane 


ICN 

NOP 

LED 


0.0102 

0.0105 
0.0370 


280445 
021911 
015040 


Aparkane 

Novohexidyl 

Artane 


ICN 

NOP 

LED 


0.0083 

0.0085 
0.0190 


014656 


Artane 


LED 


0.0076 



O. Reg. 524/76 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 2805 

12:00 Auionomic Agents 

12:03 Parasympalholylic (Cholinergic Blocking) Agents 

CO.NTINUEO 

Procyclidine HCI 5mg Tab O 

Procyclidine HCI 0.5mg/ml 0/L O 
Propantheline Bromide 1 5mg Tab O 
Propanlheline Bromide 7.5mg Tab O 
Propantheline Bromide 30mg Inj Pd 
Trihexyphenidyl HCI 5mg Tab O 

Trihexyphenidyl HCI 2mg Tab O 

Trihexyphenidyl HCI 0.4mg/ml O/L O 

12:12 Sympathomimetic (Adrenergic Agents) 

Beclomelhasone Dipropionale 

1 5ml Inh Aero Pd 

Ephedrine HCI 30mg Tab © 
Epinephrine 5.5mg/ml Aero Sol O 

Epinephrine Bitartrate 0.7% Aero Susp O 
Epinephrine HCI 30mg/30ml Inj Sol 
Epinephrine HCI 1 % Sol Inh O 

Epinephrine HCI (Racemic) 

2.25% So! Inh O 

Isoproterenol HCI 1 0mg SL Tab O 
Isoproterenol HCI 0.5% Sol Inh O 
Isoproterenol HCI 0.25% Aero Sol O 



Isoproterenol SuWate 0.075mg Aero Susp © 
Orciprenaline Sulfate 20mg Tab O 
Orciprenaline Sulfate 2mg/ml O/L © 
Orciprenaline Sulfate 5% Sol Inh © 
Orciprenaline Sulfate 0.75mg Aero Pd © 
Pseudoephedrine HCI 60mg Tab © 
Pseudoephedrine HCI 6mg/ml O/L © 

CONTINUED 



334243 


Beclovent 


AHA 


0.6160 


304059 


Ephedrine 


AHA 


0.0182 


282286 


Bronkaid 








Mistometer 


WIN 


0.1658 


026271 


Medihaler-Epi 


RIK 


0.1800 


155357 


Adrenalin 


PDA 


1.7200 


257745 


Adrenalin 


PDA 


0.3437 


001643 


Vaponefrin 


AFU 


0.1800 


033820 


Isuprel 


WIN 


0.0520 


033227 


Isuprel 


WIN 


0.2250 


033219 


Isuprel 








Mistometer 


WIN 


0.2033 


000191 


Norisodrine 








Aerotrol 


ABB 


0.2073 


026301 


Medihaler-Iso 


RIK 


0.2053 


003891 


Alupent 


BOE 


0.0748 


249920 


Alupent 


BOE 


0.0176 


003859 


Alupent 


BOE 


0.2887 


254134 


Alupent 


BOE 


0.2568 


004766 


Sudafed 


BWE 


0.0365 


004561 


Sudafed 


BWE 


0.0089 


309435 


Eltor 


DOW 


0.0132 



943 



2806 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

12:00 Autonomic Agents 



O. Reg. 524/76 



12:12 Sympathomimetic (Ad 

CONTINUED 


renergic Agents) 






Salbiitamol 4mg Tab 


332257 Ventolin 


AHA 


0.0779 


Salbutamol 2mg Tab O 


307742 Ventolin 


AHA 


0.0468 


SalbutamoJ 5mg/ml Sol Inh O 


334227 Ventolin 


AHA 


0.2S00 + 


Saibulamol 0.2% Aero Sol O 


303569 Ventolin 


AHA 


0.2450 


Terbulaline Sulfate 5mg Tab O 


335363 Bricanyl 


AST 


0.0688 + 


12:16 Sympatholytic (Adrenergic Blocking) Ag 


ents 




Ergolam'me Tartrate 1 mg Tab 


027405 Gynergen 


SAN 


0.1164 


Ergotamine Tartrate O.Smg/ml Inj Sol 


027278 Gynergen 


SAN 


0.4400 


Ergotamine Tartrate & Caffeine 

1mg& lOOmgTab 


176095 Cafergot 


SAN 


0.1065 


Methysergide Bimaleate 2mg Tab 


027499 Sansert 


SAN 


0.1234 


Pizotyline Hydrogen Malate 0.5mg Tab 


329320 Sandomigran 


SAN 


0.1095 + 



944 



I 



O. Reg. 524/76 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 2807 

16:00 Biood Derivatives 

Immune Human Serum Globulin 
16.5% (tOml)Inj Sol 



Immune Human Serum Globulin 

16.5% (5ml) Inj Sol 

Immune Human Serum Globulin 

16.5% (2ml) Inj So! 

Tetanus Immune Human Globulin 

250U Inj Sol 



990515 Immune Human 

Serum Globulin CNG 6.1500+ 

990523 Immune Human 

Serum Globulin CNG 3.6900 

075280 Immune Human 

Serum Globulin CNG 2.1100 + 

074942 Tetanus Immune 

Human Globulin CNG 2.2200 



945 



2808 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 524/76 



20:00 Blood Formation and Coagulation 
20:04 Antianemia Drugs 

*Ferrous Fumarate 200mg olc 1 00 Tab 



Ferrous Fumarate 60mg/ml 0/L O 
♦Ferrous Gluconate 300mg olc 1 00 Tab 



Ferrous Gluconate 60mg/ml 0/L O 
♦Ferrous Sulfate 300mg otc 1 00 Ent Tab 

Ferrous Sulfate 125mg/ ml O/L O 
Iron Dextran 100mg/2ml Inj Sol ® 



021431 
094706 

012238 


Novofumar 
Ferrous 
Fumarate 
Fersamal 


NOP 

DTC 
GLA 


1.2500 

1.7000 
3.1500 


018287 


Palafer 


MOM 


0.0153 


021458 
094714 

033650 


Novoferrogluc 
Ferrous 
Gluconate 
Fergon 


NOP 

DTC 
WIN 


1.2500 

1 .6500 
1.7000 


033146 


Fergon 


WIN 


0.0062 


232998 
000590 
015903 


Novoferrosulfa 
Ferrous Sulfate 
Ferrous Sulfate 


NOP 
ABB 
LIL 


1.2500 

1 .6500 
2.1000 


017841 


Fer-in-Sol 


MJO 


0.0370 


009598 


Imferon 


FIS 


1.0590 



20:12 Coagulants and Anti-Coagulants 



Dicumarol 50mg Tab © 

Not Interchangaable 

Heparin 50,000USP U/5ml Inj Sol 

Not Interchangeable 



Heparin 10.000USP U/IOmI Inj Sol 

Not Interchangeable 



Nicoumalone 4mg Tab O 

Not Interchangeable 

Nicoumalone 1 mg Tab O 

Not Interchangeable 

Phenindione 50mg Tab © 

Not Interchangeable 

Phenprocoumon 3mg Tab © 

Not Interchartgeable 

Warfarin lOmgTab© 

Not Interchangeable 

Warfarin 5mg Tab O 

Not Interchangeable 



Warfarin 2.5mg Tab O 

Wo/ Interchangeable 



000388 


Dicoumarol 


ABB 


0.0315 


010022 


Dufalone 


FRS 


0.0387 


263798 


Heparin 


ORG 


4.4000 


038091 


Heparin 


ABB 


5.4500 


304050 


Heparin 


AHA 


6.3370 


338583 


Hepalean 


HRS 


6.4800 


022454 


Heparin 


ORG 


1.2100 


000205 


Heparin 


ABB 


1.3500 


304042 


Heparin 


AHA 


1.6830 


016667 


Hepalean 


MTC 


1.7900 


030724 


Heparin 


UPJ 


2.5000 


010391 


Sintrom 


GEI 


0.1111 


010383 


Sintrom 


GEI 


0.0350 


010189 


Danilone 


FRS 


0.046»i 


013390 


Marcumar 


HLR 


0.0825 


026182 


Athrombin-K 


PFR 


0.0556 


009342 


Coumadin 


END 


0.0719 


026174 


Athrombin-K 


PFR 


0.0383 


031348 


Warnerin 


WCH 


0.0405 


010308 


Warfilone 


FRS 


0.0463 


009326 


Coumadin 


END 


0.0472 


010294 


Warfilone 


FRS 


0.0336 


009318 


Coumadin 


END 


0.0387 



946 



O. Reg. 524/76 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

24:00 Cardiovascular Drugs 



2809 



24:04 Cardiac Drugs 

Digitoxin 0. 1 mg Tab O 



Digox 

Not In 

Digox 

Not I- 

Digox 

Sol In 

Digox 

Not In, 

Digox 

Not In, 



i^changeatye 

nO 25mgTabO 
n0.125mgTabO 

irchangeable 

n 0.05mg/ml 0/L O 
n 0.50mg/2ml Inj So! 
n 0.05mg/ml Inj Sol 

ercharyjeabi^ 



LanatosJde C 0.25mg Tab O 
Procainamide HCI 375mg Cap O 
Procainamide HCI 250mg Cap O 
Procainamide HCI lOOOmg/IOml Inj So! 
Propranolol 80mg Tab O 
Propranolol 40mg Tab O 
Propranolol lOmg Tab O 
Propranolol Starter Pak 
Quinidine BisuHate 250mg Tab O 
Quinidine Sulfate 200mg Tab 



034118 


Purodigin 


WYE 


0.0091 


004685 


Lanoxin 


BWE 


0.0146 


035319 


Lanoxin 


BWE 


0.0146 


242713 


Lanoxin 


BWE 


0.0266 


004464 


Lanoxin 


BWE 


0.4570 


004456 


Lanoxin 


BWE 


0.5710 


027413 


Cedilanid 


SAN 


0.0341 


296031 


Pronestyl 


SOU 


0.0785 


029076 


PronesiyI 


SOU 


0.0580 


029181 


Pronestyl 


SOU 


2.0000 


313602 


Inderal 


AYE 


0.1150 


002666 


Inderal 


AYE 


0.0720 


002658 


Inderal 


AYE 


O.0410 


990310 


Inderal 


AYE 


1.7500 


249580 


Biquin 


AST 


0.1375 


094412 
023868 
021733 
004782 
026883 
003611 


Quinidine 

Ouinidine 

Novoquinidine 

Quinidine 

Quinidine 

Ouinidine 


DTC 
PDA 
NOP 
BWE 
ROG 
AHA 


0.1050 
0.1050 

0.1095 
0.1187 
0.1320 
0.1377 



Nol* 

When adnxMiering digcMin. i is actvisabs* to rr^dcaie the sarna patent on the same drug product 



24:06 Anlilipemic Drugs 

Cholestyramine Resin 91 5mg/g Oral Pd O 
Cholestyramine Resin 833mg/g Oral Pd O 
Clofibrate SOOmg Cap O 



01 6098 Cuemid 
01 7744 Questran 
002038 Atromid-S 



MSO 0.0540 
MJO 0.0193 
AYE 0.0720 



24:08 Hypotensive Drugs (For Diuretics See 40:28) 



Bethanidine Sulfate 25mg Tab O 
Bethanidine Sulfate 1 Omg Tab 
Chlorthalidone 1 OOmg Tab O 



035289 Esbaloid 

035270 Esbaloid 

293881 Uridon 

010421 Hygroton 



BWE 0.1096 

BWE 0.0548 

ICN 0.0572 

GEI 0.0752 



CONTINUED 



947 



2810 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

24:00 Cardiovascular Drugs 



O. Reg. 524/76 



24:08 Hypotensive Drugs (For Diuretics See 40:28) 

CONTINUED 

Chlorthalidone 50mg Tab O 

Clonidine HCI 0.2mg Tab O 
ClonJdine HCI 0.1 mg Tab © 
Debrisoquine Sulfate 20mg Tab O 
Debrisoquine Sulfate 10mg Tab O 
Diazoxide 300mg/20ml Inj Sol 
Ethacrynic Acid 50mg Tab O 
Furosemide 40mg Tab © 



Furosemide 20mg Tab © 
Furosemide 20mg/2ml Inj Sol 
Guanethidine Sulfate 25mg Tab © 
Guanethidine Sulfate lOmg Tab © 
Hydralazine HCI 50mg Tab © 
Hydralazine HCI 25mg Tab © 
Hydralazine HCI lOmg Tab © 
Hydralazine HCI 20mg/ml Inj Sol 
Hydrochlorothiazide 50mg Tab © 



Hydrochlorothiazide 25mg Tab © 



298964 


Uridon 


ICN 


0.0429 


010413 


Hygroton 


GEI 


0.0564 


291889 


Catapres 


BOE 


0.1309 


259527 


Catapres 


BOE 


0.0756 


255424 


Declinax 


HLR 


0.0743 


255432 


Declinax 


HLR 


0.0495 


269271 


Hyperstat 


SCH 


8.5300 


016497 


Edecrin 


MSD 


0.0932 


332275 


Furoside 


ICN 


0.0716 


344079 


Untol 


NOR 


0.0860 + 


012580 


Lasix 


HOE 


0.0894 


289590 


Lasix 


HOE 


0.0683 


217743 


Lasix 


HOE 


1.2120 


005517 


Ismelin 


GIB 


0.1257 


005509 


Ismelin 


GIB 


0.0712 


005541 


Apresoline 


GIB 


0.0821 


005533 


Apresoline 


GIB 


0.0523 


005525 


Apresoline 


GIB 


0.0307 


005274 


Apresoline 


GIB 


0.8390 


092703 


Hydrochloro- 








thiazide 


DTC 


0.0093 


209821 


Hydrochloro- 








thiazide 


SAP 


0.0098 


021482 


Novohydrazide 


NOP 


0.0120 


263907 


Urozide 


ICN 


0.0180 


018406 


Hydro-Aquil 


MOM 


0.0194 


280305 


Hydrochloro- 








thiazide 


MPT 


0.0211 


314609 


Hydrid-50 


GPN 


0.0257 


007579 


Hydrozide 


ELL 


0.0288 


016519 


HydcoDlURIL 


MSD 


0.0392 


005576 


Esidrix 


GIB 


0.0421 


092681 


Hydrochloro- 








thiazide 


DTC 


0.0097 


021474 


Novohydrazide 


NOP 


0.0105 


263893 


Urozide 


ICN 


0.0143 


018392 


Hydro-Aquil 


MOM 


0.0174 


280291 


Hydrochloro- 








thiazide 


MPT 


0.0185 


007560 


Hydrozide 


ELL 


0.0200 


016500 


HydroDIURIL 


MSD 


0.0278 


005568 


Esidrix 


GIB 


0.0299 



CONTINUED 



948 



O. Reg. 524/76 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

24:00 Cardiovascular Drugs 



2811 



24:08 Hypotensive Drugs (For Diuretics See 40:28) 

CONTINUED 

Hydrochlorothiazide & Spironolactone 

25mg & 25mg Tab O 

Hydrochlorothiazide & Triamterene 

25mg & 50mg Tab O 

Methyldopa 500mg Tab O 
Methyldopa 250mg Tab O 

Methyldopa 1 25mg Tab O 

Methyldopa & Hydrochlorothiazide 

250mg & 25mg Tab O 

Methyldopa & Hydrochlorothiazide 

250mg & 1 5mg Tab Q 

= Pargylina HCI 25mg Tab O 
=Pargyline HCI lOmg Tab O 
Rauwolfia Serpentina 1 0Omg Tab O 
RauwoIHa Serpentina 50mg Tab O 
Reserpine 0.25mg Tab O 



Reserpine 0. 1 mg Tab O 

Reserpine 5mg/2ml Inj Sol 

Sodium Nitroprusside Dihydrate 

50mg Inj Pd 

Spironolactone lOOmg Tab O 
Spironolactone 25mg Tab O 
Triamterene lOOmg Tab O 
Triamterene 50mg Tab O 

Hypertension - Fixed Combination Drugs 

A lixed co.-nbtnalion drug is not indicated lor initial therapy of hypertension. Hypertensfon requires therapy titrated to ttie individual patient. 
Recognizing this, il the dxad ccm&mation drug meets that titrated dose of its irKJividuai components, its use may be more convenient in the 
management ol the irtdnnduai patient. The treatment ol ttypertension is not static, it must be re-evakiated as conditions in each patient war- 
rant Adapted from F-O-C Reports. Sept 11.1 972. p 8 (FOA Cardiovascular Advisory Committee). 



180408 


Aldactazide 


SEA 


0.0842 


181523 


Dyazide 


SKF 


0.0700 


016586 


Aidomet 


MSO 


0.1465 


250392 


Dopamet 


ICN 


0.0693 


016578 


Aidomet 


MSD 


0.0818 


016551 


Aidomet 


MSC 


0.0572 


140597 


Aldoril-25 


MSD 


0.1001 


140589 


Aldoril-15 


MSO 


0.0911 


000523 


Eutonyl 


ABB 


0.0850 


000515 


Eutonyl 


ABB 


0.0420 


029459 


Raudixin 


SOU 


0.0530 


029440 


Raudixin 


SOU 


0.0405 


093238 


Reserpine 


DTC 


0.0125 


001538 


Reserpanca 


ANC 


0.0176 


005665 


Serpasil 


CIB 


0.0336 


093211 


Reserpine 


DTC 


0.0094 


001511 


Reserpanca 


ANC 


0.0099 


005657 


Serpasil 


CIB 


0.0194 


005290 


Serpasil 


CIB 


1.3610 


336459 


Nipride 


HLR 


8.2500 


285455 


Aldactone 


SEA 


0.2640 


028606 


Aldactone 


SEA 


0.0726 


027138 


Dyrenium 


SKF 


0.0679 


299715 


Dyrenium 


SKF 


0.0475 



24:12 Vasodilating Drugs 

Erythrol Tetranitrate 1 0mg SL Tab O 
isosorbide Dinitrate 30mg Tab O 
Isosorbide Dinitrate 1 0mg Tab O 



299790 Cardilate-10 

279536 Isordil 

208973 Isordil 

102156 Coronex 



CAL 0.0325 

WYE 0.0780 

WYE 0.0327 

ELL 0.0328 



CONTINUED 



949 



2812 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

24:00 Cardiovascular Drugs 

24:12 Vasodilating Drugs 

CONTINUED 

isosorbide Dinitrate 5mg SL Tab 
Nitroglycerin 0.6mg SL Tab O 

Nitroglycerin 0.3mg SL Tab O 



O. Reg. 524/76 



243116 
007676 


Isordil 
Coronex 


WYE 
ELL 


0.0300 

0.0310 


015962 
228745 
003662 
037621 


Nitroglycerin 
Nitroglycerin 
Nitroslabilin 
Nitrostat 


LIL 
PDA 
AHA 
PDA 


0.0080 
0.0080 

0.0145 
0.0150 


015954 
037613 


Nitroglycerin 
Nitrostat 


LIL 
PDA 


0.0080 

0.0150 



950 



I 



O. Reg. 524/76 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



2813 



28:08 Analgesics 

Acetaminophen 500nr»g Tab O 
Acetaminophen 325mg Tab O 

Acetaminophen lOOmg/ml 0/L O 
Acetaminophen 24mg/ml 0/L © 

Acetaminophen Compound with Codeine 

30mg Tab 

Acetaminophen Compound with Codeine 
, 1 5mg Tab 

♦Acetylsallcylic Acid 650mg Ent Tab 

^Acetylsalicylic Acid 325mg Ent Tab 

*AcetylsaIicyIic Acid 300mg otc 300 Tab 
Acetyl salicylic Acid 600mg Sup 
Acetyl sal icy lie Acid 1 50mg Sup 
Anileridine HCI 25mg Tab 
Anileridine Phosphate 25mg/ml Inj Sol 
ASA Compound with Codeine 60mg Tab 
ASA Compound with Codeine 30mg Tab 

ASA Compound with Codeine 1 5mg Tab 



ASA Compound with Oxycodone Tab 
Codeine Phosphate 60mg Tab 

Codeine Phosphate 30mg Tab 



292486 
013668 


Campain 
Atasol Forte 


WIN 
HOR 


0.0230 

0.0315 


017590 
229229 
293482 


Tylenol 

Campain 

Atasol 


MCN 

WIN 

HOR 


0.0206 

0.0210 
0.0225 


132454 


Tylenol 


MCN 


0.0686 


229202 
017558 


Campain 
Tylenol 


WIN 
MCN 


0.0116 

0.0129 


132608 
293512 


Tylenol No.3 
Atasol-30 


MCN 
HOR 


0.0727 

0.0875 


132594 
293504 


Tylenol No.2 
Atasol-15 


MCN 
HOR 


0.0485 

0.0585 


229296 
010340 


Novasen 
Entrophen 


NOP 
FRS 


0.0150 

0.0285 


216666 
027189 
010332 


Novasen 

Ecotrin 

Entrophen 


NOP 
SKF 
FRS 


0.0090 

0.0116 
0.0146 


092754 


ASA 


DTC 


1.6000 


018171 


Sal-Adult 


MOM 


0.1641 


018163 


Sal-Infant 


MOM 


0.1266 


010014 


Leritine 


FRS 


0.0418 


009857 


Leritine 


FRS 


0.2104 


108189 


294 


FRS 


0.1276 


095516 
219843 


AC&C 
292 


DTC 
FRS 


0.0586 
0.0740 


095508 
230421 

108103 
091685 


AC&C 
Ancasal Cpd 
No.2 
282 
Codophen-R 


DTC 

ANC 
FRS 
DOW 


0.0408 

0.0413 
0.0504 
0.0536 


103535 


PerccxJan 


END 


0.0549 


003247 
093149 


Codeine 
Codeine 


AHA 
DTC 


0.1075 

0.1110 


003239 
093130 
018694 


Codeine 
Codeine 
Codeine 


AHA 
DTC 
NDA 


0.0540 

0.0555 
0.0726 



The coinbinaiion ol ASA and Cod«<ne m a single dosage form otters no therapeutic advantage. ho«*evsr. because ol estatAshed use as cxai 
narcodc products, ttwse combinations are Ksted tor convenierxw. 



CONTINUEO 



951 



2814 



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O. Reg. 524/76 



28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 
28:08 Analgesics 



CONTINUEO 



Codeine Phosphala 1 5nng Tab 


003220 
018686 
093122 


Codeine 
Codeine 
Codeine 


AHA 
NDA 
DTC 


0.0311 

0.0402 
0.0405 


Codeine Phosphate 5mg/ml O/L 


093114 
018678 


Codeine 
Codeine 


DTC 

NDA 


0.0141 

0.0181 


Codeine Phosphate 30mg/ml Inj Sol 


029742 
303879 


Codeine 
Codeine 


STX 
AHA 


0.1540 

0.1771 


Colchicine 0.6mg Tab 


094382 
000396 


Colchicine 
Colchicine 


DTC 
ABB 


0.0305 

0.0436 


Fenoprofen Calcium BOOnng Tab O 


345504 


Nalfon 


LIL 


0.1518 + 


Fenoprofen Calcium 300mg Cap O 


328642 


Nalfon 


LIL 


0.0783 


Ibuprofen 300nng Tab O 


327794 


Motrin 


UPJ 


0.0800 


Ibuprofen 200mg Tab © 


252409 


Motrin 


UPJ 


0.0650 


Indomelhacin 50mg Cap 


016047 
228575 


Indocid 
Infrocin 


MSD 
FRS 


0.1542 

0.1554 


Indomelhacin 25mg Cap 


016039 
228583 


Indocid 
Infrocin 


MSD 
FRS 


0.0869 

0.0876 


Indomethacin lOOmg Sup 


016233 


Indocid 


MSD 


0.3666 


Levorphanol Tartrate 2nng Tab 


013366 


Levo-Dromoran 


HLR 


0.0765 


Levorphanoi Tartrate 2mg/ml Inj Sol 


012904 


Levo-Dromoran 


HLR 


0.4180 


Meperidine HCI 50mg Tab 


003506 
033685 


Pethidine 
Demerol 


AHA 
WIN 


0.0353 

0.0375 


Meperidine HC1 1 500mg/30ml Inj Sol 


990493 


Demerol 


WIN 


1.2500 


Meperidine HCI 100mg/2ml Inj Sol 


990477 


Demerol 


WIN 


0.1100 


Meperidine HCI lOOmg/ml Inj Sol 


029947 
033308 
303968 


Pethidine 

Demerol 

Pethidine 


STX 
WIN 
AHA 


0.1100 
0.1100 

0.1337 


Meperidine HCI 50mg/ml Inj Sol 


029920 
036242 
303941 


Pethidine 

Demerol 

Pethidine 


STX 
WIN 
AHA 


0.1045 

0.1100 
0.1286 


Morphine Sulfate 1 5mg/ml Inj So! 


029971 
335371 


Morphine 
Morphine 


STX 

AHA 


0.1375 

0.1531 


Naproxen 250mg Tab 


335193 


Naprosyn 


SYN 


0.1772 + 


Naproxen 1 25mg Tab 


299413 


Naprosyn 


SYN 


0.0886 


Oxymorphone HCI 5mg Sup 


009245 


Numorphan 


END 


0.4050 


Pentazocine 50mg Tab 


033731 


Talwin 


WIN 


0.0750 


Pentazocine 300mg / 1 0ml Inj Sol 


036277 


Talwin 


WIN 


1.4800 


Phenylbutazone 1 0Omg Ent Tab 


258377 


Intrabutazone 


ORG 


0.0582 



CONTINUED 



952 



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28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



2815 



28:08 Analgesics 



CONTINUED 



Phenylbutazone 1 0Omg Tab 



I 



Propoxyphene 65mg Tab 
Propoxyphene Cap O 

28:10 Narcotic Antagonists 

Levallorphan Tartrate 1 mg/ml Inj Sol 
Nalorphine HCI 5mg/ml Inj Sol 
Naloxone HCI 0.4mg/ml Inj Sol 

28:12 Anticonvulsants 

Carbamazepine 200mg Tab O 

Diphenylhydantoin (Phenytoin) 

50mg Tab O 

Diphenylhydantoin (Phenytoin) 

1 0Omg Cap O 

Diphenylhydantoin (Phenytoin) 

30mg Cap O 

Diphenylhydantoin (Phenytoin) 

25mg/mlO/LO 

Diphenylhydantoin (Phenytoin) 

6mg/mlO/LO 

Diphenylhydantoin (Phenytoin) 

250mg/5m!lnjSol 

Diphenylhydantoin (Phenytoin) 

100mg/2ml Inj Sol 

Ethosuximide 250mg Cap 
Ethosuximide 50mg/ml 0/L 
Ethotoin 500mg Tab O 
Ethotoin 250mg Tab O 

CONTINUED 



209899 


Phenylbutazone 


SAP 


0.0077 


093041 


Phenylbutazone 


DTC 


0.0087 


017116 


Butagesic 


MAN 


0.0088 


021660 


Novophenyl 


NOP 


0.0100 


018430 


Malgesic 


MOM 


0.0242 


003573 


Phenylbutazone 


AHA 


0.0274 


010502 


Butazolidin 


GEI 


0.0689 


003263 


Progesic 


AHA 


0.0327 


010081 


642 


FRS 


0.0396 


209880 


Propoxyphene 


SAP 


0.0161 


151351 


Novopropoxyn 


NOP 


0.0200 


236780 


Pro-65 


ICN 


0.0248 


261432 


Darvon-N 


LIL 


0.0556 



115584 Lorfan 
009873 Nalline 
268712 Narcan 



HLR 0.5500 
FRS 2.4100 
END 2.0625 



010405 


Tegretol 


GEI 


0.1432 


023698 


Dilantin 


PDA 


0.0175 


037435 
022780 


Novodiphenyl 
Dilantin 


NOP 
PDA 


0.0140 

0.0200 


022772 


Dilantin 


PDA 


0.0197 


023450 


Dilantin 


PDA 


0.0108 


023442 


Dilantin 


PDA 


0.0091 


271705 


Dilantin 


PDA 


2.6740 


245453 


Dilantin 


PDA 


1.7950 


022799 


Zarontin 


PDA 


0.0720 


023485 


Zarontin 


PDA 


0.0165 


000450 


Peganone 


ABB 


0.0701 


000442 


Peganone 


ABB 


0.0400 



953 



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28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



28:12 Anticonvulsants 

CONTINUED 

Mephenytoin lOOmg Tab O 
Mephobarbitai 200mg Tab O 
Mephobarbital 1 0Omg Tab O 
Methsuximide 300mg Cap O 
Paramethadione 300mg Cap O 
Phenobarbital lOOmg Tab O 

Phenobarbitai 60mg Tab © 

Phenobarbital 30mg Tab O 

Phenobarbital 1 5mg Tab O 

Phenobarbital 4mg/ml 0/L O 

Phenobarbital 300mg/2ml Inj Sol 
Phenobarbital 120mg/ml Inj Sol 
Phensuximide 500mg Cap O 
Phensuximide 60mg/ml 0/L O 
Primidone 250mg Tab O 

Primidone 1 25mg Tab O 
Primidone 50mg/ml O/L O 
Trimethadione 300mg Cap © 



027421 


Mesantoin 


SAN 


0.0330 


033715 


Mebaral 


WIN 


0.0495 


033707 


Mebaral 


WIN 


0.0300 


022802 


Celontin 


PDA 


0.0700 


000051 


Paradione 


ABB 


0.0642 


093564 


Phenobarbital 


DTC 


0.0059 


046868 


Phenobarbital 


ANC 


0.0078 


093556 


Phenobarbital 


DTC 


0.0046 


023817 


Phenobarbital 


PDA 


0.0057 


093521 


Phenobarbital 


DTC 


0.0027 


023809 


Phenobarbital 


PDA 


0.0027 


046841 


Phenobarbital 


ANC 


0.0035 


093505 


Phenobarbital 


DTC 


0.0020 


023795 


Phenobarbital 


PDA 


0.0022 


046833 


Phenobarbital 


ANC 


0.0028 


093483 


Phenobarbital 


DTC 


0.0048 


298689 


Phenobarbital 


ANC 


0.0058 


033375 


Luminal 


WIN 


0.3000 


033367 


Luminal 


WIN 


0.2600 


022810 


Milontin 


PDA 


0.0660 


023469 


Milontin 


PDA 


0.0151 


294985 


Sertan 


ICN 


0.0319 


002631 


Mysoline 


AYE 


0.0400 


002623 


Mysoline 


AYE 


0.0240 


052965 


Mysoline 


AYE 


0.0104 


000094 


Trimedone 


ABB 


0.0420 



28:16:04 Psychotherapeutic Agents Antidepressants 



Amitriptyline 50mg Tab © 



Amltriptyline 25mg Tab © 



037427 


Novotriptyn 


NOP 


0.0425 


271152 


Levate 


ICN 


0.0440 


018341 


Deprex 


MOM 


0.0734 


016349 


Elavil 


MSD 


0.1247 


251275 


Amitriptyline 


SAP 


0.0180 


037419 


Novotriptyn 


NOP 


0.0240 


306320 


Levate 


ICN 


0.0253 


018333 


Deprex 


MOM 


0.0281 


016330 


Elavil 


MSD 


0.0669 



CONTINUED 



954 



I 



O. Reg. 524/76 



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2817 



28:00 Central ^3^rvous System Drugs 



28:16:04 Psychotherapeutic Agents Antidepressants 

/-rwiTiMiicn 



COSTINU50 



Amilriptyline 1 0mg Tab O 



AmJtfiplyHne 2mg/ml 0/L © 
Clomipramine HC! 25mg Tab CD 
Clomipramine HCI lOmg Tab O 
Desipramine 50mg Tab O 
Desipramine 25mg Tab O 

Doxepin HCI lOOmg Cap O 
Doxepin HCI 50mg Cap O 
Doxepin HCI 25mg Cap O 
Doxepin HCI lOmg Cap O 
Imipramine 50mg Tab O 

Imipramine 25mg Tab O 
Imipramine 1 0mg Tab O 

**l3ocarboxazid lOmg Tab O 

Nortriptyline 25 mg Cap O 

Nortriptyline lOmg Cap O 
•'Phenelzine Sulfate 1 5mg Tab O 

Protriptyline 1 0mg Tab O 

Protripiyline 5mg Tab O 
**Trany}cypromine Sulfate 1 0mg Tab O 

Trimipramine lOOmg Tab O 

Trimlpramine 50mg Tab 
Trimipramine 25mg Tab O 
Trimipramine 1 2.5mg Tab O 



251283 
037400 
29391 1 
018325 
016322 


Amitripiyline 

Novotriptyn 

Levate 

Daprex 

Elavil 


SAP 

NOP 

ICN 

MOM 

MSD 


0.0128 

0.0130 
0.0143 
0.0182 
0.0349 


01630S 


Elavil 


MSD 


0.0088 


324019 


Anafranil 


GEI 


0.1254 


330565 


Anafranil 


GEI 


0.1004 


353378 


Norpramin 


MER 


0.1414 


353858 
010448 


Norpramin 
Pertofrane 


MER 
GEI 


0.0798 

0.1092 


326925 


Sinequan 


PR 


0.2444 


024341 


Sinequan 


PR 


0.1381 


024333 


Sinequan 


PR 


0.0932 


024325 


Sinequan 


PR 


0.0758 


021520 
010480 


Novopramine 
Tofranil 


NOP 
GEI 


0.0330 
0.1534 


209864 
021512 
010472 


Imipramine 

Novopramine 

Tofranil 


SAP 
NOP 
GEI 


0.01 7S 

0.0210 
0.0843 


209856 
021504 
010464 


Imipramine 

Novopramine 

Tofranil 


SAP 
NOP 
GEI 


0.0098 

0.0155 
0.0528 


013307 


Marplan 


HLR 


0.0512 


015237 


Aventyl 


LIL 


0.0755 


015229 


Aventyl 


LIL 


0.0424 


2541 48 


Nardil 


WCH 


0.1029 


322741 


Triptil 


MSD 


0.1121 


322261 


Trlptil 


MSD 


0.0788 


027111 


Parnate 


SKF 


0.0925 


025852 


Surmontil 


POU 


0.2468 


025844 


Surmontil 


POU 


0.1442 


025835 


Surmontil 


POU 


0.0864 


025828 


Surmontil 


POU 


0.0492 



CONTINUED 



955 



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28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



O. Reg. 524/76 



28:16:08 Psychotherapeutic Agents Tranquilizers 



Chlordiazepoxide 25mg Cap O 



Chlordiazepoxide lOmg Cap O 



Chlordiazepoxide 5mg Cap O 



Chlormezanone 200mg Tab O 
Chlormezanone lOOmg Tab O 
Chlorpromazine 200mg Tab O 
Chlorpromazine 100mg Tab 



Chlorpromazine 50mg Tab O 



Chlorpromazine 25mg Tab O 



020931 


Novopoxide 


NOP 


0.0235 


018082 


C-Tran 


MOiVl 


0.0416 


007390 


Protensin 


ELL 


0.0674 


013498 


Solium 


HOR 


0.0750 


012645 


Librium 


HLR 


0.0990 


314528 


Nack 


CPN 


0.0998-1- 


280356 


Chlordiaze- 








poxide 


MPT 


0.0168 


020923 


Novopoxide 


NOP 


0.0175 


018074 


C-Tran 


MOM 


0.0290 


007382 


Protensin 


ELL 


0.0443 


013471 


Solium 


HOR 


0.0465 


314471 


Nack 


CPN 


0.0618-r 


012637 


Librium 


HLR 


0.0642 


020915 


Novopoxide 


NOP 


0.0120 


280348 


Chlordiaze- 








poxide 


MPT 


0.0121 


018066 


C-Tran 


MOM 


0.0270 


007374 


Protensin 


ELL 


0.0337 


013463 


Solium 


HOR 


0.0365 


012629 


Librium 


HLR 


0.0481 


314498 


Nack 


CPN 


0.0488-1- 


033626 


Trancopal 


WIN 


0.0870 


033618 


Trancopal 


WIN 


0.0740 


025518 


Largactil 


POU 


0.1170 


249041 


Chlorpromazine 


DTC 


0.0195 


017019 


Chlor-Promanyl 


MAN 


0.0208 


232831 


Novochlorprom- 








azine 


NOP 


0.0215 


271128 


Chlorprom 


ICN 


0.0310 


025496 


Largactil 


POU 


0.0814 


249394 


Chlorpromazine 


DTC 


0.0130 


017000 


Chlor-Promanyl 


MAN 


0.0132 


232807 


Novbchlorprom- 








azine 


NOP 


0.0145 


271101 


Chlorprom 


ICN 


0.0233 


025488 


Largactil 


POU 


0.0510 


249033 


Chlorpromazine 


DTC 


0.0090 


016993 


Chlor-Promanyl 


MAN 


0.0094 


232823 


Novochlorprom- 








azine 


NOP 


0.0120 


295086 


Chlorprom 


ICN 


0.0185 


025461 


Largactil 


POU 


0.0346 



CONTINUED 



956 



O. Reg. 524/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2819 



28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



28:16:08 Psychotherapeutic Agents Tranquilizers 

CONTINUED 

Chlorpromazine lOmg Tab O 
Chlorpromazine 40mg/ml 0/L O 
Chlorpromazine 20mg/ml O/L O 
Chlorpromazine 5mg/ml O/L O 
Chlorpromazine 1 0Omg Sup 
Chlorpromazine 25mg Sup 
Chlorpromazine 50mg/2ml Inj Sol 
Chiorprolhixene lOOmg Tab O 
Chlorprothixene 50mg Tab © 
Chlorprothixene 1 5mg Tab O 
Clorazepate Dipotassium 1 5mg Cap O 
Clorazepate Dipotassium 7.5mg Cap O 
Clorazepate Dipotassium 3.75mg Cap O 
Diazepam lOmg Tab O 



Diazepam 5mg Tab O 



Diazepam 2mg Tab 



Diazepam 1 mg/ml O/L O 

Diazepam 10mg/2ml Inj Sol 

Fluphenazine Decanoate 25mg/ml Inj Susp 



025453 


Largactil 


POU 


0.0286 


025186 


Largactll 


POU 


0.0814 


0251 78 


Largactil 


POU 


0.0228 


025151 


Largactil 


POU 


0.0065 


025283 


Largactil 


POU 


0.1800 


025275 


Largactil 


POU 


0.1310 


163953 


Largactil 


POU 


0.3480 


013250 


Tarasan 


HLR 


0.2145 


013242 


Tarasan 


HLR 


0.1227 


013234 


Tarasan 


HLR 


0.0605 


26491 1 


Tranxene 


ABB 


0.1375 


264946 


Tranxene 


ABB 


0.0845 


264938 


Tranxene 


ABB 


0.0507 


311596 


Diazepam 


MPT 


0.0380 


272639 


E-Pam 


ION 


0.0402 


272450 


Novodipam 


NOP 


0.0405 


288721 


D-Tran 


MOM 


0.0460 


315052 


Serenack 


CPN 


0.0614 


013773 


Vivol 


HOR 


0.0710 


037273 


Paxel 


ELL 


0.0766 


013293 


Valium 


HLR 


0.1151 


303461 


Diazepam 


SAP 


0.0182 


311588 


Diazepam 


MPT 


0.0233 


280429 


E-Pam 


ICN 


0.0248 


272442 


Novodipam 


NOP 


0.0255 


288713 


D-Tran 


MOM 


0.0266 


315079 


Serenack 


CPN 


0.0352 


013765 


Vivol 


HOR 


0.0430 


037265 


Paxel 


ELL 


0.0469 


013285 


Valium 


HLR 


0.0708 


311561 


Diazepam 


MPT 


0.0168 


272434 


Novodipam 


NOP 


0.0185 


272647 


E-Pam 


ICN 


0.0187 


288705 


D-Tran 


MOM 


0.0218 


315060 


Serenack 


CPN 


0.0283 


013757 


Vivol 


HOR 


0.0310 


037257 


Paxel 


ELL 


0.0337 


013277 


Vallum 


HLR 


0.0509 


013110 


Valium 


HLR 


0.0132 


012874 


Valium 


HLR 


0.7040 


349917 


Modecate 


SOU 


12.2500 



CONTINUED 



957 



2820 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 524/76 



28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



28:16:08 Psychotherapeutic Agents Tranquilizers 



CONTINUED 



Fluphenazine Enanthate 

125mg/5mllnjSol 

Fluphenazine HCl 5mg Tab O 
Fluphenazine HCl 2mg Tab O 
Fluphenazine HCl 1 mg Tab O 
Fluphenazine HCl 0.2mg/ml O/L O 
Haloperidol 5mg Tab O 
Haloperidol 2mg Tab O 
Haloperidol 1 mg Tab O 
Haloperidol 0.5nng Tab © 
Haloperidol 2mg/ml O/L O ^ 
Haloperidol 5mg/ml Inj Sol 
Hydroxyzine SOmg Cap O 
Hydroxyzine 25mg Cap O 
Hydroxyzine 1 0mg Cap O 
Hydroxyzine 2mg/ml O/L O 
Hydroxyzine 500mg/10m! Inj Sol 
Meprobamate 400mg Tab O 



Mesoridazine 50mg Tab © 
Mesoridazine 25nng Tab © 
Mesoridazine 1 0mg Tab © 
Mesoridazine 25mg/ml O/L O 
Mesoridazine 25mg/ml Inj Sol 
Oxazepam 30mg Tab © 
Oxazepam 1 5mg Tab © 
Oxazepam 1 0mg Tab © 
Pericyazlne 1 0mg Cap O 
Pericyazine 5mg Cap © 
Perphenazine 8mg Tab © 
Perphenazine 4mg Tab © 
Perphenazine 2mg Tab © 
Perphenazine 3.2mg/ml O/L © 
Perphenazine 0.4mg/ml O/L © 
Perphenazine 5mg/ml Inj Sol 

CONTINUED 



029173 


Moditen 
Enanthate 


SOU 


9.9000 


029408 


Moditen HCl 


SOU 


0.2450 


029386 


Moditen HCl 


SOU 


0.1425 


029378 


Moditen HCl 


SOU 


0.1070 


029122 


Moditen HCl 


SOU 


0.0187 


017698 


Haldol 


MCN 


0.2957 


017671 


Haldol 


MCN 


0.1455 


017663 


Haldol 


MCN 


0.0911 


017655 


Haldol 


MCN 


0.0631 


017582 


Haldol 


MCN 


0.2473 


017574 


Haldol 


MCN 


1.3100 


024392 


Atarax 


PFI 


0.0892 


024384 


Atarax 


PFI 


0.0729 


024376 


Atarax 


PFI 


0.0526 


024694 


Atarax 


PFI 


0.0123 


024589 


Atarax 


PFI 


4.2400 


021547 
092738 
007595 
013846 
034142 


Novomepro 

Meprobamate 

Treimar 

Miltown 

Equanil 


NOP 

DTC 

ELL 

HOR 

WYE 


0.0100 

0.0115 
0.0427 
0.0510 
0.0550 


027464 


Serentil 


SAN 


0.1114 


027456 


Serentil 


SAN 


0.0809 


027448 


Serentil 


SAN 


0.0652 


259489 


Serentil 


SAN 


0.0753 


027286 


Serentil 


SAN 


0.3520 


231363 


Serax 


WYE 


0.0879 


295698 


Serax 


WYE 


0.0606 


295701 


Serax 


WYE 


0.0484 


024899 


Neuleptil 


POU 


0.068S 


024880 


Neuleptil 


POU 


0.0480 


028312 


Trilafon 


SCH 


0.0908 


028304 


Trilafon 


SCH 


0.0642 


028290 


Trilafon 


SCH 


0.0474 


028169 


Trilafon Cone. 


SCH 


0.0372 


028150 


Trilafon 


SCH 


0.0134 


028002 


Trilafon 


SCH 


0.7160 



958 



O. Reg. 524/76 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



2821 



28:16:08 Psychotherapeutic Agents Tranquilizers 

CONTINUED 

Pimozide 4mg Tab O 
Pimozide 2mg Tab O 
Piperacetazine 50mg Tab O 
Piperacelazine 25mg Tab O 
Piperacetazine lOmg Tab O 
Prochlorperazine 25mg Tab O 
Prochlorperazine 1 0mg Tab 
Prochlorperazine 5mg Tab O 
Prochlorperazine 3mg/ml 0/L O 
Prochlorperazine 1 mg/ml 0/L O 
Prochlorperazine 25mg Sup 
Prochlorperazine lOmg Sup 
Prochlorperazine 5nng Sup 
Prochlorperazine 10mg/2ml Inj So! 
Promazine 50mg Tab O 

Promazine 25mg Tab O 

Promazine 5mg/ml 0/L © 
Thioridazine lOOmg Tab O 

Thioridazine 50mg Tab O 

Thioridazine 25mg Tab O 



Thioridazine 1 Omg Tab O 



Thioridazine 30mg/m! 0/L O 
Thioridazine 2mg/ml 0/L O 
Thiothixene 1 0mg Cap O 
Thiothixene 5mg Cap O 
Thiothixene 2mg Cap O 

CONTINUED 



313823 


Orap 


MCN 


0.2904 + 


313815 


Orap 


MCN 


0.1716 + 


279447 


Guide 


DOW 


0.2005 


037362 


Quide 


DOW 


0.1426 


037370 


Quids 


DOW 


0.0836 


025704 


Stemetil 


POU 


0.0988 


025690 


Stemsti! 


POU 


0.0742 


025682 


Stemetil 


POU 


0.0556 


025224 


Stemetil 


POU 


0.0179 


025216 


Stemetil 


POU 


0.0113 


025372 


Stemetil 


POU 


0.2220 


025364 


Stemetil 


POU 


0.1640 


025356 


Stemetil 


POU 


0.1170 


025100 


Stemetil 


POU 


0.4940 


093599 
017132 
034185 


Promazine 

Promanyl 

Sparine 


DTC 
MAN 
WYE 


0.0108 

0.0110 
0.0880 


093580 
017124 
034177 


Promazine 

Promanyl 

Sparine 


DTC 

MAN 
WYE 


0.0094 
0.0094 

0.0578 


034088 


Sparine 


WYE 


0.0116 


271225 
037478 
027553 


Thioril 

Novoridazine 

Mellaril 


ICN 

NOP 

SAN 


0.0875 

0.0880 
0.1367 


037486 
271217 
027545 


Novoridazine 

Thioril 

Mellaril 


NOP 

ICN 

SAN 


0.0500 

0.0545 
0.0774 


238791 
037494 
272728 
027537 


Thioridazine 
Novoridazine 
Thioril 
Mellaril 


SAP 
NOP 
ICN 
SAN 


0.0256 

0.0310 
0.0325 
0.0557 


238783 
037508 
271209 
027529 


Thioridazine 
Novoridazine 
Thioril 
Mellaril 


SAP 
NOP 
ICN 
SAN 


0.0180 

0.0200 
0.0240 
0.0448 


027359 


Mellaril 


SAN 


0.0436 


027375 


Mellaril 


SAN 


0.0095 


024457 


Navane 


PR 


0.1564 


024449 


Navane 


PR 


0.1213 


024430 


Navane 


PFI 


0.0707 



959 



2822 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



O. Reg. 524/76 



28:16:08 Psychotherapeutic Agents Tranquilizers 



CONTINUED 



Thiothixene 5mg/ml 0/L O 
Trifluoperazine lOmg Tab O 



Trifluoperazine 5mg Tab O 



Trifluoperazine 2mg Tab O 



Trifluoperazine Img Tab O 



Trifluoperazine lOmg/ml 0/L O 
Trifluoperazine 4mg Sup 

Trifluoperazine 20mg/ 10ml Inj Sol 
Trifluoperazine 1mg/ml Inj Sol 



157937 


Navane 


PR 


0.1203 


249092 


Trifluoperazine 


DTC 


0.0212 


017205 


Trifiurin 


t^AN 


0.0220 


280399 


Terfluzine 


ICN 


0.0264 


018511 


Clinazine 


MOM 


0.0480 


013927 


Solazine 


HOR 


0.0798 


027170 


Stelazine 


SKF 


0.1109 


249084 


Trifluoperazine 


DTC 


0.0155 


271527 


Terfluzine 


ICN 


0.0156 


017191 


Trifiurin 


MAN 


0.0165 


021873 


Novoflurazine 


NOP 


0.0170 


018503 


Clinazine 


MOM 


0.0317 


013919 


Solazine 


HOR 


0.0672 


027162 


Stelazine 


SKF 


0.0924 


249076 


Trifluoperazine 


DTC 


0.0108 


303453 


Terlluzine 


ICN 


0.0108 


021865 


Novoflurazine 


NOP 


0.0115 


017183 


Trifiurin 


MAN 


0.0143 


018481 


Clinazine 


MOM 


0.0220 


013900 


Solazine 


HOR 


0.0504 


027154 


Stelazine 


SKF 


0.0697 


294861 


Terfluzine 


ICN 


0.0105 


249068 


Trifluoperazine 


DTC 


0.0119 


017175 


Trifiurin 


MAN 


0.0121 


018473 


Clinazine 


MOM 


0.0220 


013897 


Solazine 


HOR 


0.0384 


027146 


Stelazine 


SKF 


0.0532 


027022 


Stelazine 


SKF 


0.1403 


027030 


Stelazine 


SKF 


0.2233 


027006 


Stelazine 


SKF 


4.4900 


026999 


Stelazine 


SKF 


0.6233 



28:16:12 Psychotherapeutic Agents Other Psychotropics 



Lithium Carbonate 300mg Tab O 
Lithium Carbonate 300mg Cap O 

28:20 C.N.S. Stimulants 

Amphetamine Sulfate 1 0mg Tab O 
Amphetamine Sulfate 5nng Tab O 
Dexamphetamine Sulfate 5nng Tab O 
Methylphenidate HCI lOmg Tab O 



024406 
236683 



Lithane 
Carbolith 



PFI 
ICN 



0.0158 
0.0366 



027057 Benzedrine 

027049 Benzedrine 

027065 Dexedrine 

005606 Ritalin 



SKF 0.0285 

SKF 0.0239 

SKF 0.0515 

CIB 0.0509 



960 



O. Reg. 524/76 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



2823 



28:24 Sedatives and Hypnotics 

Amobarbilal lOOmg Tab O 
Amobarbital 30mg Tab O 
Amobarbilal 1 5mg Tab O 
Amobarbital Sodium 200mg Cap 
Amobarbital Sodium 60mg Cap O 
Bulabarbilal lOOmgTab 
Butabarbilal 30mg Tab O 
Butabarhilal 1 5mg Tab O 
Butabarbilal Sodium lOOmg Tab 
Butabarbilal Sodium 30mg Tab O 
Butabarbilal Sodium 1 5mg Tab O 
Butabarbilal Sodium 6mg/ml 0/L O 
Chloral Hydrate 500mg Cap O 



Chloral Hydrate lOOmg/ml 0/L © 
Flurazepam 30mg Cap O 
Flurazepam 1 5mg Cap O 
Methotrimeprazine 50mg Tab O 
Methotrlmeprazine 25mg Tab O 
Methotrimeprazine 5mg Tab © 
Methotrimeprazine 2mg Tab © 
Methotrimeprazine 40mg/ml 0/L O 
Methotrimeprazine 5mg/ml 0/L © 
Methotrimeprazine 10mg/2ml Inj Sol 
Methotrimeprazine 25mg/ml Inj Sol 
Paraldehyde 0/L© 
Paraldehyde 5ml Inj Sol 
Pentobarbital 1 20mg Sup 
Pentobarbital 60mg Sup 
Pentobarbital 30mg Sup 
Pentobarbital Sodium lOOmg Cap 



Pentobarbital Sodium 50mg Cap O 
Pentobarbital Sodium 4mg/ml O/L © 

CONTINUED 



015636 


Amytal 


LIL 


0.0242 


015628 


Amytal 


LIL 


0.0136 


015601 


Amytal 


LIL 


0.0103 


015156 


Amy1a! Sodium 


LIL 


0.0407 


015148 


Amytal Sodium 


LIL 


0.0179 


001481 


Day-Barb 


ANC 


0.0275 


001473 


Day-Barb 


ANC 


0.0131 


001465 


Day-Barb 


ANC 


0.0106 


017639 


Butisol Sodium 


MCN 


0.0493 


017612 


Butisol Sodium 


MCN 


0.0276 


017604 


Butisol Sodium 


MCN 


0.0202 


017566 


Butisol Sodium 


MCN 


0.0080 


092885 
295035 
020893 

029041 


Chloral Hydrate 

Chloralvan 

Novochlor- 

hydrate 

Noctec 


DTC 
ICN 

NOP 
SOU 


0.0228 

0.0242 

0.0245 
0.0552 + 


029327 


Noctec 


SOU 


0.0047 


012718 


Dalmane 


HLR 


0.0759 


012696 


Dalmane 


HLR 


0.0649 


025607 


Nozinan 


POU 


0.1208 


025593 


Nozinan 


POU 


0.0880 


025585 


Nozinan 


POU^ 


0.0398 


025577 


Nozinan 


POU 


0.0262 


025208 


Nozinan 


POU 


0.1288 


025194 


Nozinan 


POU 


0.0225 


024996 


Nozinan 


POU 


0.4940 


025003 


Nozinan 


POU 


0.6170 


002755 


Paraldehyde 


AHA 


0.0152 


012149 


Paraldehyde 


GLA 


0.2908 


000272 


Nembutal 


ABB 


0.2500 


000264 


Nembutal 


ABB 


0.2050 


000256 


Nembutal 


ABB 


0.1958 


020990 
093572 
016780 
000036 


Novopentobarb 
Pentobarbital 
Pentogen 
Nembutal 


NOP 
DTC 
MAN 
ABB 


0.0150 

0.0170 
0.0171 
0.0348 


000078 


Nembutal 


ABB 


0.0219 


000124 


Nembutal 


ABB 


0.0095 



961 



2824 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 
28:24 Sedatives and Hypnotics 

CONTINUED 

Phenobarbital 1 0Omg Tab O 
Phenobarbilal 60mg Tab O 
Phenobarbital 30mg Tab O 

Phenobarbital 1 5mg Tab O 

Phenobarbital 4mg/ml 0/L O 

Phenobarbital 300mg/2ml Inj Sol 
Phenobarbital 120mg/ml Inj Sol 
Promethazine HCl 25mg Tab O 
Promethazine HCl 1 0mg Tab O 
Promethazine HCl 2mg/ml 0/L O 
Promethazine HCl 50mg Sup 
Promethazine HCl 25mg Sup 
Promethazine HCl 1 2.5mg Sup 
Promethazine HCl 50mg/2ml Inj Sol 
Secobarbital Sodium 100mg Cap 

Secobarbital Sodium 50mg Cap O 



O. Reg. 524/76 



093564 


Phenobarbital 


DTC 


0.0059 


046868 


Phenobarbital 


ANC 


0.0078 


093556 


Phenobarbital 


DTC 


0.004S 


023817 


Phenobarbital 


PDA 


0.0057 


093521 


Phenobarbital 


DTC 


0.0027 


023809 


Phenobarbital 


PDA 


0.0027 


046841 


Phenobarbital 


ANC 


0.0035 


093505 


Phenobarbital 


DTC 


0.0020 


023795 


Phenobarbital 


PDA 


0.0022 


046833 


Phenobarbital 


ANC 


0.0028 


093483 


Phenobarbital 


DTC 


0.0048 


298689 


Phenobarbital 


ANC 


0.0058 


033375 


Luminal 


WIN 


0.3000 


033367 


Luminal 


WIN 


0.2600 


213896 


Phenergan 


POU 


0.0386 


025712 


Phenergan 


POU 


0.0294 


025429 


Phenergan 


POU 


0.0094 


025402 


Phenergan 


POU 


0.1860 


025720 


Phenergan 


POU 


0.1490 


025380 


Phenergan 


POU 


0.1280 


025046 


Phenergan 


POU 


0.3560 


016802 


Secogen 


MAN 


0.0176 


015288 


Seconal 


LIL 


0.0215 


015261 


Seconal 


LIL 


0.0154 


016799 


Secogen 


MAN 


0.0154 



962 



O. Reg. 524/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2825 



35:00 Diagnosiic Agents 



35:04 Adrenal Insufficiency 

Corticotropin 40IU Inj Pd 
Corticotropin 25IU inj Pd 
Cosyntropin 0.25nr,g Inj Pd 

Cosynlropin Zinc Hydroxide 

Img/ml Inj Susp 



36:35 Gastric Function 

Betazole HCI 50mg/m! Inj Sol 

38:58 iVIyaslhenia Gravis 

Edrophonium Chloride lOOmg/IOml Inj Sol 

Neostigmine Methylsulfale 
0.5mg/ml Inj Sol 

36:88 Urine Contents 

Cupric Sulfate Reagent Tab O 

Glucose Oxidase Reagent (Qualitative) 

Stick O 

Glucose Oxidase Reagent (Semi- 
Quantitative) Stick O 

Sodium Niiroprusside Reagent Tab 

Sodium Nitroprusside Reagent Stick O 

Urine-Sugar Analysis Paper Strip Pkg O 



023000 ACTH 
022993 ACTH 
022381 Cortrosyn 

330612 Synacthen 
Depot 



212873 Histaiog 

013064 Tensilon 

012955 Prostigmin 

035122 Clinitest 

0351 1 4 Clinistix 

035130 Diastix 

035106 Acetest 

035092 Ketostix 

035653 Tes-Tape 



PDA 2.5800 

PDA 2.2500 

ORG 2.1840 

GIB 5.3500 



LIL 0.9083 

HLR 3.3000 

HLR 0.1980 

AME 0.0195 

AME 0.0270 

AME 0.0276 

AME 0.0383 

AME 0.0506 

LIL 1.5500 



963 



2826 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 524/76 

40:00 Electrolytic, Caloric and Water Balance 
40:08 Alkalinizing Agents 



Sodium Bicarbonate GOOmg o!c 100 Tab 
Sodium Bicarbonate 300mg otc 1 00 Tab 

40:12 Replacement Agents 

*Potassium Chloride 8mEq LA Tab O 
Potassium Chloride 1 2mEq Eff Tab O 

Potassium Chloride 

25mEq/Pouch Oral Pd O 

*Potassium Chloride 2.66mEq/ml 0/L O 
*Potassium Chloride 1 .33mEq/mI 0/L O 

Potassium Chloride 20mEq/10mI Inj Sol O 

^Potassium Gluconate 5mEq Tab © 
♦Potassium Gluconate 1 .33mEq/ml O/L O 
Sodium Chloride 0.9% (1 0ml) Inj Sol 



40:18 Potassium-Removing Resins 



221619 Sodium 

Bicarbonate 

093068 Sodium 

Bicarbonate 



DTC 1.6000 



DTC 1.5000 



074225 


Slow-K 


CIB 


0.0493 


027596 


Potassium- 
Sandoz 


SAN 


0.0644' 


017760 


K-Lyte/CI 


MJO 


0.1296 


208604 


Kaochlor-20 
Concentrate 


WTE 


0.0119 


018155 
028762 
208590 


K-10 
Kay Ciel 
Kaochlor 


MOM 
COO 

WTE 


0.0053 

0.0079 
0.0095 


036064 


Potassium 
Chloride 


STX 


0.2640 


215503 


Kaon 


WTE 


0.0352 


208701 


Kaon 


WTE 


0.0103 


210293 


Sodium Chloride 


STX 


0.2420 



Polystyrene Sodium Sulfonate 

ImEq/gOral Pd O 

40:28 Diuretics 

Acetazolamide 250mg Tab O 

Acetazolamide 500mg LA Cap O 
Aminophylline 200mg Tab O 
Aminophylline 1 0Omg Tab O 

Aminophylline 500mg Sup 

Aminophylline 250mg Sup 

Aminophyllin" 500mg / 1 0ml Inj Sol 
Aminophylline 250mg/10ml Inj Sol 

CONTINUED 



033197 Kayexalate 



WIN 0.0307 



295019 
014907 

127930 

014931 

092940 
014923 

018228 
001414 

018201 
001406 

029610 

012033 



Acetazolam 
Diamox 

Diamox 

Aminophylline 

Aminophylline 
Aminophylline 

Corophyllin 
Aminophylline 

Corophyllin 
Aminophylline 

Aminophylline 

Aminophylline 



ICN 
LED 

LED 

LED 

DTC 
LED 

MOM 
ANC 

MOM 
ANC 

STX 

GLA 



0.0739 

0.0850 

0.1765 
0.0280 

0.0172 

0.0180 

0.1516 

0.1666 

0.1225 

0.1241 

0.2750 
0.2848 



964 



O. Reg. 524/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2827 



40:00 Electrolytic, Caloric and Water Balance 
40:28 Diuretics 

CONTINUED 



ChlorthaJidone lOOmg Tab O 

Chlorthalidone 50mg Tab O 

Ethacrynic Acid 50mg Tab O 
Furosemide 40mg Tab O 

Furosemide 20mg Tab O 
Furosemide 20mg/2ml Inj Sol 
Hydrochlorothiazide 50mg Tab O 



lydrochlorothiazide 25mg Tab O 



Ifdrochlorothiazide & Spironolactone 

25mg & 25mg Tab O 

lydrochlorothiazide & Triamterene 

25mg & 50mg Tab O 

Mercaptomerin 1250mg/10mllnjSol O 

Methyldopa & Hydrochlorothiazide 

250mg f. 25mg Tab O 

Methyldopa & Hydrochlorothiazide 

250mg & 1 5mg Tab O 

Spironolactone lOOmg Tab O 
Spironolactone 25mg Tab O 

CONTINUED 



293881 


Uridon 


ICN 


0.0572 


010421 


Hygroton 


GEI 


0.0752 


298964 


Uridon 


ICN 


0.0429 


010413 


Hygroton 


GEI 


0.0564 


016497 


Edecrin 


MSD 


0.0932 


332275 


Furoside 


ICN 


0.0716 


344079 


Uritol 


HOR 


0.0860 + 


012580 


Lasix 


HOE 


0.0894 


289590 


Lasix 


HOE 


0.0633 


217743 


Lasix 


HOE 


1.2120 


092703 


Hydrochloro- 








thiazide 


DTC 


0.0093 


209821 


Hydrochloro- 








thiazide 


SAP 


0.0098 


021482 


Novohydrazide 


NOP 


0.0120 


263907 


Urozide 


ICN 


0.0180 


018406 


Hydro-Aquil 


MOM 


0.0194 


280305 


Hydrochloro- 








thiazide 


MPT 


0.0211 


314609 


Hydnd-50 


CPN 


0.0257 


007579 


Hydrozide 


ELL 


0.0288 


016519 


HydroDIURIL 


MSD 


0.0392 


005576 


Esidrix 


CIB 


0.0421 


092681 


Hydrochloro- 








thiazide 


DTC 


0.0097 


021474 


Novohydrazide 


NOP 


0.0105 


263893 


Urozide 


ICN 


0.0143 


018392 


Hydro-Aquil 


MOM 


0.0174 


280291 


Hydrochloro- 








thiazide 


MPT 


0.0185 


007560 


Hydrozide 


ELL 


0.0200 


016500 


HydroDIURIL 


MSD 


0.0278 


005568 


Esidrix 


CIB 


0.0299 


180408 


Aldactazide 


SEA 


0.0842 


181528 


Dyazide 


SKF 


0.0700 


209058 


Thiomerin 


WYE 


3.0500 


140597 


AIdoril-25 


MSD 


0.1001 


140589 


Aldoril-15 


MSD 


0.0911 


285455 


Aldactone 


SEA 


0.2640 


028606 


Aldactone 


SEA 


0.0726 



965 



2828 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 524/76 

40:00 Electrolytic, Caloric and Water Balance 

40:28 Diuretics 

CONTINUED 

Triamterene lOOmg Tab© 027138 Dyrenium SKF 0.0679 

Triamterene 50mg Tab O 299715 Dyrenium SKF 0.0475 

Hypertension - Fixed Combination Drugs 

A fixed combination drug is not indicated for initial therapy c( hypertension Hypertension requires therapy titrated to the individual patient. 
Recogniiing this, it the fixed combination drug meets that titrated dose of its individual components, its use may be more convenient in the 
management of the individual patient. The treatment of hypertension is not static, it must be re-evaluated as conditions in each patient war- 
rant. Adapted from F-O-C Reports, Sep!. 1 1 , 1972. p 8 (FOA Cardiovascular Advisory Committee) 

40:40 Uricosuric Drugs 

Probenecid 500mg Tab O 
Sulfinpyrazone 200mg Tab O 
Sulfinpyrazone 1 0Omg Tab O 



016616 


Benemid 


MSD 


0.0747 


010529 


Anturan 


GEI 


0.1213 


010510 


Anturan 


GEI 


0.0850 



966 



0. Reg. 524/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2829 



48:00 Cough Preparations 



48:04 Aniiiussives 

Codeine Phosphate 60mg Tab 
Codeine Phosphate 30mg Tab 

Codeine Phosphate 1 5mg Tab 

Codeine Phosphate 5mg/ml 0/L 
Codeine Phosphate 30mg/ml Inj Sol 

Dextromethorphan Hydrobromide 

2mg/mlO/L 

Hydrocodone Bitartrate 5mg Tab 
Hydrocodone Bitartrate Img/ml 0/L 

48:08 Expectorants 



003247 


Codeine 


AHA 


0.1075 


093149 


Codeine 


DTC 


0.1110 


003239 


Codeine 


AHA 


0.0540 


093130 


Codeine 


DTC 


0.0555 


018694 


Codeine 


NDA 


0.0726 


003220 


Codeine 


AHA 


0.0311 


018686 


Codeine 


NDA 


0.0402 


093122 


Codeine 


DTC 


0.0405 


093114 


Codeine 


DTC 


0.0141 


018678 


Codeine 


NDA 


0.0181 


029742 


Codeine 


STX 


0.1540 


303879 


Codeine 


AHA 


0.1771 


274283 


Tussorphan 


ICN 


0.0110 


009288 


Hycodan 


END 


0.0330 


009253 


Hycodan 


END 


0.0105 


316970 


Robidone 


ROB 


00151 


307858 


Corutol DH 


DOW 


0.0156 



Acetylcysteine 20% Aero Sol 


017787 


Mucomyst 


MJO 


0.1830 


Glyceryl Guaiacolate (Guaifenesin) 










40mg/mlO/L 


296228 


Corutol 










Expectorant 


DOW 


0.0180 


Glyceryl Guaiacolate (Guaifenesin) 










20mg/mlO/L 


137936 


Motussin 


MOM 


0.0056 




026468 


Robitussin 


ROB 


0.0069 




046809 


Tussanca 


ANC 


0.0076 


lodinated Glycerol 30mg Tab 


006114 


Organidin 


DNV 


0.0265 




354902 


Organidin 


HOR 


0.0265 


lodinated Glycerol 12mg/ml 0/L 


006084 


Organidin 


DNV 


0.0117 




354910 


Organidin 


HOR 


0.0117 



967 



2830 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 524/76 



52:00 Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat^ reparations 
52:04:04 Anti-Infectives (E.E.N.T.) Antibiotics (EENX) 



Bacitracin 500U g Oph Oint 

Chloramphenicol 1% Oph Oint 

Chloramphenicol 0.5% Oph Sol 

Chloramphenicol 0.5% Ot Sol 

Framycelin Sulfate 0.5% Oph Oint 

Framycetin Sulfate 0.5% Oph Sol 

Framycetin Sulfate & Gramicidin & 
Dexamethasone 
5mg & 50mcg & 0.5mg/ml Ot Sol 

Gentamicin Sulfate 0.3% Oph Oint 

Gentamicin Sulfate 0.3% Oph/Ot Sol 

Polymyxin B Sulfate 1 0.OOOU/ml Ot Sol 

Polymyxin B Sulfate & Bacitracin (Zinc) 

10.000U & 5Q0U/g Oph Oint 
Polymyxin B Sulfate & Gramicidin 

1 0.OOOU & 0.025mg/ml Oph/Ot Sol 

Polymyxin B Sulfate & Neomycin Sulfate & 
Bacitracin (Zinc) 

■ 5.000U & 5mg & 400U/g Oph Oint 

Polymyxin B Sulfate & Neomycin Sulfate & 
Gramicidin 

S.OOOU & 2.5mg & 0.025mg Oph/Ot Sol 

Polymyxin B Sulfate & Neomycin Sulfate & 
Hydrocortisone 

10.000U&5mg& lOmg/mlOtSol 



036102 
024066 
221678 
023353 
026964 
026921 



Baciguent 

Chlocomycetjn 

Cttlorcmycetjn 

Chloromycetin 

Soframydn 

Soframycin 



228052 Sofracort 

028339 Garamycin 

241 636 Garamycin 

035327 Aerosporin 

299219 Polysporin 

035343 Polysporin 

243191 Neosporin 

243183 Neosporin 



281816 Pyocidin-HG 
2431 59 Cortisporin 



(JPJ 0-3333 

PCA 0^375 

PDA 03050 

PDA 0.1720 

ROJ 0.2340 

RCU 0.2750 

ROU 0^187 

SCH 0.3575 

SCH 0.4740 

BWE 0.1640 

BWE 0.1950 

BWE 0.1120 

GAL 0.2750 

CAL 0.1550 + 



COO 0.3390 
CAL 0.3914 



52:04:08 Anti-lnfeciives (E.E.N.T.) Sulfonamides 
(E.ENT.) 



Sulfacetamide (Sodium) 10% Oph Oint 
Sulfacetamide (Sodium) 30% Oph Sol 
Sulfacetamide (Sodium) 10% Oph Sol 
Suifisoxazole Diethanoiamine 4% Oph Sol 



028347 Sulamyd 

028061 Sulamyd 

028053 Sulamyd 

1 1 5460 Gantrisin 



SCH 0.4675 

SCH 0.1293 

SCH 0.1046 

MLR 0.1140 



52:04:12 Anli-lnfectives (E.E.N.T.) Other Anti-Infectives 
(E.ENT.) 



Acetic Acid 2% in Aluminum Acetate 

OtSoI 



216771 DomeboroOtic D0I\4 0.0361 



CONTINUED 



968 



O. Reg. 524/76 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 2831 

52:00 Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Preparations 

52:04:12 Anli-lnfectives (E.E.N.T.) Other Anti-lnfectives 
(E.E.N.T.) 

CONTINUED 

Idoxuridine 0.5% Oph Oint 027200 Stoxil 

Idoxuridine0.1%OphSoI 027014 Stoxil 



SKF 
SKF 



1.1575 
0.2213 



52:08 Anti-Inflammatory Agents (E.E.N.T.) 



Colistin Base & Nsomycin Base & 
Hydrocortisone Acetate 
3mg & 3.3mg & 1 0mg/ml Ot Susp 

Dexamethasone 0.1 % Oph/Ot Sol 

Flumethasone Pivalale & 
lodochlorhydroxyquin 

0.02% & 1 % Ot Sol 

Hydrocortisone & Atropine Sulfate 

2.5% & 1% Oph Oint 

Methylprednisolone 0.1 % Oph Oint 
Methylprednisolone 0.1 % Oph/Ot Sol 
Triamcinolone Acetonide 0.1 % Oph Oint 

52:16 Local Anesthetics 

LIdocaine HCI 2% 0/L 



203378 Coly-Mycin Otic WCH 0.5300 
016217 Decadron MSD 0.4920 



074454 Locacorten- 
Vioform 



GIB 0.3670 



062251 HC-Atropine1% AHA 1.3166 

358711 Medrol UPJ 0.4166 + 

030791 Medrol UPJ 0.3900 

029521 Kenalog SOU 0.3400 



001 686 Xylocaine 
Viscous 



AST 0.0369 



52:20 Miotics 

Carbachol 3% Oph Sol O 
Carbachol 1 .5% Oph Sol © 
Carbachol 0.75% Oph Sol O 
Echothlophate Iodide 0.25% Oph Sol O 
Echothiophate Iodide 0.125% Oph Sol O 
Echothlophate Iodide 0.06% Oph Sol O 
Echothiophate Iodide 0.03% Oph Sol O 

CONTINUED 



000663 


Isopto 
Carbachol 


ALC 


0.1613 


000655 


Isopto 
Carbachol 


ALC 


0.1466 


000647 


Isopto 
Carbachol 


ALC 


0.1286 


002348 


Phospholine 
Iodide 


AYE 


0.6800 


002313 


Phospholine 
Iodide 


AYE 


0.5900 


052817 


Phospholine 
Iodide 


AYE 


0.5000 


283304 


Phospholine 
Iodide 


AYE 


0.5000 



969 



2832 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 524/76 



52:00 Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Preparations 
52:20 Miotics 

CONTINUED 



Pilocarpine HCI 6% Oph Sol O 
Pilocarpine HCI 4% Oph Sol O 
Pilocarpine HCI 3% Oph Sol O 
Pilocarpine HCI 2% Oph Sol O 
Pilocarpine HC1 1 % Oph Sol O 
Pilocarpine HCI 0.5% Oph Sol 

Pilocarpine HCI & Epinephrine 

6% & 1 % Oph Sol O 

Pilocarpine HCI & Epinephrine 

6% & 0.5% Oph So! O 

Pilocarpine HCI & Epinephrine 

4% & 1 % Oph Sol O 

Pilocarpine HCI & Epinephrine 

4% & 0.5% Oph Sol O 

Pilocarpine HCI & Epinephrine 

3% & 1 % Oph Sol O 

Pilocarpine HCI & Epinephrine 

3% & 0.5% Oph Sol O 

Pilocarpine HCI & Epinephrine 

2% & 1 % Oph Sol O 

Pilocarpine HCI & Epinephrine 

2% & 0.5% Oph Sol O 

Pilocarpine HCI & Epinephrine 

1 % & 1 % Oph Sol O 

Pilocarpine HCI & Epinephrine 

1%& 0.5% Oph Sol© 





000892 
281 786 


Isopto Carpine 
Miocarpine 


ALC 
COO 


0.1393 

0.1540 




000884 
281778 


Isopto Carpine 
Miocarpine 


ALC 
COO 


0.1100 

0.1213 




000876 
265128 


Isopto Carpine 
Miocarpine 


ALC 
COO 


0.1100 

0.1213 




000868 
265101 


Isopto Carpine 
Miocarpine 


ALC 
COO 


0.0920 

0.1013 




000841 
265098 


Isopto Carpine 
Miocarpine 


ALC 
COO 


0.0920 

0.0980 


) 


281751 
000833 


Miocarpine 
Isopto Carpine 


COO 
ALC 


0.0886 

0.0920 


Equivalent 


281859 


E-Pilo 6 


COO 


0.3820 


Equivalent 


247324 


E-Carpine 


ALC 


0.3120 


Equivalent 


281700 


E-Pilo 4 


COO 


0.3520 


Equivalent 


247316 


E-Carpine 


ALC 


0.2900 


Equivalent 


281697 


E-Pilo 3 


COO 


0.3470 


Equivalent 


247308 


E-Carpjne 


ALC 


0.2680 


Equivalent 


281689 


E-Pilo 2 


COO 


0.3190 


Equivalent 


247294 


E-Carpine 


ALC 


0.2460 


Equivalent 


281670 


E-Pilo 1 


COO 


0.3180 


Equivalent 


247286 


E-Carplne 


ALC 


0.2200 



52:24 Mydriatics 

Atropine Sulfate 2% Oph Sol O 
Atropine Sulfate 1 % Oph Sol O 

Epinephrine Bitartrate 2% Oph Sol 

Epinephrine HCI 2% Oph Sol O 
Epinephrine HC1 1 % Oph Sol O 

CONTINUED 



281638 


SMP Atropine 


COO 


0.3300 


035017 
281603 


Isopto Atropine 
SMP Atropine 


ALC 
COO 


0.2980 

0.3080 


002356 
000701 


Epitrate 
Lyophrin 


AYE 
ALC 


0.2762 

0.5500 


358223 


Glaucon 


ALC 


0.3140 


358231 


Glaucon 


ALC 


0.2750 



970 



O. Reg. 524/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



52:00 Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Preparations 
52:24 Mydriatics 



CONTINUED 



Hyoscine HBr 0.25% Oph Sol 
Phenylephrine HCI 12% Oph Sol O 



52:32 Vasoconstrictors (E.E.N.T.) 

Naphazoline HCI 0.1 % otc 1 5ml Oph Sol 
♦Phenylephrine HCI 0.5% otc 30ml Nas Sol 
Phenylephrine HC1 1 % otc 30ml Nas Sol 
Xylometazollne HCI 0.1 % otc 30ml Nas Sol 

Xylometazoline HCI 

0.05% otc 30ml Nas Sol 



005355 Otrivin 



2833 



000957 Isopto Hyoscine ALC 0.0953 
033502 Neo-Synephrine WIN 0.0766 



267333 


Vasocon 


COO 


3.1000 


033472 


Neo-Synephrine 


WIN 


2.0000 


033480 


Neo-Synephrine 


WIN 


2.1000 


005363 


Otrivin 


CIB 


1.5000 



GIB 1.2500 



52:36 Other Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Agents 

Acetazolamide 250mg Tab O 

Acetazolamide 500mg LA Cap O 

Dichlorphenamide 50mg Tab O 

Methylcellulose 1 % Oph Sol O 

Methylcellulose 0.5% Oph Sol 

Sodium Carboxymethylcellutose & Gelatin 
& Pectin 

1 6.6% & 1 6.6% & 1 6.6% Oral Top Oint O 



295019 


Acetazolam 


ICN 


0.0739 


014907 


Diamox 


LED 


0.0850 


127930 


Diamox 


LED 


0.1765 


016489 


Daranide 


MSO 


0.0856 


000817 


Isopto Tears 


ALC 


0.1140 


000809 


Isopto Tears 


ALC 


0.0953 


990272 


Orabase 


SOU 


0.1087 



971 



2834 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

58:00 Gastrointestinal Drugs 



O. Reg. 524/76 



56:04 Antacids and Adsorbents 



Aluminum Hydroxide 600mg Tab O 

♦Aluminum Hydroxide 60mg/ml 0/L O 

Aluminum Hydroxide & Magnesium 
Hydroxide 400mg & 400mg Tab O 

Aluminum Hydroxide & Magnesium 
Hydroxide 320mg & 75nng Tab O 

Aluminum Hydroxide & Magnesium 
Hydroxide 64mg & 1 5mg/ml 0/L O 

♦Aluminum Hydroxide & Magnesium 
Hydroxide 40mg & 40mg/ml O/L O 

Magaldrate 400mg Chew Tab O 

Magaldrate 80mg/ml O/L O 

Magnesium Hydroxide 300mg otc 100 Tab 

♦Magnesium Hydroxide 

SOmg/ml otc 455ml 0/L 

Magnesium Trisilicate & Aluminum 
Hydroxide SOOmg & 250mg Tab O 

♦Magnesium Trisilicate & Aluminum 
Hydroxide 128mg & 66mg/ml 0/L © 

Note 

Antacids may be prescribed for a specific therapeutic purpose; such products intended for general household use are not eligible as a 
benefit. 



208965 
313297 

034002 

026549 

033677 

033561 

013625 
026530 

002550 

002453 

093815 

093807 

031224 

031186 



Amphojel 
Alu-Tab 

Amphojel 

Maalox 

Creamalin 

Creamalin 

Univol 
Maalox 

Riopan 

Riopan 

Milk of Magnesia 

Milk of Magnesia 

Gelusil 

Gelusil 



WYE 
RIK 

WYE 

ROR 

WIN 

WIN 

NOR 
ROR 

AYE 

AYE 

DTC 

DTC 

WCH 

WCH 



0.0252 

0.0308 

0.0039 
0.0257 
0.0182 
0.0039 

0.0045 

0.0049 

0.0201 
0.0040 
1.3000 

1.4500 

0.0243 

0.0050 



56:08 Antidiarrhea Agents 

Camphorated Tincture of Opium 
(Paregoric) 0/L 

Diphenoxylate HCI & Atropine Sulfate 

2.5mg & 0.025mg Tab 

Diphenoxylate HCI & Atropine Sulfate 

0.5mg & 0.005mg/ml 0/L 

Kaolin & Pectin & Paregoric Mixture 0/L 
♦Kaolin & Pectin Compound 0/L O 

56:12 Cathartics 

♦Bisacodyl 5mg otc 30 Ent Tab 
♦Bisacodyl lOmg otc 6 Sup 

CONTINUED 



095680 Camphor Co. 
Tine 

036323 Lomotil 

229458 Lomotil 

990280 Extemporan- 
eous 
030864 Kaopectate 



254142 Dulcolax 
003875 Dulcolax 



DTC 0.0098 

SEA 0.0627 

SEA 0.0321 

0.0070 
UPJ 0.0038 



BOE 2.6500] 
BOE 2.75001 



972 



0. Reg. 524/76 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

56:00 Gastrointestinal Drugs 



2835 



56:12 Cathartics 



CONTINUED 

Bisacodyl 5mg o!c 3 Sup 
Bisacodyi 2mg/ml otc 5ml Enema 
Bisacodyl 2mg/ml otc 2x5ml Rect Sol 
Cascara Sagrada 300mg otc 100 Tab 

«Cascara Sagrada otc 1 1 5ml 0/L 
Castor on otc 85ml 0/L 
Castor Oil otc 1 1 5ml Emuls 
Danthron 75mg otc 100 Tab 
Danthron 7.5mg/ml otc 1 14ml 0/L 

Dioctyl Calcium Sulfosuccinate 

240mg otc 1 00 Cap 

Dioctyl Calcium Sulfosuccinate 

50mg otc 1 00 Cap 

^Dioctyl Sodium Sulfosuccinate 

100mgotc60Cap 

Dioctyl Sodium Sulfosuccinate 

lOmg/ml otc 30ml 0/L 

Dioctyl Sodium Sulfosuccinate 

4mg/ml otc 230ml 0/L 

^Glycerin 2.7g otc 24 Sup 
Glycerin 1 .8g otc 24 Sup 
Magnesium Hydroxide 300mg otc 100 Tab 

^Magnesium Hydroxide 

80mg/ml otc 455ml 0/L 

•Mineral Oil otc 455ml 0/L 

Mineral Oil otc 1 30ml Enema 
^Psyllium Muciiloid otc 340g Oral Pd 

Senna Concentrate 1 87mg otc 100 Tab 

Senna Concentrate 

109mg/g otc 200g Gran 

*Senna Concentrate 

0.4ml/ml otc 230ml 0/L 

Senna Concentrate 652mg otc 6 Sup 
'Sennosides A & B 1 2mg otc 1 00 Tab 

Sodium Biphosphate & Sodium Phosphate 

1 60mg & 60mg/ml otc 1 30ml Rect Sol 



003867 


Dulcolax 


BOE 


1.2500 


286265 


Dulcolax 


BOE 


1-2500 


067369 


Dulcolax 


BOE 


1.2500 


023620 


Cascara 








Sagrada 


PDA 


3.1500 


022934 


Cas-Evac 


PDA 


4.2000 


094080 


Castor Oil 


DTC 


1.2500 


127922 


Neoloid 


LED 


1.6000 


026352 


Dorbane 


RIK 


5.6000 + 


323810 


Modane 


WTE 


3.9500 + 


012491 


Surfak 


HOE 


10.2500 


012483 


Surfak 


HOE 


5.8500 


017701 


Colace 


MJO 


5.9500 


017795 


Colace 


MJO 


2.8500 



017876 Colace MJO 3.7500 

990485 Glycerin PDA 1.7000 

222801 Glycerin PDA 1.7000 

093815 Milk of Magnesia DTC 1.3000 

093807 Milk of Magnesia DTC 1.4500 



093947 Mineral Oil 

107875 Fleet 

257559 Hydrocil 

242438 Metamucil 

026158 Senokot 

026042 Senokot 

026115 Senokot 

026107 Senokot 

027502 Glysennid 

00991 1 Fleet 



DTC 1.5500 

FRS 1.5500 

ICN 3.5500 

SEA 4.6000 

PFR 4.8000 

PFR 5.1500 

PFR 4.9000 

PFR 2.3000 

SAN 4.5500 

FRS 1.4000 



CONTINUED 



973 



2836 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



56:00 Gastrointestinal Drugs 



O. Reg. 524/76 



56:12 Cathartics 



CONTINUED 



Sodium Biphosphate & Sodium Phosphate 

1 60mg & 60mg / ml otc 65ml Ped Rect Sol 108065 Fleet 



FRS 1.2500 



Cathartics may be prescribed for a specific therapeutic purpose, such products intended for general ho»isehoId use are not eligible as a 
benefit. 



56:16 Digestants 

Aprotinin 100,000KIU/10ml Inj Sol 
Glutamic Acid HCI 340mg Cap © 
Pancreatin 1 g Ent Tab O 
Pancreatin 325mg Tab © 
Pancreatin Oral Pd © 
Pancreiipase 300mg Cap © 



286249 


Trasylol 


BOE 


8.0360 


015210 


Acidulin 


UL 


0.0382 


023787 


Panteric 


PDA 


0.0399 


328472 


VIokase 


ROB 


0.0413 


328480 


Viokase 


ROB 


0.0880 


263818 


Cotazym 


ORG 


0.0778 



56:22 Antiemetics and Antinauseants 

Cyclizine HCI 50mg Tab © 
'Dimenhydrinate 50mg Tab © 



*Dimenhydrinate 3mg/ml 0/L 
^Dimenhydrinate lOOmg Sup 

•Dimenhydrinate 50mg Sup 

Dimenhydrinate 250mg/5ml Inj Sol 

Dimenhydrinate 50mg/5ml Inj Sol 
Meclizine HCI 25mg Tab 



318795 


Marzine 


CAL 


0.0342 


272671 


Travamine 


ICN 


0.0119 


021423 


Novodimenate 


NOP 


0.0125 


028487 


Dramamine 


SEA 


0.0358 


013803 


Gravol 


HOR 


0.0600 


230197 


Gravol 


HOR 


0.0141 


028479 


Dramamine 


SEA 


0.1155 


013609 


Gravol 


HOR 


0.1740 


028460 


Dramamine 


SEA 


0.1100 


013595 


Gravol 


HOR 


0.1650 


028452 


Dramamine 


SEA 


1.0290 


013579 


Gravol 


HOR 


1.4333 


013560 


Gravol 


HOR 


0.5400 


220442 


Bonamine 


PR 


0.0342 



974 



0. Reg. 524/76 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 2837 

60:00 Gold Compounds 

Sodium Aurothiomalate lOOmg/ml Inj Sol O 
Sodium Aurothiomalate 50mg/ml Inj So! O 
Sodium Aurothiomalate 25mg/ml Inj Sol O 
Sodium Aurothiomalate lOmg/ml Inj Sol O 



025097 


Myochrysine 


POU 


2.8290 


025089 


Myochrysine 


POU 


1.5370 


025070 


Myochrysine 


POU 


0.9860 


025062 


Myochrysine 


POU 


0.8140 



975 



2838 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



64:00 Heavy Metal Antagonists 



O. Reg. 524/76 



Calcium Disodium Edetate 500mg Tab 



Calcium Disodium Edetate 

lOOOmg/SmllnjSol 



026360 Calcium 
Disodium 
Versenate 

026239 Calcium 
Disodium 
Versenate 



RIK 0.0484 



RIK 2.2000 



976 



O. Reg. 524/76 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 2839 

68:00 Hormones and Substitutes 

68:04 Corticosteroids 

Betamethasone O.Smg Tab 

Betamethasone Acetate & Betamethasone 
Disodium Phosphate 
3mg & 3mg/ml Inj Susp 

Betamethasone Disodium Phosphate 

5mg/100m! Enema 

Cortisone Acetate 25mg Tab 

Cortisone Acetate 5mg Tab 
Dexamethasone 0.75mg Tab 

I 
Dexamethasone 0.5mg Tab 



028185 


Celestone 


SCH 


0.0789 


012211 


Betnelan 


GLA 


0.0847 


028096 


Celestone 








Soluspan 


SCH 


2.1500 


012181 


Betnesol 


GLA 


2.0357 


280437 


Cortisone 


ICN 


0.0677 


249963 


Cortisone 


UPJ 


0.0795 


016446 


Cortone 


MSD 


0.1730 


016438 


Cortone 


MSD 


0.0424 


285471 


Dexasone 


ICN 


0.0880 


022519 


Hexadrol 


ORG 


0.1192 


016470 


Decadron 


MSD 


0.1521 


295094 


Dexasone 


ICN 


0.0660 


022500 


Hexadrd 


ORG 


0.0825 


016462 


Decadron 


MSD 


0.1225 



Dexamethasone Tertiary-Butylacelate 

4mg/ml Inj Susp 

Dexamethasone 21 -Phosphate 

20mg/5ml Inj Sol 

Fludrocortisone Acetate 0.1 mg Tab 
Hydrocortisone 20mg Tab 

Hydrocortisone Acetate 

250mg/5m! Inj Susp 

Hydrocortisone Acetate 

125mg/5ml Inj Susp 

Hydrocortisone Sodium Succinate 

lOOOmg Inj Pd 

Hydrocortisone Sodium Succinate 

500mg Inj Pd 

Hydrocortisone Sodium Succinate 

250mg Inj Pd 

Hydrocortisone Sodium Succinate 

lOOmglnjPd 

Methyiprednisolone 4mg Tab 



016268 Decadron T.B.A. MSD 0.9800 



213624 


Decadron 


MSD 


6.6000 


269026 


Hexadrd 


ORG 


7.6800 


029351 


Florinef 


SOU 


0.0320 


030929 


Cortef 


UPJ 


0.0895 


016527 


Hydrocortone 


MSD 


0.2019 


030821 


Cortef 


UPJ 


4.5800 


016276 


Hydrocortone 


MSD 


2.8900 


338680 


S-Cortilean 


HRS 


7.0500 


030635 


Solu-Cortef 


UPJ 


7.6000 


338672 


S-Cortilean 


HRS 


4.6000 


030627 


Solu-Cortef 


UPJ 


4.9000 


338664 


S-Cortilean 


HRS 


3.0000 


030619 


Solu-Cortef 


UPJ 


3.2000 


338656 


S-Cortilean 


HRS 


1.7500 


030600 


Solu-Cortef 


UPJ 


1.8500 


030988 


Medrol 


UPJ 


0.1650 



CONTINUEO 



977 



2840 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

68:00 Hormones and Substitutes 
68:04 Corticosteroids 

CONTINUED 

Methylprednisolone Acetate 

80mg/ml Inj Susp 

Methylprednisoione Acetate 

40mg/ml Inj Susp 

Methylprednisoione Acetate 

20rng/ml Inj Susp 

Methylprednisoione Sodium Succinate 

500mg Inj Pd 

Methylprednisoione Sodium Succinate 

1 25mg Inj Pd 

Methylprednisoione Sodium Succinate 

40mg Inj Pd 

Prednisolone Acetate 1 25mg/5m! Inj Susp 
Prednisolone Hemisuccinate 50mg Inj Pd 
Prednisone 50mg Tab 

Prednisone 5mg Tab 



O. Reg. 524/76 



Triamcinolone 4mg Tab 



030767 


Depo-Medrol 


UPJ 


4.5000 


030759 


Depo-Medrol 


UPJ 


2.6200 


030740 


Depo-Medrol 


UPJ 


1.5000 


030678 


Solu-Medrol 


UPJ 


14.9000 


030651 


Solu-Medrol 


UPJ 


5.9000 


030643 


Solu-Medrol 


UPJ 


2.5000 


028118 


Meticortelone 


SCH 


4.8400 


027952 


Meticortelone 


SCH 


3.5800 


252417 
280852 


Deltasone 
Prednisone 


UPJ 
AHA 


0.0760 + 

0.1330 + 


210188 
021695 
093629 
003603 
007668 
023833 
010197 


Deltasone 

Novoprednisone 

Prednisone 

Prednisone 

Prednisone 

Paracort 

Colisone 


UPJ 

NOP 

DTC 

AHA 

ELL 

PDA 

FRS 


0.0120 

0.0125 
0.0170 
0.0202 
0.0210 
0.0220 
0.0298 


015024 
029475 


Arlstocort 
Kenacort 


LED 
SOU 


0.2055 

0.2160 



68:08 Androgens 

Calusterone 50mg Tab O 
Fluoxymesterone 5mg Tab <D 

Methandrostenolone 5nng Tab O 
Methyltestosterone 25mg Tab 
Methyltestosterone 1 0mg Tab 

Nandrolone Phenpropionate 

125nrig/5ml Oily Inj Sol © 

Nandrolone Phenpropionate 

100mg/2ml Oily Inj Sol O 

Norethandrolone 1 0mg Tab 
Oxymetholone 50mg Tab 
Oxymetholone 5mg Tab 

CONTINUED 



293008 


Methosarb 


UPJ 


0.2350 


012572 


Oratestin 


HOE 


0.1042 


030902 


Halotestin 


UPJ 


0.1090 


005592 


Danabol 


CIB 


0.0990 


005630 


Metandren 


CIB 


0.1924 


005622 


Metandren 


CIB 


0.0767 


022470 


Durabolin 


ORG 


10.3400 


022489 


Durabolin 


ORG 


8.3200 


028576 


Nilevar 


SEA 


0.2926 


189421 


Anapolon-50 


SYN 


0.5940 


023779 


Adroyd 


PDA 


0.1133 



978 



O. Reg. 524/76 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

68:00 Hormones and Substitutes 



2841 



I 



68:08 Androgens 

CONTINUED 

Stanozolol 2mg Tab O 

Testosterone Cypionate 

500mg/10ml Oily Inj Sol © 

Testosterone Cypionate 

lOOmg/ml Oily Inj Sol© 

Testosterone Enanthate 

1000mg/5ml Oily Inj Sol © 

68:16 Estrogens 

Ctilorotrianisene 25mg Cap © 
Chlorotrianisene 1 2mg Cap © 
Conjugated Estrogens 2.5nng Tab © 

Conjugated Estrogens 1 .25mg Tab © 

Conjugated Estrogens 0.625mg Tab © 

Conjugated Estrogens 0.3mg Tab © 

Conjugated Estrogens 

0.625mg/gVagCrO 

Dienestrol O.lmg/g Vag Cr © 
Dienestrol O.lmg/g Vag Cr-App © 
Esterif ied Estrogens 1 .25mg Tab © 

Esterified Estrogens 0.625mg Tab © 

Ethinyl Estradiol 0.5mg Tab © 
Ethinyl Estradiol O.OSmg Tab © 
Ethinyl Estradiol 0.02mg Tab © 
Methatlenestril 20mg Tab © 
Methallenestril 3mg Tab © 
Polyestradiol Phosphate 40mg Inj Pd 
Stilboestrol 25mg Tab © 
Stilboestrol 5mg Tab © 
Stilboestrol 1 mg Tab © 
Stilboestrol 0.5mg Tab © 

CONTINUED 



033812 Winstrol 

030775 Depo- 

Testosterone 

030783 Depo- 

Testosterone 

029246 Delatestryl 



WIN 0.0575 

UPJ 6.9000 

UPJ 2.0000 

SOU 7.2000 



017973 


Tace 


MER 


0.1851 


017965 


Tace 


MER 


0.0890 


002593 


Premarin 


AYE 


0.1400 


25261 1 


Oestrilin 


DES 


0.1672 


002585 


Premarin 


AYE 


0.0770 


006297 


Oestrilin 


DES 


0.0770 


002577 


Premarin 


AYE 


0.0440 


006289 


Oestrilin 


DES 


0.0468 


002569 


Premarin 


AYE 


0.0275 


252603 


Oestrilin 


DES 


0.0303 


002089 


Premarin 


AYE 


0.0755 


022578 


Dienestrol 


ORT 


0.0353 


990531 


Dienestrol 


ORT 


0.0397 


245224 


Menotrol 


SOU 


0.0500 


242993 


Climestrone 


FRS 


0.0595 


245232 


Menotrol 


SOU 


0.0300 


242985 


Climestrone 


FRS 


0.0335 


028231 


Estinyl 


SCH 


0.0743 


028223 


Estinyl 


SCH 


0.0341 


028215 


Estinyl 


SCH 


0.0209 


028541 


Vallestril 


SEA 


0.1684 


028533 


Vallestrii 


SEA 


0.0337 


002275 


Estradurin 


AYE 


3.2400 4- 


003387 


Stilboestrol 


AHA 


0.0883 


003379 


Stilboestrol 


AHA 


0.0271 


003360 


Stilboestrol 


AHA 


0.0213 


003352 


Stilboestrol 


AHA 


0.0187 



979 



2842 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

68:00 Hormones and Substitutes 



68:16 Estrogens 

CONTINUED 

Stilboestrol 0.25mg Tab © 
Stilboestrol 0.1 mg Tab CD 

Stilboeslroi Sodium Diphosphate 

1 0Omg Tab O 

Stilboestrol Sodium Diphosphate 

250mg/5ml Inj Sol O 



O. Reg. 524/76 



003344 Stilboestrol 

003336 Stilboestrol 

013781 Honvol 

013587 Honvol 



AHA 0.0166 

AHA 0.0145 

HOR 0.3560 

NOR 2.5000 



68:20 Insulins and Diabetic Agents 



Acetohexamide 500mg Tab O 
Chlorpropamide 250mg Tab O 



Chlorpropamide lOOmg Tab O 
Glyburide 5mg Tab O 

Insulin (Isophane) Beef 

1 0OOU/ 1 0ml otc Inj Susp 

Insulin (Isophane) Beef & Pork 

lOOOU/IOml otc Inj Susp 

Insulin (Isophane) Pork 

1 0OOU/ 1 0ml otc Inj Susp 
Insulin (Lente) lOOOU/IOml otc Inj Susp 

Insulin (Protamine Zinc) Beef 

1 0OOU/ 1 0ml otc Inj Susp 

Insulin (Protamine Zinc) Beef & Pork 

1 0OOU/ 1 0ml otc Inj Susp 

Insulin (Protamine Zinc) Pork 

1 0OOU/ 1 0ml otc Inj Susp 

Insulin (Semilente) 

lOOOU/IOml otc Inj Susp 

Insulin (Sulfated) lOOOU/IOml otc Inj Susp 



015598 


Dimelor 


LIL 


0.0750 


312711 

271330 
021350 
013730 
012564 
024716 


Apo- 

Chlorpropamide 

Chloromide 

Novopropamide 

Stabinol 

Chloronase 

Diabinese 


APX 

ICN 

NOP 

HOR 

HOE 

PR 


0.0259 

0.0319 
0.0340 
0.0560 
0.0592 
0.0622 


024708 
012556 


Diabinese 
Chloronase 


PFI 

HOE 


0.0275 

0.0284 


244449 
012599 


Eugiucon 
Diabeta 


ROU 
HOE 


0.0725 

0.0763 


990574 


NPH Insulin 


CNG 


4.7500 


274127 


NPH Insulin 


CNG 


4.3000 


990582 


NPH Insulin 


CNG 


5.4000 


275409 


Lente Insulin 


CNG 


4.6000 


990590 


Protamine Zinc 
Insulin 


CNG 


4.7500 


274119 


Protamine Zinc 
Insulin 


CNG 


4.300a 


990604 


Protamine Zinc 
Insulin 


CNG 


5.4000 


275417 


Semilente 
Insulin 


CNG 


4.600a 


006009 


Sulfated Insulin 


CNG 


13.55od 



CONTINUED 



980 



O. Reg. 524/76 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

68:00 Hormones and Substitutes 



2843 



68:20 Insulins and Diabetic Agents 



CONTINUED 

Insulin (Ultralente) 

lOOOU/IOml otc Inj Susp 
Insulin (Zinc Crystalline) Beef 

lOOOU/IOmlotclnjSol 

Insulin (Zinc Crystalline) Pork 

lOOOU/IOmlotclnjSol 

Phenformin HCI 25mg Tab O 
Phenformin HCI 50mg LA Cap O 
Tolbutamide 500mg Tab © 



275425 Ultralente Insulin CNG 4.6000 



005894 


Insulin-Toronto 


CNG 


3.5000 


990566 


Insulin-Toronto 


CNG 


5.4000 


001651 


DBI 


AFU 


0.0601 


041912 


DBI-TD 


AFU 


0.1138 


209872 


Tolbutamide 


SAP 


0.0104 


312762 


Apo- 








Tolbutamide 


APX 


0.0105 


093033 


Tolbutamide 


DTC 


0.0118 


021849 


Novobutamide 


NOP 


0.0125 


237000 


Oramide 


ICN 


0.0127 


017167 


Tolbutone 


MAN 


0.0132 


314730 


Mellitol 


CPN 


0.0382 


012602 


Orinase 


HOE 


0.0490 


013889 


Mobenol 


HOR 


0.0650 



68:24 Parathyroid Agents 

Calcium Carbonate & Calcium 
Gluconolactate 1 .5g & 3.08g Eff Tab O 

Calcium Carbonate & Calcium 
Gluconolactate 3g & 2.94g Eff Tab © 

Calcium Gluconate 600mg otc 1 00 Tab 



Calcium Gluconate 1 0OOmg/ 1 0mi Inj Sol 

Calcium Gluconogalactogluconate 

200mg/mlO/L© 

Calcium Lactate 600mg otc 1 00 Tab 

Dihydrotachysterol 0.125mg Cap © 
Dihydrotachysterol 0.25mg/m! 0/L © 

68:28 Pituitary Agents 

Corticotropin 40IU Inj Pd 
Corticotropin 25IU Inj Pd 

CONTINUED 



259497 Gramcal 



SAN 0.1760 



027588 Calciunr>-Sandoz 

Forte SAN 0.1276 

094773 Calcium 

Gluconate DTC 2.4000 

023574 Calcium 

Gluconate PDA 2.6000 

027219 Calcium-Sandoz SAN 0.4300 



027383 Calcium-Sandoz 

094765 Calcium Lactate 

023590 Calcium Lactate 

033057 Hytakerol 

033553 Hytakerol 



023000 ACTH 
022993 ACTH 



SAN 0.0083 

DTC 2.4000 

PDA 2.5000 

WIN 0.1630 

WIN 0.3400 



PDA 
PDA 



2.5800 
2.2500 



981 



2844 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



68:00 Hormones and Substitutes 



68:28 Pituitary Agents 



CONTINUED 



Cosyntropin Zinc Hydroxide 

Img/ml InjSusp 



330612 Synacthen 
Depot 



O. Reg. 524/76 



CIB 5.3500 



68:32 Progestogens and Oral Contraceptives 



Ethinyl Estradiol & Ethynodiol Diacetate 

0.05mg& 1mg21 Tab© 

Not Interchangsabla 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Ethynodiol Diacetate 

0.05mg& 1mg28TabO 

Not Interchengsable 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Ethynodiol Diacetate 

O.OSmg & 0.5mg 21 Tab O 

Not Interchangeable 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Ethynodiol Diacetate 

O.OSmg & 0.5mg 28 Tab O 

Not Interchangaabis 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Norethindrone Acetate 

0.3mg& 1.5mg21 Tab© 

Not Interchangiable 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Norethindrone Acetate 

O.OSmg & 2.5mg 21 Tab © 

Not Interchargeabie 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Norethindrone Acetate 

O.OSmg & 2.5mg 28 Tab © 

Not Interchangeable 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Norethindrone Acetate 

O.OSmg & 1mg21 Tab© 

Not Interchangeable 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Norethindrone Acetate 

O.OSmg & 1mg28TabO 

Not Interchangeable 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Norethindrone Acetate 

0.02mg& 1mg21 Tab© 

Not Interchangeable 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Norethindrone Acetate 

0.02mg& 1mg28Tab© 

Not Interchangeable 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Norgestrel 

O.OSmg & 0.25mg 21 Tab © 

Not Interchangeable 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Norgestrel 

O.OSmg & 0.2Smg 28 Tab © 

Not Interchangeable 



028630 DemulenSOmcg SEA 2.0360 



343536 DemulenSOmcg SEA 2.1460 



280089 AnoryoI-21 



34901 1 Anoryol-28 



DES 2.2000 



DES 2.4200 



297143 Loestrin1.S/30 PDA 2.0300 
296090 Logest1.S/30 LED 2.1500 

02401 S Norlestrin2.5 PDA 1.9200 



340804 Norlestrin 2.5 PDA 1.9200 



024007 Norlestrin 1 PDA 1.7800 

296740 Logestl/50 LED 1.8500 



340790 Norlestrin 1 



PDA 



315966 Minestrin 1 /20 PDA 



343838 Minestrin 1 /20 PDA 



034207 Ovral 



340766 Ovral 



WYE 



WYE 



CONTINUED 



982 



O. Reg. 524/76 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

68:00 Hormones and Substitutes 

68:32 Progestogens and Oral Contraceptives 

CONTINUED 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Norgestrei 

0.03mg & 0.15mg 21 Tab O 

Not rmerchangeabie 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Norgestrei 

0.03mg & 0.1 5mg 28 Tab O 

Not IntefchangaaVa 

Hydroxyprogesterone Caproate 

250mg/2ml Oily Inj Sol 

No* Interchangeable 

Medrogestone 5rng Tab O 

Not Interchangeabia 

Medroxyprogesterone Acetate 

lOOmgTabO 

Not Interctiangsabla 

Medroxyprogesterone Acetate 5mg Tab O 

Not Interchangeable 

Medroxyprogesterone Acetate 

400mg/4mllnjSuspO 

Not IntSfchangeable 

Medroxyprogesterone Acetate 

oumy/mi inj Subp ^" 

Mestranol & Ethynodiol Diacetate 

0.1 mg& 1mg21 Tab© 

Mestranol & Ethynodiol Diacetate 

0.1mg& 1mg28TabO 

Not lnterchar>geabte 

Mestranol & Ethynodiol Diacetate 

0.1mg&0.5mg21 Tab© 

Not Interchangeable 

Mestranol & Ethynodiol Diacetate 

0.1mg&0.5mg28Tab© 

Not Interchangeable 

Mestranol & Lynestrenol 

2.5mg & 0.075mg 22 Tab © 

Not interchangeable 

Mestranol & Norethindrone 

0.1mg&2mg21 Tab© 

Nat Intercharigeable 

Mestranol & Norethindrone 

0.1mg&2mg28Tab© 

Not Interchangeable 

Mestranol & Norethindrone 

0.1mg&0.5mg21 Tab© 

Not Interchangeable 



2845 



300640 


Min-Ovral 


WYE 


2.0500 


342815 


Min-Ovra! 


WYE 


2.1000 


029211 


Delalutin 


SOU 


3.6000 


037117 


Colprone 


AYE 


0.0720 


030945 


Provera 


UPJ 


0.6000 


030937 


Pfovera 


UPJ 


0.1027 


030856 


D€fx>-Provera 


UPJ 


13.2600 + 


xjoCicA'B ' 


B&po-riOvera' 


OFT- 


Z:^CU9 


028703 


Ovulen 1 


SEA 


2.0360 


340774 


Ovulen 1 


SEA 


2.1460 


028581 


Ovulen 0.5 


SEA 


1.9040 


341533 


Ovulen 0.5 


SEA 


2.0020 


022543 


Lyndid 


ORG 


1.7441 


022640 


Ortho-Novum 2 


ORT 


2.1700 


030368 


Norinyl 2 


SYN 


2.1766 


340839 


Norinyl 2 


SYN 


2.2433 


022632 


Ortho-Novum 








0.5 


ORT 


1-7500 



CONTINUED 



983 



2846 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

68:00 Hormones and Substitutes 



O. Reg. 524/76 



68:32 Progestogens and Oral Contraceptives 

CONTINUED 

Mestranoi & Norethindrone 

0.08mg& 1mg21 Tab© 

Not Iniefchangeabia 

Mestranoi & Norethindrone 

O.OSmg & 1 mg 28 Tab O 

Nat InterchangeabiB 

Mestranoi & Noretliindrone 

0.075mg & 5mg 21 Tab © 

Not Interchangeable 

Mestranoi & Norethindrone 

O.OSmg & 1mg21 Tab© 

Not Interchangeable 



Mestranoi & Norethindrone 

O.OSmg & 1 mg 28 Tab © 

Not Interchangeable 



Mestranoi & Norethindrone 

O.OSmg & 2mg 21 Seq Tab © 

- Not Interchangeable 



Mestranoi & Norethindrone 

O.OSmg & 2mg 28 Seq Tab © 

Not Interchangeable 

Mestranoi & Norethynodrel 

0.07Smg & Smg 20 Tab © 

Not Interchangeable 

Mestranoi & Norethynodrel 

O.OSmg & 2. Smg 21 Tab © 

Not Interchangeable 

Norethindrone 0.3Smg Tab © 

Not Interchangeable 

Norgestrei 37.Smcg Tab © 

Not Interchangeable 

Nol» 

Oral Contracepti-yes (excluding •Progestogen Only' Products) are priced by cycle package, not by individual tablet. 



022659 
030341 


Ortho-Novum 

1/80 

Norinyl 1 + 80 


ORT 
SYN 


1.9000 
2.0133 


34085S 


Noriny! 1 + 80 


SYN 


2.0800 


022616 


Ortho-Novum 5 


ORT 


3.3600 


022608 
030333 


Ortho-Novum 
1/50 
Norinyl 1 


ORT 
SYN 


1.9000 
2.0133 


3407S8 
340847 


Ortho-Novum 
1/50 
Norinyl 1 


ORT 
SYN 


2.0000 
2.0800 


02267S 
340812 


Ortho-Novum 

SQ 

Norquen 


ORT 
SYN 


2.1100 
2.1766 


340820 


Norquen 


SYN 


2.2433 


028622 


Enovid 5 


SEA 


2.6583 


028665 


Enovid-E 


SEA 


2.0360 


210161 
037605 


Noriday 
Micronor 


SYN 
ORT 


0.0650 
0.0651 


252476 


Ovrette 


WYE 


0.0732 



68:36 Thyroids 

Levothyroxine (Sodium) 0.3mg Tab © 
Levothyroxine (Sodium) 0.2mg Tab © 



012319 Eltroxin 

009695 Synthroid 

012300 Eltroxin 

009687 Synthroid 



GLA 0.0276 

FLI 0.0283 + 

GLA 0.0182 

FLI 0.0183 + 



CONTINUED 



984 



I 



U. Reg. 524/76 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 2847 

68:00 Hormones and Substitutes 

68:36 Thyroids 

CONTINUED 

Levothyroxine (Sodium) 0.1 5mg Tab O 

Levothyroxine (Sodium) 0.1 mg Tab © 

Levothyroxine (Sodium) O.OSmg Tab O 

Levothyroxine (Sodium) 0.025mg Tab © 
Levothyroxine (Sodium) O.OOSmg Tab © 
Liothyronine (Sodium) 25mcg Tab © 

Liothyronine (Sodium) 5mcg Tab © 
Thyroid 2gr (1 20mg) Tab O 

Thyroid 1 gr (60mg) Tab © 

Thyroid Vigr (30mg) Tab © 

68:38 Anti-Thyroids 

Methimazole 5mg Tab © 
Propylthiouracil lOOmg Tab © 
Propylthiouracil 50mg Tab © 



295582 


Eltroxin 


GLA 


0.0164 + 


212164 


Synth roid 


FLI 


0.0178 + 


012297 


Eltroxin 


GLA 


0.0146 


009660 


Synthroid 


FLI 


0.0163 + 


012289 


Eltroxin 


GLA 


0.0118 


009652 


Synthroid 


FLI 


0.0132 + 


009644 


Synthroid 


FLI 


0.0128 + 


012270 


Eltroxin 


GLA 


0.0211 


027103 


Cytomel 


SKF 


0.0253 


012327 


Tertroxin 


GLA 


0.0270 


027081 


Cytomel 


SKF 


0.0206 


023965 


Thyroid 


PDA 


0.0138 


031305 


Proloid 


WCH 


0.0180 


023957 


Thyroid 


PDA 


0.0110 


031291 


Proloid 


WCH 


0.0130 


023949 


Thyroid 


PDA 


0.0090 


031283 


Proloid 


WCH 


0.0115 



015741 Tapazole 
010219 Propyl-Thyracil 
010200 Propyl-Thyracil 



LIL 0.0193 
FRS 0.0488 
FRS 0.0311 



985 



2848 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 524/76 

76:00 Oxytocics 

Ergonovlne Maleate 0.2mg Tab 015709 Ergotrate LIL 0.0547 

Oxytocin 10IU/mllnj Sol 035998 Syntocinon-1 SAN 0.2098 

Oxytocin 5IU/ml Inj Sol 282316 Syntocinon-5 SAN 0.1696 



986 



O Reg. 524/76 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 2849 

84:00 Skin and Mucous Membrane Preparations 

84:04:04 Anti-lnfectives (Skin) Antibiotics (Skin) 

Bacitracin 500U/g Oint 

Erythromycin 1 % Oint 

Neomycin Sulfate 0.5% Oint 
Neomycin Sulfate 500mg/ml Top Sol 

84:04:08 Anti-lnfectives (Skin) Fungicides (Skin) 



012351 


Bacitracin 


GLA 


0.0746 


031046 


Baciguent 


UPJ 


0.0766 


038261 


Erythrocin 


ABB 


0.0416 


015997 


llotycin 


LIL 


0.0786 


031070 


Myciguent 


UPJ 


0.0583 


030813 


Mycifradin 


UPJ 


0.2500 



Chlordantoin 1 % Vag Cr 
Chlordantoin 1 % Vag Cr-App 
Clotrimazole 1 0Omg Vag Tab 


022551 
990558 
353833 


Sporostacin 
Sporostacin 
Canesten 


ORT 
ORT 
BOE 


0.0323 
0.0367 
0.9016 + 


Clotrimazole lOmg/g Cr 


325465 


Canesten 


BOE 


0.1650 + 


Clotrimazole 10mg/ ml Top Sol 
Nystatin 100.000U Vag Tab 


325473 

015067 
029491 


Canesten 

Nilstat 
Mycostatin 


BOE 

LED 
SOU 


0.1650 + 

0.1100 

0.1166 


Nystatin lOO.OOOU/g Vag Cr 
Nystatin 25,000U/g Vag Cr 
Nystatin lOO.OOOU/g Oint 
Nystatin lOO.OOOU/gCr 


278793 
295973 
029556 
029092 


Nilstat 
Mycostatin 
Mycostatin 
Mycostatin 


LED 

SOU 
SOU 
SOU 


0.0733 
0.0362 
0.1000 
0.1000 


Tolnaftate 1 % Cr 


027936 


Tinactin 


SCH 


0.1173 


Tolnaftate 1 % Top Sol 


028088 


TInactin 


SCH 


0.1173 


Tolnaftate 1% Top Pd 


027960 


Tinactin 


SCH 


0.0606 



84:04:12 Anti-lnfectives (Skin) Parasiticides (Skin) 



Benzyl Benzoate 25% Cr 

Gamma Benzene Hexachloride 1 % Cr 

Gamma Benzene Hexachloride 

1 % Shampoo 

Gamma Benzene Hexachloride 1 % Lot 



001 376 Scabanca 

026204 Kwellada 

026220 Kwellada 

026212 Kwellada 



Isobornyl Thiocyanoacetate 5% Top Emuls 033901 Bornex 



ANC 0.0172 

RCA 0.0278 

RCA 0.0349 

RCA 0.0278 

WYE 0.0123 



84:04:1 6 Anti-lnfectives (Skin) Other Anti-lnfectives 
(Skin) 



Hexachlorophene 3% Top Emuls O 
^lodochlorhydroxyquin 3% Cr 



205389 
005142 



PhisoHex 
Vioform 



WIN 
CIB 



0.0079 
0.0496 



CONTINUED 



987 



2850 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 524/76 

84:00 Skin and Mucous Membrane Preparations 

84:04:1 6 Anli-lnfectives (Skin) Other Anti-lnfectives 
_(Skin) 



CONTINUED 

Metronidazole 500mg Vag Tab 

Metronidazole 1 0% Vag Cr 

Metronidazole & Nystatin 

500mg & 1 0O.OOOU Vag Sup 

Miconazole Nitrate 2% Vag Cr-App 

Miconazole Nitrate 2% Cr 

N'benzoylsulfanilamide & Sulfathiazole & 
Sulfacetamide & Urea 

3.7% & 3.42% & 2.86% & 0.64% Vag Cr-App 

Povidone-lodine 200mg Vag Sup 
Povidone-lodine 1 0% Vag Sol 



Povidone-lodine 1 0% Vag Gel 



*Povidone-lodine 1 0% Top Sol O 



Sulfanilamide & Amlnacrine HCI & Allantoin 

1 .05g & 0.01 4g & 0. 1 4g Vag Sup 

Sulfanilamide & Aminacrine HCI & Allantoin 

15%&0.2%&2%VagCr 

Sulfisoxazole 1 0% Vag Cr 



226572 


Novonidazol 


NOP 


0.1400 


025887 


Flagyl 


POU 


0.1940 


024929 


Flagyl 


POU 


0.0721 


250724 


Flagystatin 


POU 


0.4410 


321036 


Monistat 


ORT 


0.0880 


326968 


Micatin 


MCN 


0.1240 + 


153605 


Sultrin 


ORT 


0.0436 


026050 


Betadine 


PFR 


0.2164 


026093 


Betadine 


PFR 


0.0091 


252824 


Proviodine 


ROG 


0.0107 


003115 


Bridine 


AHA 


0.0115 


026034 


Betadine 


PFR 


0.0297 


02661 1 


Proviodine 


ROG 


0.0312 


002720 


Bridine 


AHA 


0.0346 


062081 


Bridine Sol 


AHA 


0.0071 


158348 


Betadine 


PFR 


0.0071 


172944 


Proviodine 


ROG 


0.0075 


323527 


Vagitrol 


SYN 


0.1906 


134139 


AVC 


MER 


0.2346 


189510 


Vagitrol 


SYN 


0.0191 


134120 


AVC 


MER 


0.0263 


115479 


Gantrisin 


HLR 


0.0297 



84:08 Anti-Inflammatory Agents (Skin) 

Beclomethasone Dipropionate 

0.025% Oint 

Beclometliasone Dipropionate 0.025% Cr 
Beclomethasone Dipropionate 0.025% Lot 
Betamethasone Valerate 0.1 % Oint 



Betamethasone Valerate 0.05% Oint 
Betamethasone Valerate 0.1 % Cr 

CONTINUED 



003697 


Propaderm 


AHA 


0.1526 


002712 


Propaderm 


AHA 


0.1526 


270466 


Propaderm 


AHA 


0.1143 


012386 


Betnovate 


GLA 


0.0467 


028363 


Celestoderm-V 


SCH 


0.0477 


012378 


Betnovate- Ve 


GLA 


0.0316 


028355 


Celestoderm- 








V/2 


SCH 


0.0331 


011924 


Betnovate 


GLA 


0.0467 


027901 


Celestoderm-V 


SCH 


0.0477 



988 



O. Reg. 524/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2851 



84:00 Skin and Mucous Membrane Preparations 
84:08 Anti-inflammalory Agents (Skin) 



CONTINUED 

Betamethasone Valerate 0.05% Cr 

Betamethasone Valerate 0.1 % Lot 
Betamethasone Valerate 0.05% Lot 
Betamethasone Valerate 0.1 % Scalp Lot 
Flumethasone Pivalate 0.03% Dint 
Flumelhasone Pivalate 0.03% Cr 
Fluocinolone Acetonide 0.01 % Sol 
Fluocinolone Acetonide 0.025% Dint 
Fluocinolone Acetonide 0.01 % Dint 
Fluocinolone Acetonide 0.025% Cr 
Fluocinolone Acetonide 0.01 % Cr 
Fiuocinonlde 0.05% Oint 
Fluocinonide 0.01 % Oint 
Fluocinonide 0.05% Cr 
Fluocinonide 01 % Cr 
Flurandrenolide 0.05% Oint 
FlurandrenolideO.0125% Oint 
Flurandrenolide 0.05% Cr 
Flurandrenolide 0.01 25% Cr 
Halcinonide0.1%Cr 
Hydrocortisone 40mg Sup 
Hydrocortisone 1 0mg Sup 
Hydrocortisone 5mg Sup 
Hydrocortisone 1 % Oint 



Hydrocortisone 0.5% Oint 

Hydrocortisone 1 % Cr 
MethylprednisoloneO.25% Oint 
Triamcinolone Acetonide 0.1 % Oint 

Triamcinolone Acetonide 0.025% Oint 

Triamcinolone Acetonide 0.1 % Cr 

I CONTINUED 



011916 
027898 


Betnovate-V? 

Celestoderm- 

V/2 


GLA 
SCH 


0.0316 

0.0331 


011940 


Betnovate 


GLA 


0.1078 


011932 


Betnovate 


GLA 


0.0881 


027944 


Valisone 


SCH 


0.0988 


005789 


Locacorten 


CIB 


0.1946 


005134 


Locacorten 


CIB 


0.1946 


030260 


Synalar Solution 


SYN 


0.0848 


030406 


Synalar Regular 


SYN 


0.1726 


030392 


Synalar Mild 


SYN 


0.0835 


030422 


Synalar Regular 


SYN 


0.1726 


030414 


Synalar Mild 


SYN 


0.0835 


274437 


Lidex 


SYN 


0.1726 


274445 


Lidex Mild 


SYN 


0.1020 


036099 


Lidex 


SYN 


0.1728 


274453 


Lidex Mild 


SYN 


0.1020 


016012 


Drenison 


LIL 


0.1506 


016004 


Drenison-% 


LIL 


0.0624 


015326 


Drenison 


LIL 


0.1506 


015318 


Drenison- V4 


LIL 


0.0624 


326941 


Halog 


SOU 


0.1500 + 


314226 


Cortiment 


CPN 


0.4740 


314242 


Cortiment 


CPN 


0.3820 


314234 


Cortiment 


CPN 


0.3280 


093645 
024805 
341614 
031054 


Hydrocortisone 
Cortril 
Unicort 
Cortef 


DTC 
PR 
AHA 
UPJ 


0.0283 

0.0287 
0.0346 
0.1168 


093637 
341606 


Hydrocortisone 
Unicort 


DTC 
AHA 


0.0212 

0.0218 


035718 


Hydro-Cortilean 


MTC 


0.0312 


031062 


Medrol 


UPJ 


0.0590 


127914 
029572 


Aristocort R 
Kenalog 


LED 
SOU 


0.1600 
0.1600 


029564 
282456 


Kenalog-E 
Aristocort D 


SOU 
LED 


0.0683 

0.0700 


014621 
029114 


Aristocort R 
Kenalog 


LED 
SOU 


0.1600 
0.1600 



989 



2852 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 524/76 



84:00 Skin and Mucous Membrane Preparations 



84:06 Anti-Inflammatory Agents (Skin) 

CONTINUED 






Triamcinolone Acetonide 0.025% Cr 


029106 
282448 


Kenalog-E 
Aristocort D 


SOU 
LED 


0.0683 

0.0700 


Triamcinolone Acetonide 0.1 % Lot 


029130 


Kenalog 


SOU 


0.2266 


Triamcinolone Acetonide 0.1% in Orabase 

Oral Top Oint 


029505 


Kenalog- 
Orabase 


SOU 


0.3700 


Zinc Oxide & Balsam Peru & Benzyl 
Benzoate & Oxyquinoline Sulfate 

316.0mg & 50.6mg & 33.7mg & 16.2mg Sue 


> 292605 


Anusol 


WCH 


0.0831 



84:08 Antipruritics and Topical Anesthetics 



CInchocaine HC1 1 % Oint O 
Pramoxine HC1 1 % Cr O 
Tetracaine HC1 1 % Cr © 

84:12 Astringents 

Aluminum Sulfate & Calcium Acetate 

880mg & SOOmg Tab 

Aluminum Sulfate & Calcium Acetate 

1.1g&800mg/PkgPd 



287075 Nupercainal 
0001 1 6 Tronothane 
205451 Pontocaine 



03731 1 Domeboro 
037338 Domeboro 



CIB 0.0350 
ABB 0.0426 
WIN 0.0450 



84:24 Emollients, Demulcents and Protectants 



Aluminum Acetate Cr 
^Dimethylpolysiloxane 20% Cr © 
*Zinc Oxide 1 5% Oint O 

84:28 Keratolytic Agents 

Benzoyl Peroxide 20% Lot 

Benzoyl Peroxide 5% Lot 

Benzoyl Peroxide & Sulfur 10% & 5% Cr 

Benzoyl Peroxide & Sulfur 10% & 2.5% Cr 
Benzoyl Peroxide & Sulfur 5% & 2% Cr 



216992 Acid Mantle 
253057 Barriere 
297615 Zinc Oxide 



187585 Benoxyl 

236063 Benoxyl 

187631 Sulfoxyl Forte 

035513 Persol Forte 

035505 Persol 



DOM 0.1375 
DOM 0.1375^ 



DOM 0.02e 
AHA 0.01 5( 
DTC 0.012* 



STI 0.11751 

STI 0.071 ; 

STI 0.0881 

HOR 0.098: 

HOR 0.086« 



187615 Sulfoxyl Regular STI 0.074C 



990 



O. Reg. 524/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2853 



84:00 Skin and Mucous Membrane Preparations 

84:36 Miscellaneous Skin and Mucous Membrane 
Agents 



Colloidal Oatmeal Pd O 


273104 


Aveeno COO 


0.0036 


Colloidal Oatmeal (Oilated) Pd O 


281891 


Aveeno 

(Oilated) COO 


0.0086 


Extemporaneous Topical Non-Steroid 

llSgOint.Cr. Lot 


990116 
990124 
990132 


Base + 1 ingred 
Base + 2 ingred 
Base + 3 ingred 


3.0000 
3.7500 
4.5000 


Extemporaneous Topical Non-Steroid 

60g Oint. Cr. Lot 


990086 
990094 
990108 


Base + 1 ingred 
Base + 2 ingred 
Base + 3 ingred 


2.5000 
3.2500 
4.0000 


Extemporaneous Topical Non>Steroid 

30g Oint, Cr, Lot 


990043 
990051 
990078 


Base + 1 ingred 
Base + 2 ingred 
Base + 3 ingred 


2.2500 
3.0000 
3.7500 


Extemporaneous Topical Non-Steroid 

1 5g Oint, Cr. Lot 


990019 
990027 
990035 


Base + 1 ingred 
Base + 2 ingred 
Base + 3 ingred 


2.0000 
2.7500 
3.5000 


Extemporaneous Topical Steroid 

1 15g Oint. Cr. Lot 


990248 
990256 
990264 


Base + 1 ingred 
Base + 2 ingred 
Base + 3 ingred 


4.0000 
4.7500 
5.5000 


Extemporaneous Topical Steroid 

60g Oint, Cr, Lot 


990205 
990213 
990221 


Base + 1 ingred 
Base + 2 ingred 
Base + 3 ingred 


3.5000 
4.2500 
5.0000 


Extemporaneous Topical Steroid 

30g Oint. Cr, Lot 


990175 
990183 
990191 


Base + 1 ingred 
Base + 2 ingred 
Base + 3 ingred 


3.2500 
4.0000 
4.7500 


Extemporaneous Topical Steroid 

ISgOint, Cr. Lot 


990140 
990159 
990167 


Base + 1 ingred 
Base + 2 ingred 
Base + 3 ingred 


3.0000 
3.7500 
4.2500 


Fluorouracil 5% Cr 


330582 


Efudex HLR 


0.1430 


Selenium Sulfide 2.5% Scalp Lot O 


243000 


Selsun ABB 


0.0180 



991 



854 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 


0. Reg 


;. 524/76 


86:00 Spasmolytics 










Aminophylline 200mg Tab O 


014931 


Aminophylline 


LED 


0.0280 


Aminophylline 1 0Omg Tab O 


092940 
014923 


Aminophylline 
Aminophylline 


DTC 
LED 


0.0172 

0.0180 


Aminophylline 500mg Sup 


018228 
001414 


Corophyllin 
Aminophylline 


MOM 
ANC 


0.1516 

0.1666 


Aminophylline 250mg Sup 


018201 
001406 


Corophyllin 
Aminophylline 


MOM 
ANC 


0.1225 

0.1241 


Aminophylline 500mg/ 10ml Inj Sol 


029610 


Aminophylline 


STX 


0.2750 


Aminophylline 250mg/10ml Inj Sol 


012033 


Aminophylline 


GLA 


0.2848 


Oxtriphylline 200mg Tab © 


031267 


Choledyl 


WCH 


0.0525 


Oxlriphylline lOOmg Tab O 


031259 


Choledyl 


WCH 


0.0360 


Oxtriphylline lOmg/ ml 0/L O 


202940 


Choledyl 


WCH 


0.0102 


Theophylline 6mg/ml 0/L O 


261203 

281905 


Theophylline 
Elixophyllin 


DES 
COO 


0.0048 

0.0065 


Theophylline Calcium Aminoacetate 

325mg Tab O 


263761 


Acet-Am 


ORG 


0.0504 


Theophylline Sodium Aminoacetate 

20mg/mIO/LO 


270695 


Acet-Am 


ORG 


0.0196 



992 



0. Reg. 524/76 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 2855 

88:00 Vitamins and Minerals 



88:04 Vitamin A 

Vitamin A 50.000IU Cap © 
Vitamin A 25.000IU Cap O 

88:08 Vitamins B 

*Cyanocobalamin 10mg/10ml otc Inj Sol 

*Cyanocobalamin 1mg/10ml otc Inj Sol 
•Folic Acid 5mg Tab O 



Niacinamide lOOmg Tab O 
Niacinamide 50mg Tab O 
Nicotinic Acid 1 0Omg Tab O 

Nicotinic Acid 50mg Tab O 



Pyridoxine HCI 25mg Tab O 
Pyridoxine HC1 1 0mg Tab O 
Riboflavin 1 0mg Tab © 
Riboflavin 5mg Tab O 
Thiamine HCI 50mg Tab © 
Thiamine HC1 1 0OOmg/ 1 0ml Inj Sol © 

•Vitamins B & C otc 1 00 Tab 

88:12 Vitamin C 

♦Ascorbic Acid 1 0OOmg otc 1 00 Tab 
•Ascorbic Acid 500mg otc 1 00 Tab 



CONTINUED 



021075 
001635 
033103 

021067 
001627 
033081 



Vitamin A 
Aquasol A 
Afaxin 

Vitamin A 
Aquasol A 
Afaxin 



NOP 
AFU 
WIN 

NOP 
AFU 
WIN 



0.0290 

0.0598 
0.0625 

0.0180 

0.0364 
0.0365 



255335 


Vitamin Bl 2 


ORG 


3.4300 + 


002909 


Anacobin 


AHA 


5.5500 


029165 


Rubramin 


SOU 


6.1500 + 


255343 


Vitamin Bl 2 


ORG 


1.2500 + 


029157 


Rubramin 


SOU 


1.2500 


094617 


Folic Acid 


DTC 


0.0176 


021466 


Novofolacid 


NOP 


0.0195 


003492 


Folic Acid 


AHA 


0.0441 


014966 


Folvlte 


LED 


0.0560 


023736 


Niacinamide 


PDA 


0.0150 


023728 


Niacinamide 


PDA 


0.0130 


015776 


Niacin 


LIL 


0.0094 


000507 


Nicotinic Acid 


ABB 


0.0096 


274496 


Novoniacin 


NOP 


0.0070 


000493 


Nicotinic Acid 


ABB 


0.0071 


015768 


Niacin 


LIL 


0.0072 


023744 


Niacin 


PDA 


0.0085 


015865 


Hexa-Betalin 


LIL 


0.0343 


015857 


Hexa-Betalin 


LIL 


0.0163 


023884 


Rit)oflavin 


PDA 


0.0220 


023876 


Rilxjflavin 


PDA 


0.0170 


023922 


Thiamine 


PDA 


0.0250 


023264 


Thiamine 


PDA 


1.7000 


033421 


Betaxin 


WIN 


1.7500 


242934 


Beminal 


AYE 


4.2500 + 



256862 


Ascorbic Acid 


WAM 


4.4000 + 


036188 


Ascorbic Acid 


WAM 


2.4500 + 


232122 


Ascorbic Acid 


SAP 


2.5500 


094668 


Ascorbic Acid 


DTC 


3.0000 


000361 


Vitamin C 


ABB 


4.2000 



993 



2856 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

88:00 Vitamins and Minerals 



O. Reg. 524/76 



88:12 Vitamin C 

CONTINUED 

'Ascorbic Acid 250mg otc 1 00 Tab 



♦Ascorbic Acid 1 0Omg otc 1 00 Tab 



036161 


Ascorbic Acid 


WAM 


1.5000 + 


265012 


Ascorbic Acid 


SAP 


1.8500 


094641 


Ascorbic Acid 


DTC 


1.9000 


094633 


Ascorbic Acid 


DTC 


1.2500 


036153 


Ascorbic Acid 


WAM 


1.2500 + 


000345 


Ascorbic Acid 


ABB 


1.7000 



88:1 6 Vitamin D 

Calciferol lO.OOOIU/ml 0/L © 
Vitamin D 50.0001U Cap O 



033545 Drisdol 

002690 Radiostol 
009830 Ostoforte 



WIN 0.0750 

AHA 0.0458 

FRS 0.0539 



88:24 Vitamin K 

Menadiol Sodium Diphosphate 5mg Tab O 

Menadiol Sodium Diphosphate 

lOmg/mllnjSol 

Menadiol Sodium Diphosphate 

5mg/ml Inj Sol 

88:28 Multivitamins 

«Decavitamins USP otc 100 Tab 
*Hexavitamins NF otc 1 00 Tab 

♦Vitamins A & D & C otc 50ml Ped 0/L 

♦Vitamins A & D & C & B Complex 

otc 230ml 0/L 

♦Vitamins A & D & C & 13 Complex 

otc 50ml Ped 0/L 



01 3374 Synkavite 
012920 Synkavite 
012912 Synkavite 



293083 Par-10 

269034 Hexavitamins 

337803 Beminal Plus 

009903 Osto A-D-C 

1 56493 Pardee 

286419 Poly-Vi-Sol 



HLR 0.0165 
HLR 0.3740 
HLR 0.3132 



PDA 4.7000 

NOP 2.1000 

AYE 4.7500 

FRS 3.8000 

PDA 2.7500 

MJO 4.0500 



994 



O. Reg. 524/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2857 



92:00 Unclassified Therapeutic Agents 



Allopurinol 300mg Tab O 
Allopurinol 1 0Omg Tab O 
Amantadine HC1 1 0Omg Cap 
Azathioprine 50mg Tab O 
Calcium Carbimide 50mg Tab © 
Carbenoxolone Sodium 50mg Tab O 
Clomiphene Citrate 50mg Tab © 
Disulfiram 500mg Tab O 
Disulfiram 250mg Tab O 
Glucagon 1 mg Inj Pd © 
Lactulose 666.7mg/m! 0/L © 
Levodopa 500mg Tab © 
Levodopa 250mg Tab © 

Levodopa & Carbidopa 

250mg & 25mg Tab © 

Metoclopramide HCI lOmg Tab © 
Metociopramide HCI Img/ml 0/L O 
Metoclopramide HCI 10mg/2ml Inj Sol 
Penicillamine 250mg Cap 
Sodium Cromoglycate 20mg/Cart Pd Inh © 
Sodium Cromoglycate lOmg/Cart Pd Inh © 



294322 


Zyloprim 


BWE 


0.2465 


004588 


Zyloprim 


BWE 


0.0913 


274674 


Symmetrel 


END 


0.1265 


004596 


Imuran 


BWE 


0.1324 


014958 


Temposil 


LED 


0.1400 


306452 


Biogastrone 


MER 


0.2178 


018031 


Clomid 


MER 


0.7406 


002542 


Antabuse 


AYE 


0.0830 


002534 


Antabuse 


AYE 


0.0430 


015377 


Glucagon 


LIL 


3.5600 


317039 


Cephulac 


MER 


0.0145 


013358 


Larodopa 


HLR 


0.0875 


013331 


Larodopa 


HLR 


0.0495 


328219 


Sinemet 


MSO 


0.2266 


314722 


Maxeran 


CPN 


0.1234 


314714 


Maxeran 


CPN 


0.0183 


314706 


Maxeran 


CPN 


0.7980 


016055 


Cuprimine 


MSD 


0.2580 


261238 


Intal 


FIS 


0.2270 


328944 


Rynacrom 


FIS 


0.1090 + 



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O. Reg. 524/76 



Abbreviations of 
Manufacturers' Names 



1^ 



ABB 


Abbott Laboratories Ltd. 


MCN 


AFU 


Arlington Laboratories, Div., 
U.S.V. Pharmaceuticals of Can. 


MER 




Ltd. 


MJO 


AHA 


Allen and Hanburys 


MOM 


ALC 


Alcon Laboratories Ltd. 


MPT 


AME 


Ames, Div. Miles Labs. Ltd. 




ANC 


Anca Laboratories 


MSD 


APX 


Apotex Inc. 




AST 


Astra Chemicals Ltd. 


MTC 


AYE 


Ayerst Laboratories, Div. of 


NDA 




Ayerst, McKenna & Harrison Ltd. 


NOP 


BOE 


Boehringer-lngelheim (Can.) Ltd. 


ORG 


BRI 


Bristol Laboratories of Canada 


ORT 


BWE 


Burroughs Wellcome Ltd. 


PDA 


CAL 


Calmic Ltd. 


PFI 


CIB 


Ciba Pharmaceuticals. Div. of 
Ciba-Geigy Can. Ltd. 


PFR 


CNG 


Connaught Laboratories Ltd. 


POU 


COO 


Cooper Laboratories Ltd. 


RCA 


CPN 


Nordic Pharmaceuticals Ltd. 




DES 


Desbergers Limited 


RIK 


DNV 


Denver Laboratories (Can.) Ltd. 




DOM 


Dome Laboratories, Div. Miles 


ROB 




Labs. Ltd. 


ROG 


DOW 


Dow Pharmaceuticals 


ROR 


DTC 


Drug Trading Company Ltd. 


ROU 


ELL 


Elliott-Marion Company Ltd. 


SAN 


END 


Endo Laboratories 


SAP 


FIS 


Fisons (Canada) Ltd. 


SCH 


FLI 


Flint Laboratories of Canada 


SEA 


FRS 


Charles E. Frosst & Company 


SKF 


GEI 


Geigy Pharmaceuticals 


SOU 


GLA 


Glaxo Laboratories 


STX 


HRS 


Harris Laboratories 


STI 


HLR 


Hoffmann-LaRoche Ltd. 


SYN 


HOE 


Hoechst Pharmaceuticals 


UPJ 


HOR 


Frank W. Horner Ltd. 


WAM 


ICN 


ICN Canada Ltd. 


WCH 


LED 


Lederle Products 


WIN 


LIL 


Eli Lilly & Co. (Can.) Ltd. 


WLL 


MAN 


Paul Maney Labs., Div. of 


WTE 




Canapharm Ind. Inc. 


WYE 



McNeil Laboratories (Can.) Ltd. 

The Wm. S. Merrell Company, Div. 

of Richardson-Merrell (Can.) Ltd. 

Mead Johnson Canada 

Mowatt & Moore Ltd. 

Merit Pharmaceuticals. Div. of 

Mowatt & Moore 

Merck Sharp & Dohme of Can. 

Ltd. 

M.T.C. Pharmaceuticals Ltd. 

Nadeau Laboratory Ltd, 

Novopharm Ltd. 

Organon Canada Ltd. 

Ortho Pharmaceutical (Can.) Ltd. 

Parke, Davis & Company Ltd. 

Pfizer Company Ltd. 

The Purdue Frederick Co. (Can.) 

Ltd. 

Poulenc Ltd. 

Reed & Carnrick, Div. of Block 

Drug Company (Can.) Ltd. 

Riker Pharmaceutical Company 

Ltd. 

A.H. Robins Company of Can. Ltd. 

Rougier Inc. 

Wm. H. Rorer (Canada) Ltd. 

Roussel (Canada) Ltd. 

Sandoz Pharmaceuticals 

Sands Pharmaceuticals 

Schering Corp. Ltd. 

G.D. Searle & Co. of Can. Ltd. 

Smith Kline & French Canada Ltd. 

E.R. Squibb & Sons Ltd. 

Sterilab Corp. Ltd. 

Stiefel Limited 

Syntex Ltd. 

The Upjohn Company of Canada 

Wampole Limited 

Warner-Chilcott Labs. Co. Ltd. 

Winthrop Laboratories 

Will Pharmaceuticals 

Warren-Teed Pharmaceuticals 

Wyeth Ltd. 

O. Reg. 524/76, s. 



2. Ontario Regulations 38/76 and 312/76 are revoked. 

3. This Regulation comes into force on the 1st day of July, 1976. 
(8259) 

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I 



THE PLANNING ACT 

O.Reg. 525/76. 

Restricted Areas — County of Ontario 
(now The Regional Municipality of 
Durham) Township of Scott (now 
Township of Uxbridge). 

Made— June 14th, 1976. 

Filed— June 16th. 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 105/72 

MADE UNDER 

THE PLANNING ACT 



1. Ontario Regulation 105/72 is amended by 
adding thereto the following sections : 

39. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 95 may be 
used for the erection and use thereon of one single- 
family dwelling and buildings and structures acces- 
sory thereto and one building for poultry farming, 
provided the following requirements are met : 

Minimum front yard 

for dwelling 30 feet 

Minimum side yards 

for dwelling 30 feet 

Minimum rear yard 

for dwelling 30 feet 



Minimum ground floor 
area for dwelling 



one storey — 1 , 1 00 square 

feet 

one and one-half store5rs 

or more — 900 square feet 



No accessory- building or structure or building 
for poultry farming activities shall be erected 
closer to any lot line than 20 feet. 



Maximum ground floor 
area for building for 
poultry farming 



200 feet 



No accessory building or structure, or building 
for poultry farming, shall be used for human 
habitation. O. Reg. 525 /76, s. 1 , part. 

40. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 96 may be 
used for the erection and use thereon of one single- 
family dwelling and buildings and structures acces- 
sory thereto, provided the following requirements 
are met : 



Minimum front yard 
for dwelling 



35 feet 



Minimum side yards 
for dwelling 

Minimum rear yard 
for dwelling 

Minimum ground floor 
area for dwelling 



Maximum lot coverage 
for accessory buildings 
and structures except- 
ing a garage 

Maximum height of 
accessory buildings and 
structures 

Minimum front yard 
for accessory buildings 
and structures 



8 feet 



1,000 feet 



one storey — 1 , 1 00 square 

feet 

one and one-half store)rs 

or more — 900 square feet 



5 per cent of lot 



12 feet 



35 feet 



Minimum side yards for 
accessory buildings and 
structures 3 feet 



Minimum rear yard for 
accessory buildings and 
structures 



1,000 square feet 



No accessory building or structure shall be used 
for human habitation. O. Reg. 525/76, s. 1, part. 



2. Schedule 88 to the said Regulation, as made 
by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 288/76 
and amended by section 2 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 360/76 and section 2 of Ontario 
Regulation 421 /76 is amended by adding 
thereto the following paragraphs : 

17. That part of Lot 8 in Concession IV designated 
as Part 1 on a Plan deposited in the Land 
Registry Oflice for the Registry Division of 
Durham (No. 40) as Number 40R-2958. 

18. That part of Lot 34 in Concession VI being 
more particularly described as follows : 

Beginning at a place in the easterly limit 
of the said Lot distant northerly 995 feet from 
the southeasterly angle of the said Lot ; 

Thence northerly along the easterly limit of 
the said Lot 181 feet to a point ; 

Thence westerly parallel to the northerly limit 
of the said Lot 132 feet to a point ; 

Thence southerly parallel to the easterly limit 
of the said Lot 181 feet to a point ; 



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O. Reg. 526/76 



Thence easterly parallel to the southerly limit 
of the said Lot 132 feet to the place of beginning. 

19. That part of Lot 25 in Concession III designated 
as Lot 20 on a Plan registered in the Land 
Registry Office for the Registry Division of Dur- 
ham (No. 40) as Number 108 for the Village 
of Zephyr. 



3. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedules: 

Schedule 95 

That parcel of land formerly in the Township of 
Scott, now in the Township of Uxbridge in The 
Regional Municipality of Durham, being composed 
of that part of Lot 33 in Concession III more 
particularly described as follows : 

Beginning at the northwesterly angle of the said 
Lot; 

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of the said 
Lot 250 feet to a point ; 

Thence easterly parallel to the northerly limit of the 
said Lot 160 feet to a point ; 

Thence northerly parallel to the westerly limit of the 
said Lot 250 feet to the northerly limit of the said 
Lot; 

Thence westerly along the said northerly limit 160 
feet to the place of beginning. O. Reg. 525/76, 
s. 3, part. 



Schedule 96 

That parcel of land formerly in the Township of 
Scott, now in the Township of Uxbridge in The 
Regional Municipality of Durham, being composed 
of that part of Lot 1 in Concession 1 1 more particularly 
described as follows : 

Beginning at a place in the southerly limit of the 
said Lot distant 2,610 feet, 8 inches measured 
westerly therealong from the southeasterly corner 
of the said Lot ; 

Thence westerly along the southerly limit of the said 
Lot 637 feet, 714 inches to the limit between the 
east and west halves of the said Lot ; 

Thence northerly along the limit between the east 
and west halves of the said Lot 1,346 feet, 9 inches 
to the existing northerly limit of the said Lot ; 

Thence easterly along the existing northerly limit 
of the said Lot 637 feet, 6% inches to an iron bar 
planted ; 



Thence southerly parallel to the easterly limit 
of the said Lot 1,338 feet to the place of beginning. 
0. Reg. 525/76, s. 3, /)ar/. 

G. M. Farrow 

Executive Director, 

Plans Administration Division, 

Ministry of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 14th day of June, 1976. 

(8274) 27 



THE NORTH PICKERING DEVELOPMENT 
CORPORATION ACT, 1974 

O. Reg. 526/76. 

Designation of North Pickering Planning 

Area. 
Made— June 14th, 1976. 
Filed— June 16th, 1976. 



ORDER MADE UNDER 

THE NORTH PICKERING DEVELOPMENT 

CORPORATION ACT, 1974 

DESIGNATION OF NORTH PICKERING 
PLANNING AREA 

1. The areas of land defined in Schedules 1 , 2 and 3 
of this Order are hereby established as the North 
Pickering Planning Area. O. Reg. 526/76, s. 1. 

Schedule 1 

That parcel of land situate in the Borough of 
Scarborough in The Municipality of Metropolitan 
Toronto more particularly described as follows: 

Premising that all bearings herein are astronomic 
and referred to the central meridian of Zone 10 
of the Ontario Co-ordinate System, being 79° 30' 
west longitude ; 

Beginning at a place in the easterly limit of Lot 1 
in Concession III distant 3,445.02 feet measured 
southerly along the said easterly limit from the 
northeasterly corner of the said Lot ; 

Thence northerly along the said easterly limit to the 
northeasterly corner of the said Lot ; 

Thence westerly along the southerly limit of the road 
allowance between concessions III and IV to a 
monument thereon measured 200 feet easterly along 
the said southerly limit from the northwesterly 
corner of Lot 2 in Concession III ; 

Thence south 18° 17' east 140 feet to a point; 



Thence south 72° 44' 05' west to the westerly limit 
of the said Lot 2 ; 



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2861 



Thence northerly along the said westerly limit of the 
northwesterly comer of the said Lot ; 

Thence westerly along the southerly limit of the road 
allowance between concessions III and IV to the 
northwesterly comer of Lot 4 in Concession III ; 

Thence north 18° 23' 50' west to a monument in the 
northerly limit of the road allowance between 
concessions III and IV; 

Thence westerly along the northerly limit of the said 
road allowance to the southeasterly comer of Lot 9 
in Concession IV ; 

Thence northerly along the easterly limit of the said 
Lot 9 a distance of 334.04 feet to a point ; 

Thence north 47° 03' 30' west 282.47 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence north 37° 32' west 197 feet to a monument; 

Thence north 4° 54' 10" west 178.87 feet to a 

monument ; 

Thence south 75° 44' west 228.21 feet to a monument ; 
Thence south 39° 33' west 1 18.26 feet to a monument ; 

Thence south 70° 28' 20* west 92.77 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence north 78° 28' 20* west 157.13 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence south 20° 25' 30- west 137.12 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence south 34' 12' 30' west 122.33 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence south 53° 02' 20* west 15.45 feet to a 
Thence south 61° 59' 10' west 167.92 feet to a \ monument; 
monument ; 

Thence north 83° 01' west 207.28 feet to a monument ; 



Thence south 31' 38' west 51.79 feet to a monument ; 

Thence south 40° 44' 50* west 100.17 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence south 75° 48' west 100.49 feet to a monument ; 

Thence north 81° 19' 30* west 118.56 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence north 53° 08' 50' west 146.11 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence north 69= 37' 20* west 96.62 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence north 55° 32' west 175.65 feet to a monument ; 

Thence north 46° 52' 40* west 102.08 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence north 55° 56' 40* west 75.99 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence north 60° 09' 10* west 59.81 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence south 83° 01' 30* west 57.23 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence north 60° 38' 40* west 46.41 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence north 84° 21' west 42.75 feet to a monument ; 

Thence north 36° 14' 50* west 100.44 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence south 53° 02' 20* west 65.79 feet to the 
westerly limit of the said Lot 10; 



Thence north 58° 23' 30' west 112.30 feet to the 
easterly limit of Lot 10 in Concession IV ; 

Thence south 61° 19' 40' west 160.67 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence south 11° 31' 20' east 96.88 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence south 23° 24' 10' west 83.31 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence south 37° 07' 10' west 68.80 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence south 46° 37' 10' west %.65 feet to a 
monument ; 



Thence north 50° 03' 10* west 31.78 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence north 40= 12' 10* east 36.82 feet to the 
westerly limit of the said Lot 10; 

Thence north 40° 12' 10* east 69.66 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence north 79° 27' 30' west 67.72 feet to the 
westerly limit of the said Lot 10; , 

Thence north 79 27' 30' west 6.83 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence north 54° 17' 30* west 101.94 feet to the 
easterly limit of Lot 1 1 in Concession IV ; 

Thence north 54° 17' 30* west 33.07 feet to a 
1 monument ; 



999 



2862 



Thence north 46° 38' 50' west 122.71 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence north 36° 45' 20" west 113.18 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence north 27° 52' 10" west 71.07 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence north 29° 53' 50" west 49.07 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence north 52° 12' west 82.72 feet to a monument ; 

Thence north 82° 14' 10" west 303.25 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence north 61° 59' 40" west 163.30 feet to a 
monument ; 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 526/76 

Thence north 88° 22' west 194.07 feet to a monument ; 



Thence north 28° 21' 10" west 
monument ; 



.21 feet to a 



Thence north 43° 25' west 77.30 feet to a monument ; 

Thence north 53° 58' 30" west 64.22 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence north 77° 54' 30" west 74.96 feet to a 
monument; 

Thence south 66° 20' 40" west 145.31 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence south 61° 59' 30" west 83.96 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence south 39° 14' 20" west 104.91 feet to a 
monument; 



Thence south 58° 12' 30" west 73. 
monument; 



feet to a 



Thence south 67° 20' 30" west 59.22 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence south 29° 44' west 44.42 feet to a monument ; 

Thence south 86° 48' 50" west 115.63 feet to the 
westerly limit of the said Lot 1 1 ; 

Thence south 86° 48' 50" west 89.34 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence north 66° 33' west 71.96 feet to a monument ; 

Thence south 87° 16' 20" west 167.52 feet to a 
monument; 

Thence south 65° 11' 20" west 42.64 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence north 82° 56' 40" west 138.92 feet to a 
monument ; 



Thence north 59° 07' 20" west 119.21 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence north 45° 45' west 132.52 feet to a monument ; 

Thence north 36° 30' 10" west 72.22 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence north 23° 27' 10" west 143.34 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence north 0° 58' 40" east 133.09 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence north 4° 44' 40" east 87.07 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence north 19° 12' east 1 09. 1 7 feet to a monument ; 

Thence north 6° 55' 50" east 93.75 feet to a point; 

Thence north 73° 13' 30" east 637.60 feet to the 
westerly limit of the said Lot 1 1 ; 

Thence northerly along the said westerly limit to 
the northwesterly corner of Lot 11 in Concession 
IV; 

Thence north 12° 59' west 66.19 feet to the south- 
westerly corner of Lot 1 1 in Concession V ; 

Thence northerly along the westerly limit of the said 
Lot to the northwesterly corner of that Lot ; 

Thence westerly along the northerly limit of Lot 12 
in Concession V 504.86 feet to a monument ; 

Thence north 9° 44' 50" west to the northerly 
boundary of the Borough of Scarborough ; 

Thence easterly along the said northerly boundary 
to the northeasterly corner of the said Borough ; 

Thence southerly along the easterly boundary of 
the said Borough to a line drawn on the course 
of north 46° 46' 30" east through the place of 
beginning ; 

Thence south 46° 46' 30" west 36.38 feet to the 
place of beginning. O. Reg. 526/76, Sched. 1. 



Schedule 2 

That parcel of land situate in the Town of 
Markham in The Regional Municipality of York 
more particularly described as follows : 

Premising that all bearings herein are astronomic 
and referred to the central meridian of Zone 10 
of the Ontario Co-ordinate System being 79° 30' 
west longitude ; 



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2863 



Beginning at the southwesterly comer of Lot 1 
in Concession IX ; 

Thence northerly along the easterly limit of the 
road allowance between concessions VIII and IX 
to a monument distant 100 feet measured southerly 
along the said easterly limit from the northwesterly 
comer of Lot 4 in Concession IX : 

Thence north 72° 40' 50* east 249.86 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence north 10° 05' west 100 feet to the northerly 
limit of the said Lot 4 ; 

Thence south 72° 39' 40* west along the northerly 
limit of the said Lot a distsmce of 40.38 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence north 10° 02' 50* west 1,025.20 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence north 72° 50' 20* east 780.31 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence north 22° 25' west 71.28 feet to a monument ; 

Thence north 72° 50' 20' east 331.48 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence north 21° 29' 40* west 229.68 feet to the 
northerly limit of Lot 5 in Concession I X : 

Thence south 72° 50' 20* west along the said northerly 
limit 5.20 feet to a monument : 

Thence north 22° 26' 20* west 66.28 feet to the 
southerly limit of Lot 6 in Concession IX ; 

Thence south 72° 50' 20* west along the said southerly 
limit 37.28 feet to the southeasterly comer of Lot 15 
of Block E according to a Plan registered in the 
Land Registry Ofl&ce for the Registry Division of 
Toronto Boroughs and York South (No. 64) as 
Number 19; 

Thence north 10° 27' 10* west along the easterly 
limit of the said Lot 15 a distance of 165 feet 
to the northeasterly comer of that Lot ; 

Thence south 72° 50' 20* west along the northerly 
limit of the said Block E 562.21 feet to the north- 
westerly comer of Lot 8 of the said Block ; 

Thence south 10° 22' 40' east along the westerly 
limit of the said Lot a distance of 165 feet to the 
southwesterly comer of that Lot ; 

Thence south 72° 50' 20' west along the southerly 
limit of Lot 6 in Concession IX a distance of 16.62 
feet to the southeasterly comer of Lot 7 of Block E ; 

Thence north 10° 22' 40* west along the easterly 
limit of the said Lot 7 a distance of 165 feet to 
the northeasterly corner of that Lot ; 



Thence south 72° 50' 20* west along the northerly 
limit of Block E 298 feet to the northwesterly 
comer of Lot 4 of the said Block ; 

Thence south 10° 22' 40" east along the westerly 
limit of the said Lot 4 a distance of 165 feet to the 
southwesterly comer of that Lot ; 

Thence south 72° 50' 20* west along the southerly 
limit of the said Lot 6 a distance of 33 feet to the 
southeasterly comer of Lot 3 of Block E ; 

Thence north 10° 22' 40' west along the easterly 
limit of the said Lot 3 a distance of 165 feet to the 
northeasterly comer of that Lot ; 

Thence south 72° 50' 20* west along the northerly 
limit of Block E to the easterly limit of Block D 
according to the said Registered Plan No. 19; 

Thence north 10° 24' 40* west along the easterly 
limit of Block D 496.43 feet to a monument ; 

Thence north 10° 10' 40* west continuing along the 
said easterly limit 67.08 feet to the northeasterly 
comer of Lot 7 of Block D ; 

Thence south 71° 42' west along the northerly 
limit of the said Lot 7 a distance of 165.37 feet to 
the northwesterly comer of that Lot ; 

Thence north 10° 22' 40* west along the westerly 
limit of the said Lot 6 in Concession IX a distance 
of 33 feet to the southwesterly comer of Lot 8 of the 
said Block D ; 

Thence north 71° 42' east along the southerly limit 
of the said Lot 8 a distance of 165.38 feet to the 
southeasterly comer of that Lot ; 

Thence north 10° 24' 50' west along the easterly 
limit of Block D 330.40 feet to a monument ; 



Thence north 8° 52' 30* west continuing along the 
easterly limit of Block D 244.84 feet to the north- 
easterly comer of Lot 12 of the said Block D ; 

Thence south 72° 21' 30* west along the northerly 
limit of the said Lot 12 a distance of 171.38 feet 
to the northwesterly comer of that Lot ; 

Thence northerly along the easterly limit of the 
road allowance between concessions VIII and IX 
to a point distant 15 feet northerly from the south- 
westerly comer of Lot 12 in Concession IX ; 



Thence north 72° 05' 20' east 
monument ; 



1,758 feet to a 



Thence north 10° 37' 40* west 1,260 feet to a 
monument ; 



Thence south 72° 08' 10* west 708.52 feet to 
monument ; 



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Thence south 72° 22' 10' west 823.03 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence south 10° 38' 10" east 99.59 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence south 71° 57' 10" west 226.56 feet to the 
easterly limit of the road allowance between 
concessions VI 11 and IX ; 

Thence northerly along the said easterly limit to the 
northwesterly corner of Lot 19 in Concession IX; 

Thence easterly along the northerly limit of the said 
Lot 19 a distance of 3,421.09 feet to a line drawn 
parallel to the easterly boundary of lots 18 and 19 
in Concession IX and distant 3,300 feet measured 
westerly at right angles therefrom ; 

Thence southerly along the said parallel line 2,661.88 
feet to the southerly limit of Lot 18 in Concession IX ; 

Thence easterly along the said southerly limit to the 
southeasterly corner of the said Lot 18 ; 

Thence north 72° 21' 30" east 66.55 feet to the 
westerly limit of Lot 17 in Concession X ; 

Thence north 10° 15' 20" west along the said westerly 
limit 45 feet to the northwesterly corner of the said 
Lot 17; 

Thence easterly along the northerly limit of the said 
Lot 17 a distance of 2,960.78 feet to a Hne drawn 
parallel to the easterly limit of the said Lot and 
distant 2,500 feet measured westerly at right angles 
therefrom ; 

Thence south 18° 52' 50" east along the said parallel 
line 1,292.45 feet to the southerly limit of the said 
Lot; 

Thence easterly along the said southerly limit and 
the production thereof to the easterly limit of the 
Town of Markham ; 

Thence southerly along the easterly limit of the said 
Town to the southerly limit of that Town ; 

Thence westerly along the said southerly limit to a 
line drawn on the course of south 9° 44' 50" east 
through the place of beginning ; 

Thence north 9° 44' 50" west to the place of beginning. 
O.Reg. 526/76, Sched. 2. 

Schedule 3 

That parcel of land situate in the Town of 
Pickering in The Regional Municipality of Durham 
more particularly described as follows : 



Premising that all bearings herein are astronomic 
and referred to the central meridian of Zone 10 of 



the Ontario Co-ordinate System being 79° 30' west 
longitude; 

Beginning at a place in the westerly limit of Lot 35 
in Concession VI distant 2,610.78 feet measured 
south 18° 53' east along the said westerly limit from 
the northwesterly corner of the said Lot 35; 

Thence south 18° 53' east along the said westerly 
Hmit 794.21 feet to a monument ; 

Thence north 73° 09' 30" east 964.93 feet to a 
monument; 

Thence north 19° 38' 20" west 10 feet to a monument ; 

Thence north 72° 52' 30" east 746.26 feet to the 
easterly limit of the said Lot ; 

Thence north 17° 30' west along the said easterly 
limit 527.74 feet to a monument ; 

Thence north 72° 30' east 66 feet to the westerly 
limit of Lot 34 in Concession VI ; 

Thence south 17° 30' east along the said westerly 
limit 350.67 feet to a monument ; 

Thence north 70° 45' 40" east 1,333.18 feet to the 
dividing line between lots 33 and 34 in Concession 
VI; 

Thence north 79° 28' 20" east 703.06 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence north 72° 05' east 625 feet to the easterly 
limit of the said Lot 33 ; 

Thence south 17° 55' east along the said easterly 
limit 64.72 feet to a monument ; 

Thence north 71° 58' east 66 feet to the westerly 
limit of Lot 32 in Concession VI ; 

Thence south 17° 55' east along the said westerly 
limit 1,500 feet to a hne drawn parallel to the 
southerly limit of the said Lot distant 2,000 feet 
measured northerly at right angles therefrom ; 

Thence easterly along said parallel line to the 
easterly limit of the said Lot ; 

Thence easterly parallel to the southerly limit 
of Lot 31 in Concession VI to the westerly limit 
of Lot 30 in Concession VI ; 

Thence southerly along the said westerly limit to the 
northerly limit of that part of the King's Highway 
known as No. 7, as widened, and shown on a Plan 
deposited in the Land Registry Office for the 
Registry Division of Durham (No. 40) as Number 
150; j 

Thence easterly following the northerly limit of the 
said part of the King's Highway as shown on the 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



Plans deposited in the said Land Registry Office as 
Numbers 150, 216, 307 and 272 to the production 
northerly of the westerly limit of Lot 14 according 
to a Plan registered in the said Land Registry 
Office as Number 1 ; 

Thence southerly and easterly to and along the 
westerly and southerly limits of the said Lot 14 to 
the westerly limit of Lot 12 according to a Plan 
registered in the said ' Land Registry Office as 
Number 530; 

Thence southerly along the said westerly limit to the 
southwesterly comer of the said Lot 12 ; 

Thence easterly along the southerly limits of lots 
12, 11, 10, 9, 8 and 7 according to the said Plan 
to the southeasterly comer of the said Lot 7 ; 

Thence northerly along the easterly limit of the said 
Lot to the northwesterly comer of a one-foot reserve 
according to the said Plan ; 

Thence easterly along the said northerly limit to the 
northeasterly comer of the said one-foot reserve ; 

Thence southerly along the easterly limit of the said 
one-foot reserve to the southwesterly comer of Lot 6 
according to the said Plan ; 

Thence easterly along the southerly limit of the said 
Lot to the southwesterly corner of Lot 5 according 
to the said Plan Number 10; 

Thence easterly, southerly and easterly following 
the limit of the said Plan to the southeasterly 
comer of Lot 7 according to the said Plan ; 

Thence northerly along the easterly limit of the said 
Lot to the westerly production of the southerly 
limit of Lot 58 according to the said Plan ; 

Thence easterly to and along the southerly limit of 
the said Lot to the southeasterly comer of that Lot ; 

Thence northerly and easterly following the easterly 
and southerly limits of the said Plan to the south- 
easterly corner of Lot 34 according to the said Plan ; 

Thence northerly following the easterly limit of the 
said Plan and its production northerly to the 
northerly limit of the said part of the King's Highway 
as shown on a Plan deposited in the said Land 
Registry Office as Number 288 ; 

Thence easterly along the said northerly limit to 
the production northerly of the easterly limit of Lot 
1 7 in Concession V ; 

Thence southerly to and along the said easterly 
limit and the production thereof to the northerly 
limit of Lot 17 in Concession IV; 



Thence south 16° 29' 40' 
monument ; 



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east 203.01 feet to a 



Thence easterly along the said northerly limit 126.33 
feet to a monument ; 



Thence north 72' 59' 20' east 203.19 feet to the 
easterly limit of the said Lot 17 ; 

Thence southerly along the said easterly limit to a 
point distant 4,433.41 feet measured southerly 
from the northeasterly comer of the said Lot 1 7 ; 

Thence north 60° 57' 10' east 688.66 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence north 60° 07' 40' east 755.95 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence south 15° 59' 50' east 563.14 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence south 15° 58' 30' east 397.03 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence south 14° 57' east 101.47 feet to a monument ; 

Thence south 15° 24' 10' east 317.45 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence south 18° 41' 20' east 126.30 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence south 13° 32' 50' east 58 feet to a monument ; 

Thence south 15° 56' 20' east 350.79 feet to the 
northerly limit of the Canadian Pacific Railway 
right-of-way ; 

Thence westerly along the said northerly limit 1.48 
feet to the easterly limit of Lot 16 in Concession IV; 



Thence southerly along the said easterly limit 102.27 
feet to the southerly limit of the Canadian Pacific 
Railway right-of-way ; 

Thence easterly along the said southerly limit 1.30 
feet to a monument ; 

Thence south 16° 21' 50' east 614.59 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence south 16° 06' 40* east 27.01 feet to the 
southeasterly comer of the said Lot 16 ; 

Thence south 17° 56' 30' east 66 feet to the northerly 
limit of Lot 16 in Concession 111 ; 

Thence north 72° 00' 40* east along the said northerly 
limit 49.18 feet to the northeasterly comer of the 
said Lot 16; 

Thence southerly along the said easterly limit4,618.51 
feet to a monument ; 

Thence south 50° 05' 40* west 4,201.07 feet to the 
southerly limit of Lot 18 in Concession III ; 



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Thence south 45° 47' 20" west 148.12 feet to the 
northerly limit of Lot 18 in Concession II ; 

Thence south 30° 28' 40" west 74.58 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence south 54° 21' 50" west 172.97 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence south 50° 48' west 1,494.09 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence south 50° 46' 30" west 411.04 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence south 50° 05' 40" west 1,014.62 feet to the 
easterly hmit of Lot 21 in Concession II ; 

Thence south 17° 59' 20" east along the said easterly 
limit 494.01 feet to a point ; 

Thence south 68° 53' west 354. 1 feet to a monument ; 

Thence south 69° 14' 40" west 651.50 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence south 71° 08' 30" west 318.78 feet to the 
westerly limit of the said Lot 21 ; 

Thence north 17° 42' 30" west along the said 
westerly limit 18.30 feet to a monument ; 

Thence south 50° 46' 20" west 4,386.71 feet to the 
easterly limit of Lot 25 in Concession II ; 

Thence south 17° 43' 20" east along the said easterly 
limit 782.59 feet to a monument ; 

Thence south 72° 17' west 368 feet to a monument ; 

Thence south 17° 44' 50" east 1 15 feet to a monument ; 

Thence north 72° 16' east 268 feet to a monument ; 

Thence north 86° 21' east 103.12 feet to the easterly 
limit of the said Lot 25 ; 

Thence south 17° 43' 20" east along the said easterly 
limit 594.40 feet to a monument ; 

Thence south 81° 33' 30" west 1,993.98 feet to a 
monument; 

Thence south 1 6° 39' east 38 1 .80 feet to a monument ; 

Thence south 73° 24' west 647.49 feet to a monument ; 

Thence north 17° 08' west 172.91 feet to a monument ; 

Thence south 73° 08' 30" west 387.78 feet to a 
monument ; 



Thence south 52° 59' west 361 .57 feet to a monument ; 



Thence south 67° 44' 30" west 679.80 feet to the 
westerly limit of Lot 27 in Concession II ; 

Thence south 50° 46' 40" west 890.83 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence south 46° 13' 30" west 563.37 feet to the 
westerly limit of Lot 28 in Concession 1 1 ; 

Thence south 46° 11' 20" west 73.47 feet to the 
easterly limit of Lot 29 in Concession II ; 

Thence south 46° 13' 30" west 332.27 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence south 47° 51' 50" west 1,041.29 feet to a 
monument; 

Thence south 52° 23' west 94.42 feet to the westerly 
limit of the said Lot 29 ; 

Thence south 52° 26' 20" west 710.76 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence south 17° 09' east 180.65 feet to the southerly 
limit of Lot 30 in Concession II ; 

Thence south 74° 08' 20" west 659.07 feet along the 
said southerly limit to the production northerly of 
the easterly limit of Lot 31 in Concession I ; 

Thence south 17° 24' east to and along the said 
easterly limit 363 feet to a monument ; 

Thence south 73° 59' west 508 feet to a monument; 

Thence south 46° 49' 40" west 167.82 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence south 46° 50' 20" west 1,476.97 feet to a 
monument; 

Thence south 46° 49' 50" west 757.27 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence south 46° 47' 10" west 17.95 feet to 
monument ; 

Thence south 46° 50' 10" west 92.59 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence south 17° 54' 20" east 208.95 feet to . 
monument ; 

Thence south 70° 07' 50" west 415.53 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence south 46° 49' 30" west 370.85 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence south 46° 45' west 484.77 feet to a monument 

Thence south 46° 07' 40" west 80.35 feet to tli. 
easterly limit of Lot 22 according to a Plan registered 
in the said Land Registry Office as Number 329; 



J 



I 



I 



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O. Reg. 526/76 

Thence south 17° 26' 20* east 166.93 feet to the I 
southeasterly comer of the said Lot 22 



Thence south 72° 49' 20' west along the southerly 
limit of the said Lot a distance of 403.30 feet to a 
monument ; 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 527/76 

GENERAL 

INTERPRETATION 

1. In this Regulation, 



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Thence south 46° 49' 40' west 395.25 feet to the 
easterly limit of Lot 6 according to the said Plan ; 

Thence south 17° 19' east 190.17 feet to the south- 
easterly comer of the said Lot ; 

Thence south 72° 53' 50' west along the southerly 
limit of the said Lot a distance of 388.52 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence south 46° 51' west 235.20 feet to a monument ; 

Thence south 46° 50' 10' west 840.83 feet to a 
monument ; 



Thence south 19° 16' 40' 
monument ; 

Thence south 72° 33' 40' 
monument ; 



east 199.35 feet to a 



west 420.39 feet to a 



Thence south 46° 46' 30' west 289.60 feet to the 
westerly limit of Lot 35 in Concession I ; 

Thence south 46° 46' 30* west 36.38 feet, more or 
less, to the westerly boundary of the Town of 
Pickering ; 

Thence northerly along the said westerly boundary 
to a line drawn on the course of south 70° 24' 10' 
west through the place of beginning ; 

Thence north 70° 24' 10* east 33 feet to the place of 
beginning. O. Reg. 526/76, Sched. 3. 

John R. Rhodes 
Minister of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 14th day of June, 1976. 

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THE ONTARIO AGRICULTURAL 
MUSEUM ACT, 1975 

O. Reg. 527/76. 

General. 

Made— June 9th, 1976. 

Filed— June 16th, 1976. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 

THE ONTARIO AGRICULTURAL 

MUSEUM ACT, 1975 



(a) "executive director" means the Executive 
Director of Education and Research of 
the Ministry of Agriculture and Food ; 

(b) "Museum premises" includes all lands, 
buildings and facilities owned or operated by 
the Museum. O. Reg. 527/76, s. 1. 

PROCEDURE 

2. The Board shall meet not less than three 
nor more than six times in any year at the call of 
the chairman in consultation with the chief executive 
officer. O. Reg. 527 /76, s. 2. 

3. There shall be an executive committee of 
the Board which shall consist of the chairman, 
vice-chairman, secretary and one other member 
elected by the Board. O. Reg. 527 /76, s. 3. 

4. The executive committee shall meet at the 
call of the chairman in consultation with the chief 
executive officer. O. Reg. 527 /76, s. 4. 

5. The secretary of the Board shall send notice 
of all meetings together with an agenda to all persons 
concerned and shall keep a record of all meetings. 
O. Reg. 527 /76, s. 5. 

6. Special meetings of the Board, in addition 
to those authorized by section 2, may be called 
by the chief executive ofl&cer or the executive 
director. O. Reg. 527 /76, s. 6. 



USE OF MUSEUM PREMISES 

7. No person or organization shall be granted 
exclusive access to or use of Museum premises to the 
exclusion of other persons or organizations. O. Reg. 
527/76,s. 7. 

8. No person or organization may use Museum 
premises for any purpose other than general admission 
without first having made written application to, 
and obtaining the approval of, the chief executive 
officer. O. Reg. 527 /76. s. 8. 

9. No person shall smoke or commit a nuisance 
in or near Museum buildings, equipment or displays. 
O. Reg. 527/76. s. 9. 

10. No person shall, 

(a) deface, remove or damage any property; 

(b) remove, injure or destory any tree, shrub, 
plant, flower or growing thing or any soil, 
rock or other material ; 



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O. Reg. 529/76 



(c) kill, trap, hunt, pursue or in any manner 
disturb or cause to be disturbed any wild 
or domestic bird or animal ; or 

(d) abandon any refuse or other object or 
material except in receptacles or pits 
provided for that purpose, 

on Museum premises. O. Reg. 527/76, s. 10. 

11. No person shall bring or allow a pet to be 
brought inside any Museum building. O. Reg. 
527/76, s. 11. 

12. Owners of dogs or other pets on Museum 
premises shall at all times keep them on a leash that 
does not exceed six feet in length and shall not permit 
any such animal to come within 100 yards of any 
place where live stock or poultry are kept. O. Reg. 
527/76, s. 12. 

13. — (1) No person, except with the written 
permission of the chief executive officer shall, 

(a) be in possession of or fire or discharge any 
firearm, rocket or other fireworks ; 

(b) erect, post, paste, fasten, paint or affix 
any placard, bill, notice or sign ; 

(c) remain on the premises during other than 
normal business hours ; 

(d) sell or offer for sale any article or service ; 

(e) advertise or carry on any business or 
commercial enterprise ; 

(/) I'cg or solicit charity ; 

(g) conduct a show of any kind or bring any 
equipment therefor ; 

(A) conduct a public meeting or perform any 
act that congregates or is likely to con- 
gregate persons ; 

(i) light or maintain a fire in a place other 
than a location provided for that purpose; 

(j) operate a vehicle except on a roadway or 
other place provided for that purpose ; 

(k) operate a vehicle at a speed in excess of 
fifteen miles per hour ; 

(/) park a vehicle in a place other than one set 
aside for that purpose ; 

(m) operate a snowmobile, motor toboggan or 
any motor-propelled vehicle ; or 

(n) land or operate an aircraft, 

on Museum premises. 



(2) No person shall camp or remain overnight 
on Museum premises. O. Reg. 527/76, s. 13. 



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THE TOURISM ACT 

O. Reg. 528/76. 

General. 

Made— June 2nd, 1976. 

Filed— June 17th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 390/72 

MADE UNDER 

THE TOURISM ACT 

. Clause c of subsection 4 of section 39 of 
Ontario Regulation 390/72, as remade by 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 747/75, is 
revoked and the following substituted there- 
for: 

(c) in the remainder of the Province of Ontario, 
55 per cent of the costs of approved pro- 
jects may be contributed by the Province 
of Ontario, effective from the 1st day of 
April, 1976 to the 31st day of March, 1977, 
after which date 50 per cent of the costs of 
such approved projects may be contributed 
by the Province. 



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THE TOBACCO TAX ACT 

O. Reg. 529/76. 

General. 

Made— June 9th, 1976. 

Filed— June 18th. 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 812 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 

MADE UNDER 

THE TOBACCO TAX ACT 



1970 



1. Regulation 812 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1970 is amended by adding thereto 
the following section : 

15. Where the Minister requires a dealer to 
complete an inventory under subsection 8 of section 
9 of the Act there may be paid to such dealer an 
amount, equal to 5 per cent of any additional tax 
due on such inventory at the time of remittance by 
the dealer to the Minister, as compensation for his 
services in compiling the inventory and the dealer 
may deduct such compensation from the tax 
otherwise to be remitted to the Treasurer but no 
deduction may be made if a dealer fails to complete 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 531/76 



2869 



an inventory report or remit the tax due and payable 
by him at the time and in the manner required by 
the request for such inventory. O. Reg. 529/76, 
s. 1. 



This Regulation shall be deemed to have come 
into force on the 7th day of April, 1976. 



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THE CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

O. Reg. 530/76. 

Designation of Insurable Crops. 
Made— June 16th, 1976. 
Filed— June 18th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 495/75 

MADE UNDER 

THE CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

1. Section 1 of Ontario Regulation 495/75 is 
amended by adding thereto the following 
clause: 

{ba) "flax" means flax grown for the purpose of 
harvesting as flax seed, but does not 
include fibre flax. 

2. Section 2 of the said Regulatirai is amended 
by adding thereto the following item : 



4a. Flax. 

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THE VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION 
SERVICES ACT 

O.Reg. 531/76. 

General. 

Made— June 16th, 1976. 

Filed— June 18th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 821 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER 

THE VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION 

SERVICES ACT 



1.— (1) Schedule 1 to Regulation 821 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1970, as remade by 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 188/75 and 
amended by Ontario Regulations 573/75, 
588 /75, 101 1 /75, 1036 /75, 213 /76 and 416 /76, 
is further amended by adding thereto the 
following items : 

lb. Almaguin Highlands Association for the 
Mentally Retarded. 



126. Community Sheltered Workshops. 

(2) Item 35a of the said Schedule 1, as made by 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 573/75, is 
revoked and the following substituted there- 
for: 

35a. Lennox & Addington Association for the 
Mentcilly Retarded. 

356. Lindsay & District Association for the Mentally 
Retarded. 

(3) The said Schedule 1 is further amended by 
adding thereto the following item : 

66a. Sturgeon Falls & District Association for the 
Mentally Retarded. 

2. Schedule 2 to the said Regulation, as remade 
by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 188/75 and 
amended by Ontario Regulations 588/75, 
101 1 /75. 1037 /75, 124 /76. 213/76 and 416/76. 
is further amended by adding thereto the 
following items : 



25a. 



36a. 



366. 



66a. 



A.R.C. Industries 
Industry Street 
Napanee 



A.R.C. Industries 
King Street 
Sturgeon Falls 

A.R.C. Industries 
318 Main Street 
Sundridge 



Community Sheltered Workshops 

90-92 Isabella Street 

Toronto 



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O. Reg. 532/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 533/76 2973 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 



July leth, 1976 



THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 532/76. 

Restricted Areas — County of Haldi- 
mand (now The Regional Munici- 
pality of Haldimand-Norfolk) 
Township of Can borough (now Town 
of Dunnville). 

Made— June 17th. 1976. 

Filed— June 21st, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 279/73 

MADE UNDER 

THE PLANNING ACT 

1. Ontario Regulation 279/73 is amended by 
adding thereto the following section : 

28. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 18 may be 
used for the erection and use thereon of a public 
washroom. O. Reg. 532/76, s. 1. 

2. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedule: 

Schedule 18 

That parcel of land formerly in the Township of 
Canborough, now in the Town of Dunnville in The 
Regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk, being 
composed of that part of Lot 1 in the Dochstader 
Tract more particularly described as follows : 

Premising the bearing of the road allowance between 
the townshifK of Canborough and North Cayuga 
adjacent to the said parcel to be due north and 
referring all bearings herein thereto ; 

Beginning at a place in the southerly limit of the 
Old River Road where it is intersected by the 
easterly limit of the road allowance between the 
townships of Canborough and North Cayuga ; 

Thence north 56^ 54' east along the said southerly 
Hmit 587.15 feet to a point ; 

Thence south 0' 22' east 774.15 feet to the water's 
edge of the Grand River ; 

Thence westerly along said water's edge in all its 
turnings 503 feet, more or less, to the said easterly 
limit of the road allowance between the townships 
of Canborough and North Cayuga ; 



Thence northerly along the said easterly limit 532 
feet to the place of beginning. O. Reg. 532 /76, s. 2. 

G. M. Farrow 

Executive Director, 

Plans Administration Division, 

Ministry of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 17th day of June, 1976. 

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THE PLANNING ACT 

O.Reg. 533/76. 

Restricted Areas — County of Peter- 
borough, Township of Gtilway. 
Made— June 17th, 1976. 
Filed— June 21st, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 302/76 

MADE UNDER 

THE PLANNING ACT 

1. Section 2 of Ontario Regulation 302/76 is 
revoked and the following substituted there- 
for: 

2. This Order appUes to those lands in the Town- 
ship of Galway in the County of Peterborough, 
being composed of lots 17 to 35, both inclusive, 
in concessions IX to XIII, both inclusive, except 
those lands in Plans registered in the Land Registry 
Office for the Registry Division of Peterborough 
(No. 45) as Numbers 16 and 17 and in a Plan filed 
in the Land Registry- Office for the Land Titles 
Division of Peterborough (No. 45) as Number 
M.21. O. Reg. 533/76. s. 1. 



G. M. Farrow 

Executive Director, 

Plans Administration Division, 

Ministry of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 17th day of June, 1976. 

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O. Reg. 536/76 



THE HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 534/76. 

Speed Limits. 

Made— June 16th, 1976. 

Filed— June 21st, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 429 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 

MADE UNDER 

THE HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 



1970 



Town of 
Thorold 



1. Part 5 of Schedule 66 to Regulation 429 
of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1970, as 
amended by subsections 4 and 5 of section 8 
of Ontario Regulation 175/71, is further 
amended by adding thereto the following 
paragraph : 

3. That part of the King's Highway 

Regional known as No. 58 in the Town of 

Municipality Thorold in The Regional Municipality 

of Niagara ^j Niagara lying between a point 

situate at its intersection with the 

westerly limit of the roadway known 

as Davis Drive and a point situate at 

its intersection with the westerly 

limit of the roadway known as Pine 

Street. 

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THE BLIND PERSONS' RIGHTS 
ACT, 1976 

O.Reg. 535/76. 

Dog Guides. 

Made— June 16th, 1976. 

Filed— June 21st, 1976. 



This Regulation comes into force on the Jst day of 
July, 1976. {See S.O. 1976, c. 14, s. 8). 

REGULATION MADE UNDER 
THE BLIND PERSONS' RIGHTS ACT, 1976 

DOG GUIDES 

1. A dog that has successfully completed the 
training program at any of the following facilities 
is qualified as a dog guide : 

1. Eye Dog Foundation for the Blind, Los 
Angeles, California. 

2. The Seeing Eye, Inc., Morristown, New 
Jersey. 



3. Guide Dogs for the BHnd Inc., San 
Rafael, California. 

4. International Guiding Eyes Inc., Holly- 
wood, California. 

5. Eye of the Pacific Guide Dogs Inc., 
Honolulu, Hawaii. 

6. Leader Dogs for the Blind, Rochester, 
Michigan. 

7. Guide Dog Foundation for the Blind Inc., 
Forest Hills, New York. 

8. Guiding Eyes for the Blind Inc., New 
York, New York. 

9. Pilot Dogs Inc., Columbus, Ohio. O. Reg. 
535/76, s. 1. 



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THE LEGAL AID ACT 

O.Reg. 536/76. 

General. 

Made— April 16th, 1976. 
Approved — June 16th, 1976. 
Filed— June 21st, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 557 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 

MADE UNDER 

THE LEGAL AID ACT 



1970 



1. Section 137 of Regulation 557 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1970, as remade by 
section 10 of Ontario Regulation 224/72, is 
revoked and the following substituted there- 
for: 

137. — (1) Subject to subsection 2, no information 
furnished by or about an applicant for or recipient of 
legal aid shall be disclosed other than as may be 
necessary for the proper performance by any person 
of his functions under the Act and this Regulation. 

(2) The following information may be furnished 
or disclosed : 

1. The fact that a person has applied for a 
certificate or that a certificate has been 
issued to a person. 



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2. The point an application for a certificate 
has reached in the administrative process. 
O. Reg 536/76, s. 1. 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 538/76 

ST. MARYS BY-PASS 
Schedule 128 



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The Law Society of Upper C.anad.\: 

Stuart Thom 

Treasurer 

Kenneth Jarvis 

Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 16th day of April, 1976. 

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THE SMALL CLAIMS COURTS ACT 

O. Reg. 537/76. 

Courts. 

Made— June 16th, 1976. 

Filed— June 21st. 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 800 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER 

THE SMALL CLAIMS COURTS ACT 

1. Subparagraph ii of paragraph 1 of Schedule 
186 to Regulation 800 of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1970, as remade by section 7 of 
Ontario Regulation 813/73, is revoked. 



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THE PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION AND 
HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 538/76. 

Designations — Miscellaneous, Southern 

Ontario. 
Made— June 16th, 1976. 
Filed— June 22nd, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 394 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER 

THE PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION AND 

HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT ACT 



1. In the townships of Blanshard and Downie in 
the County of Perth being, 

(a) part of Lot 24 in Concession 20 (Township 
of Blanshard) ; 

•{b) part of lots 1 to 20, both inclusive, in 
South Boundary Concession (Township of 
Blanshard) ; 

(c) part of Lot 1 in each of concessions 13 and 14 
(Township of Downie) ; 

(d) part of lots 22, 23 and 24 in Concession 11 
(Gore of the Township of Downie) ; and 

{e) part of the road allowance between, 

(i) the Township of Downie and Gore 
of the Township of Downie, 

(ii) the townships of Blanshard and 
Downie, 

(iii) lots 7 and 8 in South Boundary 
Concession (Township of Blan- 
shard), 

(iv) lots 12 and 13 in South Boundary 
Concession (Township of Blan- 
shard), 

(v) lots 17 and 18 in South Boundary 
Concession (Township of Blan- 
shard) , 

(vi) the Township of Blanshard and the 
former Township of East Nissouri 
in the County of Oxford, and 

(vii) the Township of Blanshard and the 
Township of West Nissouri in the 
County of Middlesex, 



and being that portion of the highway shown as 
PART 1 on Ministry of Transportation and Com- 
munications Plan P-4071-16, filed with the Record 
Services Office of the Ministry of Transportation 
and Communications, at Toronto, on the 10th day of 
May, 1976. 

2. In the Township of Zorra in the County of 
Oxford being, 

(a) part of Lot 36 in each of concessions 8, 9 
and 10; and 



1. Schedule 128 to Regulation 394 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1970 is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor : | 

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(i) concessions 8 and 9, 



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O. Reg. 539/76 



(ii) concessions 9 and 10, 

(iii) the former Township of East Nis- 
souri and the Township of West 
Nissouri in the County of Middlesex, 
and 

(iv) the former Township of East Nis- 
souri and the Township of Blanshard 
in the County of Perth, 

and being that portion of the highway shown as 
PART I on Ministry of Transportation and Com- 
munications Plan P-4071-16, filed with the Record 
Services Office of the Ministry of Transportation 
and Communications, at Toronto, on the 10th day of 
May, 1976. 

3. In the Township of West Nissouri in the 
County of Middlesex being, 

(a) part of Lot 36 in each of concessions 6 and 7 ; 
and 

(b) part of the road allowance between, 

(i) concessions 5 and 6, 

(ii) concessions 6 and 7, 

(iii) the Township of West Nissouri and 
the former Township of East Nissouri 
in the County of Oxford, and 

(iv) the Township of West Nissouri and 
the Township of Blanshard in the 
County of Perth, 

and being that portion of the highway shown as 
PART 1 on Ministry of Transportation and Com- 
munications Plan P-4071-16, filed with the Record 
Services Office of the Ministry of Transportation 
and Communications, at Toronto, on the 10th day of 
May, 1976. 

6.06 miles, more or less. 

0. Reg. 538/76, s. 1. 



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THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 539/76. 

Restricted Areas — County of Norfolk 
(now The Regional Municipality of 
Haldimand-Norfolk) Township of 
Woodhouse (now City of Nanticoke). 

Made— June 17th, 1976. 

Filed— June 22nd, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 291/73 

MADE UNDER 

THE PLANNING ACT 

1. Section 38 of Ontario Regulation 291/73, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
321 /76, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 

38. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the lands described in Schedules 36, 38, 41, 
42, 43, 44 and 45 may be used for the erection and 
use thereon of one single-family dwelling and 
buildings and structures accessory thereto provided 
the requirements of section 9 and the following 
provisions are met : 

Minimum front yard 50 feet 

Minimum side yards 10 feet 

Minimum rear yard 50 feet 

Maximum area of lot to 

be covered by dwelling 15 per cent 



Minimum total floor 
area for dwelling 

Maximum height of 
dwelling 



1,100 square feet 

two and one-half storeys 
O. Reg. 539/76, s. 1. 



2. The said Regulation is amended by adding 
thereto the following Schedules: 

Schedule 42 

That parcel of land situate in the City of Nanticoke 
in The Regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk, 
formerly in the Township of Woodhouse in the 
County of Norfolk, being composed of lots 10 and 
11 on a Plan registered in the Land Registry Office 
for the Registry Division of Norfolk (No. 37) as 
Number 17B. O. Reg. 539 /76, s. 2, part. 



28 Schedule 43 



That parcel of land situate in the City of Nanticoke 
in The Regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk, 
formerly in the Township of Woodhouse in the 
County of Norfolk, being composed of that part of 
Lot 12 in Concession III designated as Part 3 on a 
Plan deposited in the Land Registry Office for the 
Registry Division of Norfolk (No. 37) as Number 
37R-644. O. Reg. 539 /76, s. 2, part. 

Schedule 44 



That parcel of land situate in the City of Nanticoke 
in The Regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk, 
formerly in the Township of Woodhouse in the 

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County of Norfolk, being composed of that part of 
Lot 14 in Concession V more particularly described 
as follows : 

Beginning at a place in the northerly limit of the said 
Lot 14 distant 431.2 feet, more or less, measured 
westerly along the northerly limit of the said Lot from 
the northeasterly angle of the said Lot, said place of 
beginning being distant also 552 feet, 2 inches 
measured easterly along the northerly limit of the 
said Lot from the limit between the east half and 
the west half of the said Lot ; 

Thence easterly along the northerly limit of the said 
Lot 125 feet to a point ; 

Thence southerly parallel to the easterly limit of the 
said Lot 250 feet to a point ; 

Thence westerly parallel to the northerly limit of 
the said Lot 125 feet to a point ; 

Thence northerly parallel to the easterly limit of the 
said Lot 250 feet to the place of beginning. O. Reg. 
539 176. s. 2. part. 

Schedule 45 

That parcel of land situate in the City of Nanticoke 
in The Regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk, 
formerly in the Township of Woodhouse in the 
County of Norfolk, being that part of Lot 14 in 
Concession V more particularly described as follows: 

Beginning at a place in the northerly limit of the said 
Lot 14 distant 306 feet measured westerly along the 
northerly limit of the said Lot from the northeasterly 
angle of the said Lot, said place of beginning being 
also distant 677 feet, 2 inches measured easterly 
along the northerly limit of the said Lot from the 
limit between the east half and the west half of the 
north half of the said Lot ; 

Thence southerly parallel to the easterly limit of 
the said Lot 250 feet to a point ; 

Thence westerly parallel to the northerly limit of 
the said Lot 125 feet, more or less, to the easterly 
limit of the land described in an Instrument 
registered in the Land Registry Office for the 
Registry Division of Norfolk (No. 37) as Number 
252157; 

Thence southerly and parallel to the easterly limit 
of the said Lot and being along the easterly limit 
of the land described in the said Instrument a 
distance of 854 feet, 4 inches to the southeasterly 
angle of the land described in the said Instrument ; 

Thence westerly parallel to the northerly limit of the 
said Lot and being along the southerly limit of the 
land described in the said Instrument a distance of 
552 feet, 2 inches to the Umit between the east 
half and the west half of the north half of the said 
Lot; 



Thence southerly along that last -mentioned limit 
1,118 feet to the limit between the north half and 
the south half of the said Lot ; 

Thence easterly along the said limit between the 
north half and the south half of the said Lot 983.4 
feet to the easterly limit of the said Lot ; 

Thence northerly along the said easterly limit 2,222 
feet, 4 inches to the northeasterly angle of the said 
Lot; 

Thence westerly along the northerly limit of the said 
Lot 306 feet to the place of beginning. O. Reg. 
539/76. s. 2, />ay<. 

G. M. Farkow 

Executive Director, 

Plans Administration Division, 

Ministry of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 17th day of June, 1976. 

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THE LAND TITLES ACT 

O. Reg. 549/76. 

Land Titles Divisions. 
Made— June 9th. 1976. 
FUed— June 23rd, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 554 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO. 

MADE UNDER 

THE LAND TITLES ACT 



1970 



1. Regulation 554 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1970 is amended by adding thereto 
the following section : 

21. Effective the 1st day of June, 1976, the 
operation of The Land Titles Act is extended to 
that part of the Township of East Zorra-Tavistock 
in the County of Oxford described in Schedule "A" 
to Order of The Ontario Municipal Board M74290 
as set out in Schedule 8. O. R^. 540/76, s. 1. 

2. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedule : 

Schedule 8 

Those parts of lots 21 and 22 in Concession 5 
of the Township of South Easthope in the County of 
Perth, designated as parts 1 and 2 on a reference 
plan of survey deposited in the Land Registry 
Office for the Registry Division of Perth (No. 44) 



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O. Reg. 542/76 



as Plan 44R-304, which said parts of lots were 
annexed, effective the 1st day of January, 1976 to 
the Township of East Zorra-Tavistock in the County 
of Oxford by Order of The Ontario Municipal 
Board M74290. O. Reg. 540 /76, s. 2. 



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THE PLANNING ACT 

O.Reg. 541/76. 

Restricted Areas — Improvement 

District of Temagami. 
Made— June 23rd, 1976. 
Filed— June 24th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 667 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 

MADE UNDER 

THE PLANNING ACT 



1970 



1. Section 5 of Regulation 667 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1970, as amended 
by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 561/72, 
section 2 of Ontario Regulation 355/73 and 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 875/74, is 
further amended by adding thereto the 
following subsection : 

(8) Notwithstanding subsection 1, an apartment 
building consisting of four dwelling units and 
buildings and structures accessory thereto may be 
erected and used on the land designated as Parcel 
PV.ll of the Township of Strathcona in the Land 
Registry Office for the Land Titles Division of 
Nipissing (No. 36). O. Reg. 541 /76, s. 1. 

G. M. Farrow 

Executive Director, 

Plans Administration Division, 

Ministry of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 23rd day of June, 1976. 

(8323) 28 

THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 542/76. 

Restricted Areas — County of Norfolk 
(now The Regional Municipality of 
Haldimand-Norfolk) Township of 
Charlotteville (now Township of 
Delhi). 

Made— June 23rd, 1976. 

Filed— June 24th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 286/73 

MADE UNDER 

THE PLANNING ACT 

1. Ontario Regulation 286/73 is amended by 
adding thereto the following section : 

68. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 87 may be 
used for the erection and use thereon of one single- 
family dwelling and buildings and structures acces- 
sory thereto provided the following requirements 
are met : 

Minimum front yard 45 feet 

Minimum side yards 36 feet 

Minimum rear yard 100 feet 

Minimum ground floor 

area for dwelling 1,000 square feet 



Maximum height of 
dwelling 



two and one-half storeys 
O. Reg. 542/76, s. 1. 



2. Schedule 82 to the said Regulation, as made 
by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 300/76 
and amended by section 2 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 362/76, is further amended by adding 
thereto the following paragraphs : 

11. That part of Lot 8 in Concession I more 
particularly described as follows : 

Bearings contained herein are astronomic and 
are referred to the meridian longitude 80° 22' 50' 
west; 

Beginning in the westerly limit of a given road 
at a place distant 370.22 feet measured on a 
course south 29° 25' 30" east from a point in 
the northerly limit of the said Lot 8 distant 
20 feet measured on a course south 59° 27' 
west along the said northerly limit from the 
northeasterly angle of the said Lot 8 ; 

Thence south 29° 25' 30' east along the westerly 
limit of the said given road 120 feet to an iron 
bar; 

Thence south 59° 27' west 181.5 feet to an iron 
bar; 

Thence north 29° 25' 30' west 120 feet to an iron 
bar; 

Thence north 59° 27' east 181.5 feet to the place 
of beginning. 

12. That part of Lot 3 in Concession II more 
particularly described as follows : 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 543/76 2979 



Premising the northerly limit of the said Lot to 
be on a course north 60° east ; 

Beginning at a place in the southerly limit 
of the northwest quarter of the said Lot distant 
658.68 feet measured westerly therealong from 
the westerly hmit of Charlton Street as shown 
on a Plan registered in the Land Registry 
Office for the Registry Division of Norfolk 
(No. 37) as Number 37B for the Village of 
Lynedoch ; 

Thence easterly along the said southerly limit 
211.20 feet to the westerly limit of the road 
established through the southwest quarter of 
the said Lot ; 

Thence north 25.75° west 20 feet to the northerly 
limit of the said road ; 

Thence north 60° along the said northerly limit 
447.48 feet to the westerly limit of Charlton 
Street ; 

Thence north 30"" west 289.08 feet along the said 
westerly limit to a point distant 809.3 feet 
measured southerly along the said limit from 
the southeasterly angle of Lot 7 in Block 21 
according to the said Plan 37B ; 

Thence south 80° 43' west 75.1 feet to a point ; 

Thence north 75° 29' west 109.2 feet to a point; 

Thence south 80° 04' west 314 feet to a ]X>int ; 

Thence south 5° 15' east 561 feet to the place of 
beginning. 

13. That part of Lot 13 in Concession IX more 
particularly described as follows : 

Beginning at a place in the northerly limit 
of the said Lot 13 distant 80.82 feet along the 
said northerly limit from the northwesterly 
angle of the said Lot ; 



Thence north 61° 40' east along the 
northerly limit 350.75 feet to an iron bar; 



said 



Thence south 28° 20' east 130 feet to an iron 
bar; 

Thence south 61° 40' west 377.28 feet, more 
or less, to the easterly limit of the land shown 
on a Plan registered in the Land Registry 
OflRce for the Registry Division of Norfolk 
(No. 37) as Number 466; 

Thence north 16° 48' west along the said easterly 
limit 132.68 feet to the place of beginning. 

3. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedule : 



Schedule 87 

That parcel of land situate in the Township 
of Delhi in The Regional Municipality of Haldimand- 
Norfolk, formerly in the Township of Charlotteville 
in the County of Norfolk, being that part of Lot 19 
in Concession 11 more particularly described as 
follows : 

Premising that the bearing of the westerly limit 
of the said Lot 19 is north 30° west and relating 
all bearings herein thereto ; 

Beginning at an iron bar distant 415.33 feet 
measured on a course of north 30° west along the 
westerly limit of the said Lot from the southwesterly 
angle of the said Lot ; 

Thence north 30° west along the westerly limit of 
the said Lot 150 feet to an iron bar ; 

Thence north 60° east 204.92 feet to an iron bar ; 

Thence south 30° east 150 feet to an iron bar; 

Thence south 60° west 204.92 feet to the place of 
beginning. O. Reg. 542 /76, s. 3. 

G. M. Farrow 

Executive Director, 

Plans Administration Division, 

Ministry of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 23rd day of June, 1976. 

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THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 543/76. 

Restricted Areas — County of Simcoe, 

Township of Tay. 
Made— June 23rd, 1976. 
Filed— June 24th. 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 108/75 

MADE UNDER 

THE PLANNING ACT 

1. Ontario Regulation 108/75 is amended by 
adding thereto the following sections ; 

42. Notwithstanding sections 7, 14 and 15, the 
land described in Schedule 16 may be used for the 
erection and use thereon of one single-family 
dwelling and buildings and structures accessory 
thereto provided all other requirements of this 
Order are met. O. Reg. 543/76, s. I, pari. 



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O. Reg. 543/76 



43. Notwithstanding section 18, the land described 
in Schedule 17 may be used for the erection and 
use thereon of one single-family dwelling and build- 
ings and structures accessory thereto provided all 
other requirements of this Order are met. O. Reg. 
543/76, s. \,part. 

44. Notwithstanding section 29, the land described 
in Schedule 18 may be used for the erection and 
use thereon of a cottage and buildings and structures 
accessory thereto provided all other requirements 
of this Order are met. O. Reg. 543 /76, s. 1, part. 

2. Schedule 2 to the said Regulation, as remade 
by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 454/75 
and amended by section 1 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 673/75 and section 2 of Ontario 
Regulation 372/76, is further amended by 
adding thereto the following paragraphs : 

8. That part of Lot 6 in Concession VI in the 
Township of Tay being composed of Part 1 on a 
Plan deposited in the Land Registry Office for 
the Registry Division of Simcoe (No. 51) as 
Number 51 R-2247. 

9. That part of Lot 3 in Concession I in the 
Township of Tay, being composed of Parts 1, 
2 and 3 on a Plan deposited in the Land 
Registry Office for the Registry Division of 
Simcoe (No. 51) as Number 51R-5579. 

10. That part of Lot 5 in Concession VI in the 
Township of Tay being composed of Part 1 on 
a Plan deposited in the Land Registry Office 
for the Registry Division of Simcoe (No. 51) as 
Number 51 R-5326. 

3. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedules : 

Schedule 16 

That parcel of land situate in the Township of 
Tay in the County of Simcoe, being Part 4 on a 
Plan deposited in the Land Registry Office for the 
Registry Division of Simcoe (No. 51) as Number 
51R-1218. O. Reg. 543/76, s. 3, ^ar<. 

Schedule 17 

That parcel of land situate in the Township 
of Tay in the County of Simcoe, being composed 
of that part of the east half of Lot 10 in Concession 
X more particularly described as follows: 

Premising that Percy Street according to a Plan 
registered in the Land Registry Office for the 
Registry Division of Simcoe (No. 5) as Number 387, 
has a bearing of north 32° 44' 30" west and relating 
all bearings herein thereto ; 



Beginning at a place, marked by an iron bar in the 
westerly limit of Percy Street as follows: 

Commencing at the northeasterly corner of the said 
Lot 10; 

Thence south 57° 50' west along the northerly limit 
of the said Lot 184.54 feet to a point ; 

Thence south 57° 43' west continuing along the said 
northerly limit 375 72 feet to a point ; 

Thence south 57° 12' west continuing along the said 
northerly limit 233.37 feet to a point ; 

Thence south 57° 00' 30" west continuing along the 
said northerly limit 330 feet to a point ; 

Thence south 58° 05' west continuing along the said 
northerly limit 66 feet to the westerly limit of Oak 
Street according to a Plan registered in the said 
Land Registry Office as Number 248 ; 

Thence south 32° 44' 30" east along the westerly 
limit of Oak Street and its continuation southerly, 
being also the said westerly limit of Percy Street, 
a total distance of 617.44 feet to the place of 
beginning ; 

Thence south 32° 44' 30" east along the said westerly 
limit 50 feet to an iron bar ; 

Thence south 57° 15' 30" west 150.15 feet to an iron 
bar; 

Thence north 32° 44' 30" west parallel with the said 
westerly limit of Percy Street 50 feet to an iron bar ; 

Thence north 57° 15' 30" east 150.15 feet to the place 
of beginning. O. Reg. 543/76, s. 3, part. 



Schedule 18 

That parcel of land situate in the Township of Tay 
in the County of Simcoe, being Lot 50 according to a 
Plan registered in the Land Registry Office for the 
Registry Division of Simcoe (No. 51) as Number 
1474. O. Reg. 543 /76, s. 3, part. 



G. M. Farrow 

Executive Director, 

Plans Administration Division, 

Ministry of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 23rd day of June, 1976 
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O. Reg. 544/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



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July 17th, 1976 



THE HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 544/76. 

Dump Vehicle Inspection. 
Made— June 23rd, 1976. 
Filed— June 28th, 1976. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 
THE HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

DUMP VEHICLE INSPECTION 

1. In this Regulation, 

(a) "dump vehicle" means a commercial motor 
vehicle used for the transf)ortation and 
dumping or spreading of sand, gravel, 
earth, crushed or uncut rock, slag, rubble, 
salt, calcium chloride, snow, ice or any 
mixture thereof, asphalt mixes or scrap 
metal ; and 

{b) "sticker" means a vehicle inspection sticker. 
O. Reg. 544 /76, s. 1. 

2. — (1) Dump vehicles are prescribed as a type 
or class of vehicle to which section 57a of the Act 
applies. 

(2) Subsection 1 does not apply to an unladen 
dump vehicle or to a dump vehicle for which a 
permit has been issued under this Act authorizing 
a gross weight of 18,000 pounds, or less. O. Reg. 
544/76,5.2. 

3. A dump vehicle shall be inspected and tested 
in accordance with the procedures set out in 
Schedule 1 . O. Reg. 544 /76, s. 3. 

4. Where the dump vehicle has been inspected 
and is found to comply with the inspection 
standards, the licensee of the station, a person 
authorized in writing by the licensee or the motor 
vehicle inspection mechanic who inspected the dump 
vehicle shall, 

(a) on the reverse side of the sticker indicate, 

(i) the date of inspection, and 

(ii) the licence number of the motor 
vehicle inspection station ; and 



{b) affix the sticker on the inner surface of the 
windshield of the dump vehicle and as close 
as practicable to the top centre of the 
windshield. O. Reg. 544/76, s. 4. 

5. A sticker is valid until the date shown on the 
back thereof. O. Reg. 544 /76, s. 5. 

6. — (1) Where a sticker is damaged or destroyed 
during its period of validity, a replacement shall be 
issued only by the station which issued the sticker. 

(2) Where a sticker has been replaced by the 
station referred to in subsection 1 , the licensee shall 
indicate on his records that such sticker is a replace- 
ment. O. Reg. 544/76, s. 6. 

7. Where, upon the sale or transfer of a dump 
vehicle, the owner has obtained a safety standards 
certificate under section 586 of the Act, the dump 
vehicle shall be deemed to have met the inspection 
requirements of this Regulation and the licensee, 
a person authorized in writing by the licensee 
or the motor vehicle inspection mechanic inspecting 
the dump vehicle shall affix on the dump vehicle a 
sticker in the manner prescribed by section 4 at the 
time of issuing the safety standards certificate. 
O.Reg. 544/76. s. 7. 

8. Section 2 comes into force on the 1st day of 
September, 1976. O. Reg. 544/76, s. 8. 

Schedule 1 

INSPECTION AND TESTING PROCEDURES 
AND STANDARDS FOR DUMP VEHICLES 

BODY WORK 

1. — (1) The body, sheet metal and equipment 
shall be inspected and tested for conditions hazardous 
to occupants, pedestrians or vehicles and, 

(a) each bumper shall be securely mounted ; 

(6) no bumper, fender, molding or other sheet 
metal shall have a broken, bent or sharp 
edge that protrudes in such a way as to 
constitute a hazard to pedestrians or 
vehicles ; 

(c) no fender shall have been removed, and 
each truck mud flap, where applicable, 
shall be in position ; 



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{d) each occupant compartment door shall open 
freely when the release mechanism is 
actuated and shall close securely ; 

(e) no hood latch shall be missing or fail to 
hold the hood closed and no safety catch, 
in the case of a front opening hood, shall 
be missing or inoperative ; 

(/) no tilt cab latch shall be missing or fail 
to hold the tilt cab latched and no safety 
catch shall be missing or inoperative ; 

ig) each occupant seat shall be securely mounted 
and shall maintain its position and ad- 
justment; 

(h) if fitted, a driver's sun visor shall function 
as intended ; 

(i) where required under the provisions of 
the Motor Vehicle Safety Act (Canada), 
no seat belt assembly or its anchorages 
shall have been removed, rendered partly 
or wholly inoperative, or modified so as to 
reduce their effectiveness ; 

{j) if fitted with seat belt assemblies, each 
belt anchorage shall be secure ; 

(k) if fitted with seat belt assemblies, each 
belt buckle and retractor shall operate as 
intended ; and 

(/) if fitted with seat belt assemblies, no belt 
webbing shall be visibly damaged so as to 
reduce its effectiveness. 



(2) The frame and underbody shall be inspected 
and, 

{a) no chassis frame member shall be visibly 
cracked, perforated by corrosion, or have 
loose or missing connecting fasteners; and 

(b) the underbody, excluding the underbody 
of a separate cargo body, shall not be 
visibly perforated by rust or otherwise 
damaged, or have any opening other than 
those intended by the original manu- 
facturer, that could allow entry of exhaust 
gases. 



(3) The condition and security of mounting of 
each rear view mirror shall be inspected and, 

(a) no inside rear view mirror shall have been 
removed except on a motor vehicle having 
no rear window or having a rear window 
that is permanently obstructed by the body 
of the vehicle ; 



(6) each mirror shall be securely mounted ; 



(c) no mirror shall be cracked or broken or 
have any reduction in reflecting surface 
owing to deterioration of silvering; and 

(d) in the case of a motor vehicle where there 
is no rear window, or the view through the 
rear window is restricted in such a way 
as not to afford a driver a clear view to 
the rear of the motor vehicle, the outside 
rear view mirror or mirrors shall not be 
missing. 

(4) The windshield and windows shall be in- 
spected and tested and, 

{a) no material that obstructs vision shall be 
fitted in place of glazing in the windshield 
or in any side window to the left or right 
of the driver's seat ; 

(b) no glazing material in the windshield 
or in any side window to the left or right 
of the driver's seat shall be crazed, 
clouded or fogged ; 

(c) no glazing material shall have exposed 
sharp edges or any part missing ; 

(d) there shall be no star, stone chip or crack 
in the area of the windshield swept by the 
driver's wiper blade, that may interfere 
with a driver's vision; and 

{e) the window, adjacent to the driver's 
seating position, shall open readily to 
permit a signal to be given by means of 
the hand and arm. 



(5) The 
tested and, 



fuel system shall be inspected and 



(a) no mounting or attachment shall be missing 
or insecure; 

(b) no filler cap shall be missing or insecure; 
and 

(c) no leakage shall be present at any point 
in the fuel system. 

(6) The exhaust system, including exhaust mani- 
folds, shall be inspected and tested and. 



I 



(a) no exhaust pipe, muffler or tail pipe shall 
be missing or insecurely mounted ; 

(6) no leakage shall be present at any point 
in the exhaust system, except through 
drain holes provided by the manufacturer ; 
and 

(f ) no component shall be so located as to cause 
charring or other heat damage to any 
wiring, fuel line, brake line or combustible 
material of the vehicle. 



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(7) Where a fifth wheel is installed, it shall be 
inspected and, 

(a) the fifth wheel shall be fastened securely 
to the vehicle ; 

(6) in the case of a fifth wheel secured to the 
vehicle frame by means of U-bolts, positive 
stops shall be provided to prevent the fifth 
wheel from shifting on the frame ; 

(c) the jaw closure mechanism and locking 
system shall be in good working order 
and shall not be broken, cracked or 
excessively worn ; and 

(d) the slider mechanism, if fitted, shall lock 
securely and shall not show any signs of 
failure or excess wear. 



(8) If installed, the trailer hitch, hitch mounting 
and connecting devices for safety cables and chains 
shall be inspected and tested and. 



(fl) no trailer hitch or towing structure, to 
which a trailer hitch is attached shall 
be insecurely mounted ; 

(b) no latch mechanism shall fail to close 
securely; 

(f) no part shall be missing, cracked, broken, 
excessively bent, seized or excessively 
worn; 

(d) no cast or forged hitch shall show any 
indication that repairs have been made by 
means of brazing or welding ; and 

{e) no connecting devices provided at the rear 
of a vehicle for the attachment of a safety 
chain or cable shall be insecurely fastened, 
missing, cracked, broken or excessively 
worn. 

2. — (1) Brake drums or dust shields shall be 
removed from the axles, as set out in the Table, for 
internal examination of brake assemblies. 



TABLE 



Column 1 Column 2 

Inspection Power Units with drum type hydraulic 

or boosted hydraulic brakes on one or 
more driving axles 



Column 3 

Power Units with drum type full air 
brakes on one or more driving axles 



July 15th 

to 
Dec. 31st 



Remove the brake drum from the right 
side of the rearmost driving axle 



Remove the complete dust shield as- 
semblies from both sides of the rearmost 
driving axle 



(a) In the case of an air-braked vehicle 
having non-removable dust shields or dust 
shields not accessible for removal, the 
brake drum specified in Column 2 of the 
Table shall be removed. 

(b) When the brakes are applied and released, 
any wheel brake assembly, including one 
on any non-driving axle, that gives visual 
or aural indication that a defect may 
exist and cannot be verified except by 
removal of its brake drum or caliper 
assembly, then that drum or caliper as- 
sembly shall be removed. 

(c) Where a brake drum or disc brake pads 
have been removed, the brake drum or disc 
and all operating and structural com- 
ponents of the brake system shall be 
inspected and tested and, 

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(i) no drum or disc shall have any 
external crack or cracks on the 
friction surface, other than normal 
heat check cracks, that reach the 
edge of the drum bore or jjeriphery 
of the disc ; 

(ii) no drum or disc shall have any 
mechanical damage to the friction 
surface, other than that which may 
be attributed to normal wear ; 

(iii) no ventilated disc shall have broken 
or visibly cracked cooling fins ; 

(iv) no inside diameter of a drum shall 
be greater than and no thickness 
of a disc shall be less than the 
dimension stamped on the drum or 
disc or where the dimension is not 



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stamped on the drum or disc, the 
vehicle manufacturer's limit for re- 
machining plus fifty per cent of 
remachine allowance for wear ; 

(v) no bonded lining shall be thinner 
than one-sixteenth of an inch when 
measured at the thinnest point, 
and the surface of a riveted or 
bolted lining shall not be closer 
than one-sixteenth of an inch to 
any rivet or bolt head ; 

(vi) no lining of a disc brake assembly 
shall be worn to the extent that a 
wear indicator is in contact with 
the rotor ; 

(vii) no brake lining shall be broken or 
loose on its shoe or pad ; 

(viii) no brake lining shall show evidence 
of contamination such as to effect 
braking performance ; 

(ix) no brake cylinder shall show evidence 
of leakage ; 

(x) no mechanical or structural part 
shall be misaligned, badly worn, 
cracked, broken, binding, seized, 
missing or insecure and no grease 
retainer shall be leaking or missing ; 

(xi) no brake piston in a drum brake 
shall fail to move when moderate 
pressure is applied to the brake 
pedal ; and 

(xii) no automatic adjuster shall be in- 
operative. 



(d) Where dust shields only have been re- 
moved or disc brake pads have not been 
removed, all visible operating and structural 
components of the brake assembly shall 
be inspected and tested and. 



(i) when the brakes are applied and 
released there shall not be visible 
or aural indication that any com- 
ponent is defective, and all brake 
shoes or pads shall make full contact 
with the brake drum or disc and 
shall release immediately without 
indication of binding ; 

(ii) no drum or disc shall have any 
external crack or cracks on the 
friction surface, other than normal 
heat check cracks, that reach the 
edge of the drum bore or periphery 
of the disc ; 



(iii) no drum or disc shall have any 
mechanical damage to the friction 
surface, other than that which may 
be attributed to normal wear; 

(iv) no ventilated disc shall have broken 
or visibly cracked cooling fins; 

(v) no inside diameter of a drum shall 
be greater than and no thickness of 
a disc shall be less than the dimension 
stamped on the drum or disc or where 
the dimension is not stamped on the 
drum or disc, the vehicle manu- 
facturer's limit for remachining plus 
fifty per cent of remachine allowance 
for wear ; 

(vi) no bonded lining shall be thinner 
than one-sixteenth of an inch when 
measured at the thinnest point, and 
the surface of a riveted or bolted 
lining shall not be closer than one- 
sixteenth of an inch to any rivet 
or bolt head ; 

(vii) no lining of a disc brake assembly 
shall be worn to the extent that a 
wear indicator is in contact with the 
rotor ; 

(viii) no brake lining shall be broken or 
loose on its shoe or pad ; 

(ix) no brake lining shall show evidence 
of contamination such as to effect 
braking performance ; 

(x) there shall be no indication that any 
mechanical or structural part is 
misaligned, badly worn, cracked, 
broken, bent, binding, seized, miss- 
ing or insecure ; and 

(xi) no automatic adjuster shall be in- 
operative. 

(2) The air chamber stroke of each cam-actyated 
brake, and the shoe to drum clearance of each 
wedge-actuated brake having an inspection opening 
through which measurements can be taken, shall be 
measured with their drums installed and, 

{a) in the case of a cam-actuated full air 
brake, the stroke of the air chamber push 
rod shall not exceed the limit designated 
by the manufacturer at which time readjust- 
ment is recommended, or eighty per cent 
of the full stroke if the former is not 
designated ; and 

(b) in the case of a wedge-actuated brake, 
the shoe to drum clearance shall not be in 
excess of sixty-thousandths of an inch 
with the brakes fully released. 



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(3) All hydraulic, vacuum and air system com- 
ponents, which are external to the wheel brakes, 
including reservoirs, fittings, valves, supports, hose 
clamps, connections, air chambers, air cleaners, and 
hoses and tubes other than those portions that are 
within structures and not visible, shall be inspected 
and tested and. 

(a) with vacuum boost or air system fully 
charged, there shall be no hydraulic, 
vacuum or air leak in the service brake 
system when the service brakes are fully 
applied and released ; 

(b) no hydraulic, air or vacuum hose or tube 
shall be abraded, restricted, crimped, 
cracked, broken or be so located as to 
chafe against a component or have damaged 
or missing clamps or supports ; 

(c) the hydraulic fluid level in any reservoir 
shall not be below the minimum level as 
specified by the manufacturer or where no 
specification is made by the manufacturer, 
no more than one-quarter inch below the 
lowest edge of each filler opening ; and 

(d) the vacuum system or air compressor air 
cleaner shall not be clogged. 



(4) All mechanical components of the service, 
parking and emergency brake systems, which are 
external to the wheel or drive shaft brakes, 
shall be inspected and tested and no mechanical 
part shall be misaligned, insecure, excessively 
worn, broken, binding, seized, missing or frayed. 

(5) In the case of a motor vehicle equipped with 
hydraulic service brakes, the hydraulic system and 
related warning devices shall be tested and, 

(a) a hydraulic master cylinder push rod shall 
be properly adjusted; 

(b) in the case of a vehicle equipped with 
dual circuit hydraulic brakes, the brake 
failure warning lamp shall be operative; 

(c) with moderate foot force maintained on 
the service brake pedal for ten seconds and, 
in the case of power boosted brakes, with 
the engine running, the service brake pedal 
shall not move towards the applied position ; 
and 

{d) with heavy foot force appHed to the service 
brake pedal and, in the case of pxDwer 
boosted brakes, with the engine running, 

(i) the total pedal travel shall not 
exceed eighty per cent of the total 
available travel, and 



(ii) on a vehicle equipped with dual 
circuit hydraulic brakes, the brake 
failure warning lamp shall not come 
on. 

(6) In the case of a motor vehicle equipped with 
power boosted hydraulic brakes, after the engine 
has been stopped and the vacuum, air or hydraulic 
boost has been depleted, the power boosted system 
shall be tested by holding moderate pressure on the 
service brake pedal and after starting the engine, 
the pedal shall move towards the applied position. 

(7) In the case of a commercial motor vehicle 
equipped with air boosted hydraulic brakes or full 
air brakes, the air system shall be inspected and 
tested and, 

(a) the compressor drive belt, if fitted, shall 
have correct tension, and shall not be cut, 
frayed or excessively worn ; 

(6) with the engine running at a fast idle, 
the time required to build air pressure 
from fifty pounds p)er square inch gauge 
to ninety pounds per square inch gauge 
shall not exceed three minutes ; 

(c) the low pressure warning device shall 
operate when the air pressure is reduced 
to the fifty to seventy pounds per square 
inch gauge range ; 

(d) the governor cut-in and cut-out pressures 
shall not be lower than or higher than that 
specified by the vehicle manufacturer or, 
if not specified by the vehicle manu- 
facturer, eighty pwunds per square inch 
gauge and one hundred and thirty-five 
pounds per square inch gauge respectively ; 

(e) with the air brake system fully charged 
and engine stopped, air pressure drop shall 
not exceed, 

(i) with the service brakes released, 
two pounds per square inch in one 
minute, 

(ii) with the service brakes fully applied, 
three pounds per square inch in one 
minute ; and 

(/) with the air brake system fully charged 
and immediately after the engine is stopped, 
the compressed air reserve shall be suffi- 
cient to permit one full service brake 
application from fully charged system 
pressure without lowering reservoir pres- 
sure more than twenty per cent. 

(8) In the case of a commercial motor vehicle 
equipped with vacuum boosted hydraulic brakes, 
the vacuum gauge and low vacuum warning device, 
if fitted, shall be tested and. 



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(a) the vacuum gauge shall be operative; and 

(b) with engine stopped, the warning device 
shall operate before the vacuum reserve 
drops to less than eight inches of mercury, 
or if no vacuum gauge is fitted, there 
shall be at least one boosted brake appli- 
cation available after the warning device 
operates. 

(9) The parking brake shall be tested by fully 
applying the control and then releasing it and, 

(a) the brake, while set in the fully applied 
position and not held by foot or hand force, 
or by hydraulic or air pressure, shall hold 
the vehicle stationary against the engine 
at a light throttle setting for a few seconds 
both in reverse gear and in low forward 
gear ; and 

(b) the brake shall fully release when the 
release control is operated. 

(10) In the case of a commercial motor vehicle, 
the emergency brake system, if fitted, shall be 
tested by fully applying the control and then 
releasing it and, 

(a) the brakes, while set in the fully applied 
position, with the transmission in a low 
forward gear, shall hold the vehicle station- 
ary against the engine at a light throttle 
setting for a few seconds ; 

(b) there shall be reserve travel available 
beyond the full brake application position ; 
and 

(c) the brakes shall fully release when the 
release control is operated. 

(11) The service brake system shall be tested for 
maximum performance and integrity by stopping thf 
vehicle from a speed of not more than ten miles 
per hour with heavy pedal force on a dry, smooth, 
hard paved surface free from loose material and, 

(a) each wheel brake, other than a heavy truck 
front wheel brake and a wheel brake con- 
trolled by an anti-lock or brake propor- 
tioning device, shall cause its wheel to slide ; 

(b) no component shall fail ; and 

(c) no wheel brake shall fail to release im- 
mediately. 

(12) The service brake system shall be tested for 
brake pull on a suitable brake testing machine 
or by stopping the vehicle from a speed of twenty 
miles per hour in the shortest possible distance on a 
substantially level, dry, smooth, hard paved surface 
free from loose material without locking any wheel 
brake, and there shall be no brake pull either 
to the left or to the right. 



ENGINE CONTROLS AND STEERING 

3. — (1) The complete accelerator hnkage system 
shall be inspected and tested while the engine is 
running and the vehicle is stationary with the 
transmission in neutral and no component shall 
be missing, damaged, worn or out of adjustment so 
as to prevent the engine speed dropping to idle 
when the accelerator pedal is released. 

(2) In the case of power boosted steering, the 
power steering drive belt and reservoir fluid level 
shall be inspected, and with the engine running, the 
hydraulic system shall be inspected for leaks and, 

(a) the power steering drive belt shall not be 
missing, cut, frayed or excessively worn, 
and shall have correct tension; 

(b) the fluid in the power steering reservoir 
shall not be lower than the minimum level 
specified by the vehicle manufacturer; and 

(c) the hydraulic system shall not show exces- 
sive fluid leakage. 

(3) The steering column and box shall be inspected 
and tested and, 

(a) the steering column and box shall not be 
loose in their mountings to the body and 
frame ; 

(b) no bolt or nut shall be loose or missing 
from a mounting ; and 

(c) steering shaft couplings and splines shall 
not have excessive play. 

(4) Front wheel alignment shall be inspected while 
all wheels are on the ground and the front wheels are 
in the straight ahead position, and they shall not 
be visibly out of alignment. 

(5) The steering mechanism shall be tested for 
free movement while the front wheels are on the 
ground in the straight ahead position and, in the 
case of a vehicle having power boosted steering, 
the test shall be carried out while the engine is 
running and, 

(a) free movement of the steering wheel rim, 
with no movement of the front wheels, 
shall not exceed the limit designated by 
the vehicle manufacturer or, in a case where 
the limit is not designated, two and 
three-quarter inches; and 

(b) there shall not be excessive play in any 
steering linkage joint. 

(6) The steering mechanism shall be tested for 
freedom of movement while the front wheels are 
on the ground and, in the case of a vehicle 
equipped with power boosted steering with the 



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engine operating, and the front wheels shall turn 
from full right to full left and back again w-ithout 
interference or indication of roughness in the 
mechanism. 

(7) The steering linkage shall be inspected and 
tested for wear, damage and maladjustment while 
the front wheels are off the ground and the vehicle 
is supported so that the steering linkage assumes 
its normal attitude and, 

(a) without movement of the opposite wheel, 
no front wheel shall have play about a 
vertical axis in excess of one-half of an inch 
as measured at the extreme front or rear 
of the tire tread face ; 

(6) no part of a steering linkage system shall 
be damaged, repaired or modified so as to 
visibly weaken the linkage system or affect 
the proper steering of the vehicle ; and 

(f) no nut, bolt or cotter pin shall be loose, 
excessively worn or missing. 

SUSPENSION 

4. — (1) Inner control arm pivots, king pins and 
front suspension ball joints shall be inspected for 
wear and damage while the wheels of the vehicle are 
off the ground so that the suspension joints are not 
under load and, 

(a) no non-load carrying ball joint shall show 
any perceptible play ; 

(b) no load-carrying ball joint shall have play 
in excess of that specified by the vehicle 
manufacturer ; 

(c) in the case of king pins, no front wheel 
shall have a rocking play about a horizontal 
axis in excess of one-half of an inch as 
measured at the extreme top or bottom of 
the tire tread face ; 

{d) no control arm inner pivot shall have 
excessive play ; 

(e) no wheel bearing shall give indication of 
excessive wear or damage when the bearing 
is rotated ; and 

(/) no wheel bearing shall be maladjusted so 
as to result in excessive play or binding. 

(2) Front and rear springs, shackles. U-bolts, 
centre-bolts, radius rods, shock-absorbers, equalizers, 
stabilizers, and attachments thereto, shall be in- 
spected, and none shall be loose, bent, cracked, 
broken, disconnected or missing. 

(3) The rear axle or axles shaU be inspected 
for alignment and the rear axle or axles shall not 
be tracking improperly so as to adversely affect 
control of the vehicle. 



(4) The air suspension system, if fitted, shall be 
inspected and tested and, 

(a) in the case of a vehicle equipped with full 
air brakes, when the engine is started with 
zero gauge air pressure in the entire air 
system, including the air brake system, air 
shall not begin to flow into the suspension 
system before fifty-five pounds per square 
inch gauge is reached in the brake system ; 

(b) with air in the suspension system at normal 
operating pressure and retractable axles in 
both up and down positions, there shall be 
no air leakage ; 

(c) Mrith air in the susjjension system at normal 
operating pressure, the vehicle body and 
chassis frame shall be supported clear of all 
axles and shall not lean to one side ; and 

(d) with air in the suspension system at normal 
operating pressure, each retractable axle 
shall respond properly to its axle lift 
control switch or valve. 



ELECTRICAL 

5. — (1) The horn shall be inspected and tested 
and, 

{a) the horn shall not be loose on its mounting; 
and 

(6) the horn shall function. 



(2) The windshield washer and defroster systems, 
if fitted, and the windshield wiper system shall be 
inspected and tested and, 

(a) each wiper arm and blade assembly shall 
sweep the original intended area; 

(6) no part of the windshield wiper system 
shall be missing, badly worn or deteriorated 
so as to impair its effectiveness ; 

(c) the windshield washer system shall function : 
and 

(d) the windshield defroster system shall deliver 
air to the windshield. 

(3) In the case of a vehicle originally equipped 
with a neutral safety starting switch, it shall be 
tested and, 

(a) the neutral safety starting switch shall not 
have been removed ; and 

(6) the starter shall operate only with the gear 
selector or transmission in "P" (Park) or 
"N" (Neutral). 



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6. — (1) Prescribed lamps and reflectors shall be 
inspected and tested and, 

(a) a circuit shall light the filaments of the 
prescribed lamps when the appropriate 
switch position is applied, and the operation 
of any circuit shall not interfere with the 
operation of any other circuit ; 

(b) a lens or reflex reflector shall be correctly 
installed and shall not be discoloured or 
missing in whole or in part ; 

(c) each lamp and reflector shall be securely 
mounted on the vehicle and none shall be 
missing; 

(d) the turn signal flasher unit shall operate 
properly and no indicator lamp shall fail 
to flash ; 

(e) no headlamp shall be coated with a coloured 
lacquer ; and 

(/) no headlamp shall be modified by the 
attachment to the lamp or to the vehicle 
of any device that reduces the effective 
area of the lens or brightness of the light. 



(2) A headlamp alignment inspection shall be 
carried out after front wheel alignment, rear axle 
tracking, beam switching and functioning of bulbs 
have been inspected, tested and have met the 
prescribed standards and, 

(a) in the case of headlamps inspected using 
mechanical aimers set to zero for vertical 
aim, compensated for the floor slope and 
mounted on the headlamps in accordance 
with the manufacturer's instructions, the 
mechanical limits shall be, 

(i) not higher than four units up nor 
lower than four units down and, 

(ii) not more than four units to the 
left nor more than four units to the 
right, 

as shown on the scales of the aimers ; 



{b) in the case of a dual beam or type "2" 
headlamp inspected visually on the low or 
passing beam, 



(i) the top edge of the low beam high- 
intensity zone shall be not more than 
four inches above nor more than four 
inches below the horizontal centre- 
line of the lamp, and 

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(ii) the left edge of the low beam high- 
intensity zone shall be not more than 
four inches to the left nor more than 
four inches to the right of the vertical 
centre-line of the lamp, 

as measured on a screen placed twenty- 
five feet in front of the lamp or its equivalent 
using a headlamp testing machine which 
has been compensated for floor slope and 
aligned with the vehicle in accordance 
with the manufacturer's instructions; and 

(c) in the case of a single beam or type "1" 
headlamp insf)ected visually on the high or 
upper beam, the centre of the high beam 
high-intensity zone shall be, 

(i) not more than four inches above 
nor more than four inches below the 
horizontal centre-line of the lamp, 
and 

(ii) not more than four inches to the left 
nor more than four inches to the 
right of the vertical centre-line of 
the lamp, 

as measured on a screen placed twenty- 
five feet in front of the lamp, or its equivalent 
using a headlamp testing machine which 
has been compensated for floor slope and 
aligned with the vehicle in accordance 
with the manufacturer's instructions. 



TIRES AND WHEELS 

7. — (1) In this section, "construction type" means 
a type of tire carcass such as bias ply, belted- 
bias and radial ply and does not include variations 
in cord material such as rayon, polyester and 
nylon used in building a tire carcass. 

(2) All tires installed on axles shall be inspected 
for depth of tread, tread defects, sidewall defects, 
proper size application, regrooving, and mixed 
construction types and, 

(a) except for front tires, no tire shall be worn 
sufficiently, 

(i) for the tread wear indicators to 
contact the road, or 

(ii) that less than two thirty-seconds of 
an inch of tread depth remains, 

in any two adjacent major grooves at three 
equally spaced intervals around the cir- 
cumference of the tire ; 



(b) in the case of front tires, no tire shall be "^ 
worn sufficiently that less than four thirty- 
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in any two adjacent major grooves at 
three equally spaced intervals around 
the circumference of the tire ; 

(c) no tire shall have exposed cord at worn 
spots; 

{d) no tire shall have tread or sidewall cuts or 
snags deep enough to expose the cords ; 

{e) no tire shall have any abnormal visible 
bump, bulge or knot ; 

(/) no tire shall have been regrooved or 
recut below the original new tire groove 
depth, other than tires specially designed 
for such recutting and marked as being 
tires so designed ; 

ig) no tire shall be of a smaller size than the 
vehicle manufacturer's specified minimum 
size or be sufficiently oversized as to 
contact any vehicle component which may 
affect the safe operation of the vehicle ; 

(A) no mixture of construction types or sizes, 
except where claimed to be equivalent by 
tire manufacturers, shall be fitted on an 
axle; 

(f) tires in a dual tire set shall not be in 
contact with each other or differ from each 
other in overall diameter by more than 
one-half of an inch or in circumference by 
more than one and one-half inches ; and 

(j) no vehicle shall be fitted with a tire which 
bears a mark indicating restricted use such 
as "not for highway use" or "farm use 
only". 

(3) All wheels installed on axles shall be inspected 
for defects and damage and, 

(a) no wheel stud, bolt, clamp, nut or lug shall 
be loose, missing, damaged, broken, mis- 
matched or have insufficient thread en- 
gagement ; 

{b) no disc wheel assembly shall have any 
visible crack, elongated bolt hole, indication 
of repair by welding, or be so bent or 
damaged as to affect the safe operation 
of the vehicle ; 

(f) no wheel rim or lock ring shall be 
mismatched, bent, sprung, or otherwise 
damaged so as to affect the safe operation 
of the vehicle ; and 

(d) no cast wheel shall show evidence of 



excessive wear in the clamp area. 
544/76, Sched. 1. 



O. Reg. 



THE HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O.Reg. 545/76. 

Safety Standards Certification. 
Made— June 23rd, 1976. 
Filed— June 28th, 1976. 



(8346) 



REGULATION TO AMEND 
ONTARIO REGULATION 477/74 

MADE UNDER 
THE HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

1. Section 1 of Ontario Regulation 477/74 is 
amended by adding thereto the following 
clause: 

(d) "sticker" means a vehicle inspection sticker. 
O. Reg. 477/74. s. 1; O. Reg. 545/76, s. 1. 

2. Section 2 of the said Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor : 

2. — (1) Stations are classified as follows : 

(a) Class F is a fleet station ; 

(6) Class G is a station operated by, 

(i) Her Majesty the Queen in right of 
Canada or Ontario, 

(ii) a municipality, or 

(iii) a school board or commission on 
behalf of a municipality ; and 

(c) Class P is any station other than a Class 
F or G station. 



(2) Upon the payment of the fees prescribed by 
subsection 1 of section 18, 

(a) the holder of a Class F licence may apply 
to have the licence changed to a Class P 
licence ; and 

(b) the holder of a Class P licence may apply 
to have the licence changed to a Class F 
licence. O. Reg. 545 /76. s. 2. 



3. Section 4 of the said Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor ; 

4. — (1) It is a condition of every licence that 
the licensee shall, 

(a) own or lease the premises in which the 
inspections are carried out ; and 



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(2) It is a condition of every Class F and G 
licence that the licensee shall not issue or authorize 
any person to issue a certificate or affix or authorize 
any person to affix a sticker unless the certificate 
or sticker is for a vehicle for which a permit or 
validated permit has been issued in the name of the 
licensee. 

(3) It is a condition of every licence that, 

(a) a safety standards certificate for a used 
motor vehicle, except a motorcycle or an 
historic vehicle shall not be issued unless 
the used motor vehicle has been inspected 
and tested in accordance with the pro- 
cedures set out in Schedule 1 and is found to 
comply with the standards set out in 
Schedule 1 ; 

(b) a safety standards certificate for a used 
motorcycle shall not be issued unless the 
motorcycle has been inspected and tested 
in accordance with the procedures set out in 
Schedule 2 and is found to comply with 
the standards set out in Schedule 2 ; 

(c) a safety standards certificate for an historic 
vehicle, as defined in clause b of section 1 of 
Regulation 418 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1970, shall not be issued unless the 
historic vehicle has been inspected and 
tested in accordance with the procedures 
set out in Schedule 3 and is found to 
comply with the standards set out in 
Schedule 3 ; and 

{d) a sticker for a dump vehicle as defined 
in section 1 of Ontario Regulation 544/76 
shall not be issued unless the dump 
vehicle has been inspected and tested in 
accordance with the procedures set out in 
Schedule 1 of Ontario Regulation 544/76 
and is found to comply with the standards 
set out in the said Schedule 1. O. Reg. 
545/76,s. 3. 



4. Subsection 2 of section 10 of the said Regu- 
lation is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor : 

(2) Where a licence expires, is revoked or where 
the licensee ceases to operate a motor vehicle 
inspection station, the licensee shall return to 
the Ministry. 

(a) all unused certificate forms and stickers 
issued to him and the fee paid therefor 
by the licensee shall be refunded ; and 

(b) all vehicle inspection records maintained 
by him. O. Reg. 545 /76, s. 4. 

5. Section 11 of the said Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor : 



11. — (1) A licensee >hall report forthwith to the 
Director any loss, theft or destruction of any 
certificate form or sticker and shall include in the 
report the serial numbers of all certificates or 
stickers lost, stolen or destroyed and all available 
information relevant to the loss, theft or destruction. 



(2) If any lost or stolen certificate form or 
sticker is recovered by a licensee subsequent 
to the report being given to the Director pursuant 
to subsection 1, the licensee shall forthwith forward 
to the Ministry the recovered certificate form or 
sticker. 



(3) Where the licensee forwards to the Ministry 
the recovered certificate form or sticker in accor- 
dance with subsection 2, the fee paid therefor by 
the Ucensee shall be refunded. O. Reg. 545/76, 
S.5. 



6. The said Regulation is amended by adding 
thereto the following section : 

11a. A licensee shall return all unused stickers 
to the Ministry within 30 days after the validity 
of the sticker expires and the fee paid therefor by 
the licensee shall be refunded. 0. Reg. 545/76, 
s. 6. 



7. Section 12 of the said Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor : 

12. — (1) It is a condition of every licence that 
where, 

(a) a vehicle is inspected at a station ; 

(b) repairs or adjustments to the vehicle 
or its equipment are required to qualify 
it for a certificate or sticker ; 

(c) the inspection fee charged by the licensee 
is paid ; 

(d) the required repairs or adjustments to the 
vehicle or its equipment are made at a place 
other than the station; and 

(e) the vehicle is brought back to the station 
for issuance of the certificate or affixing 
of a sticker within ten days of the original 
inspection, 

no additional inspection fee shall be charged 
by the licensee. 

(2) Notwithstanding subsection 1, an additional 
fee may be charged where it is necessary to 
examine a wheel brake assembly a second time 
prior to issuing a certificate or affixing a sticker 
to the vehicle. O. Reg. 545 /76, s. 7. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3067 



8. Section 13 of the said Regulation, as remade 
by section 1 of Ontario Regulation l%/76, 
is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor : 

13. — ( 1 ) A used motor vehicle, except a motorcycle 
or an historic vehicle, shall be inspected and tested 
in accordance with the procedures set out in 
Schedule 1 . 

(2) A used motorcycle shall be inspected and 
tested in accordance with the procedures set out in 
Schedule 2. 

(3) An historic vehicle, as defined in clause b 
of section 1 of Regulation 418 of Revised Regu- 
lations of Ontario, 1970, shall be inspected and 
tested in accordance with the procediu"es set out 
in Schedule 3 O. Reg. 545 /76, s. 8. 

9. Subsection 2 of section 14 of the said Regu- 
lation is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor : 

(2) The identifying sign provided by the Ministry 
shall remain the property of the Crown and shall 
be returned to the Ministry by the licensee when 
the licensee ceases to hold a P licence or ceases to 
operate a station. O. Reg. 545 /76, s. 9. 

10. Section 16 of the said Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor : 

16. Every licensee shall keep on the licensed 
premises, 

(a) a copy of each certificate issued by the 
licensee, for a period of two years from 
the date of issue ; 

(b) a record of all vehicles inspected and 
where applicable, a list of defects and 
recommended repairs, for a period of two 
years from the date of inspection ; 

(c) a written record of all persons authorized 
from time to time by the licensee to 
countersign certificates or afl&x stickers 
on behalf of the licensee, for a period of 
two years from the date of termination 
of such authority ; and 

(d) in respect of every vehicle to which a 
sticker has been affixed, a vehicle inspection 
record signed by the motor vehicle in- 
spection mechanic inspecting the vehicle 
and the licensee or a person authorized in 
writing by the licensee, showing the, 

(i) name of the owner of the vehicle, 

(ii) date of inspection. 



(iii) make of the vehicle inspected. 



(iv) current number plate issued by the 
Ministry of the vehicle inspected, 

(v) vehicle identification number, 

(vi) odometer reading of the vehicle on 
the date of inspection, 

(vii) trade code and certificate number 
of the motor vehicle inspection 
mechanic inspecting the vehicle, 
and 

(viii) licence number of the station, 

for a period of twelve months from the 
date of afl&xing the sticker on the vehicle. 
O. Reg. 545 /76, s. 10. 

11. Subsections 1 and 3 of section 18 of the said 
Regulation are revoked and the following 
substituted therefor : 

(1) The following fees shall be paid to the 
Ministry : 

1. For a Class F motor vehicle inspection 
station licence $25.00 

2. For a Class P motor vehicle inspection 
station licence 25.00 

3. For a Class F licence replacing a Class P 
licence, where the fee in item 2 has been 

paid 2.00 

4. For a Class P licence replacing a Class F 
licence, where the fee in item 1 has been 

paid 2.00 

5. For the registration of a motor vehicle 
mechanic by a Class F or P station 5.00 

6. For a safety standards certificate form 
supplied to a Class F or P station 50 

7. For a duplicate of a Class F or P licence 
in case of loss or destruction of the 
original 2.00 

8. For a sticker supplied to a Class F or P 
station 1 .00 

O. Reg. 545/76, s. II. part. 

(3) Where a licence or registration referred to in 
item 1, 2 or 5 of subsection 1 is applied for after 
the 30th day of June, or on or before the 31st 
day of December in the year for which the licence or 
registration is issued, the fee therefor is reduced 
by one-half. O. Reg. 545 /76, s. 1 1 , part. 



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3068 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 546/76 



THE PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 
DEVELOPMENT ACT, 1973 

O. Reg. 546/76. 

County of Halton (now The Regional 
Municipality of Halton), City of 
Burlington. 

Made— June 25th, 1976. 

Filed— June 28th, 1976. 

REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 482/73 

MADE UNDER 

THE PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT, 1973 

1. Paragraph v of section 2 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 482 /73 is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor : 

(v) That part of the Town of Burlington, 
now in the City of Burlington in The 
Regional Municipality of Halton more 
particularly described as follows : 

Beginning at the intersection of the west 
boundary of the Town and the southerly 
limit of that part of the King's Highway 
known as No. 5 ; 

Thence easterly following the said southerly 
limit to the easterly limit of Lot 20 in 
Concession I South of Dundas Street ; 

Thence southerly along the said easterly 
limit to a point on a line parallel to 
and measured 200 feet southerly at right 
angles to the southerly limit of the said 
part of the King's Highway ; 

Thence westerly along the said parallel 
line to the intersection of a line parallel 
to and distant easterly 100 feet from the 
centre line of Brant Street ; 



Thence southerly along the said parallel 
Hne to a point, distant 1,150 feet measured 
therealong from the centre line of the said 
part of the King's Highway ; 

Thence southwesterly to the intersection 
of the northerly limit of Brant's Block 
and the southeasterly limit of the easement 
of Bell Canada, lying on the southerly 
limit of Lot 21 in Concession I South of 
Dundas Street ; 



Thence continuing southwesterly following 
the southerly limit of the said Bell Canada 
easement to the intersection of a line 
parallel to and distant 1,150 feet measured 
easterly at right angles from the westerly 
limit of Brant's Block; 

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Thence southerly along the last-mentioned 
parallel line to the northerly limit of 
that part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 403 ; 

Thence westerly along the said northerly 
limit to the westerly limit of Brant's 
Block ; 

Thence northerly along the said westerly 
limit to the place of beginning, excepting 
therefrom the following lands : 

(a) those parcels of land situate in the 
Town of Burlington in the County of 
Halton, now in the City of Burlington 
in The Regional Municipality of 
Halton, designated as parts 1 and 6 
on a Plan deposited in the Land 
Registry Office for the Registry 
Division of Halton (No. 20) as 
Number 20R-2303. 

2. The said Regulation is amended by adding 
thereto the following sections : 

43. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 30 may be 
used for the erection and use thereon of an exten- 
sion to a window manufacturing plant now on 
the said land provided the floor area of the extension 
does not exceed 8,500 square feet and the following 
requirements are met : 

Minimum north side 

yard 20 feet 

Maximum height of 

extension 35 feet 

O. Reg. 546/76, s. 2, part. 

44. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 31 may be used 
for the erection and use thereon of one single-family 
dwelling and buildings and structures accessory 
thereto provided the requirements of sections 6 and 
7 are met and provided the existing dwelling is 
removed. O. Reg. 546 /76, s. 2, part. 

45. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 32 may be used 
for the erection and use thereon of a two-storey barn 
not exceeding 2,400 square feet in total floor area 
provided the following requirements are met : 

Minimum front yard 200 feet 



Minimum side yards 20 feet on each side 



Minimum rear yard 

Maximum height of 
barn 



30 feet 



40 feet 



O. Reg. 546/76, s. 2, part. 



O. Reg. 546/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3069 



3. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedules : 

Schedule 30 

Those parcels of land situate in the Town of 
Burlington, formerly in the Township of East 
Flamborough in the County of Wentworth, now 
in the City of Burlington in The Regionsd Munici- 
pality of Halton, more particularly described as 
follows : 

1. That part of Lot 1 in Concession I of the 
said Township more particularly described as 
follows : 

Beginning at a place in the northeasterly 
limit of the given road off lots 1 and 2, as 
widened by by-law 954 of the Township of East 
Flamborough registered in the Land Registry 
Office for the Registry Division of Wentworth 
(No. 62) as Number 1127, distant 691 feet 
measured northwesterly along the said north- 
easterly limit of the said road from the north- 
westerly limit of the lands described in the 
deed of conveyance from Thomas F. Easterbrook 
to Lily Scott registered in the said Land 
Registry Office as Number 9181 for the Township 
of E^st Flamborough ; 

Thence north 46° 05' west along the said north- 
easterly limit 285.46 feet to a point ; 

Thence north 49° 33' east 545 feet, 3% inches 
to a px)int ; 

Thence south 46° 05' east 331 .46 feet to a point ; 

Thence south 54° 42' west 551 feet, Sy^ inches 
to the place of beginning. 



2. That part of Lot 1 in Concession I of the said 
Township more particularly described as 

follows : 



Premising that the bearing of the north- 
easterly limit of King Road is north 46° 03' 
west as shown on a Plan registered in the Land 
Registry Office for the Registry Division of 
Wentworth (No. 62) as Number 964 Mis- 
cellaneous ; 

Beginning at the southwesterly limit of the 
lands of Ontario Hydro at a point distant 
1,139.46 feet measured north 49° 55' east from 
an iron bar planted in the northeasterly limit 
of King Road, as widened by by-law 954 of the 
Township of East Flamborough, the last- 
mentioned iron bar being distant 429.55 feet 
measured north 46^ 03' west along the said 
northeasterly limit of the said King Road from 
the northwesterly limit of the right-of-way of 
the Canadian National Railways ; 



Thence south 49° 55' west 296.29 feet 
point ; 



to a 



Thence north 40° 27' west 189.53 feet to a 
point; 

Thence south 49° 55' west 305.50 feet to a 
point ; 

Thence north 45° 56' 50' west 380.67 feet to a 
point; 

Thence north 46° 02' west 384.96 feet to the 
southerly limit of the lands of Ontario Hydro; 

Thence north 82° 15' 30* east 738.72 feet along 
the said southerly limit to a point ; 

Thence south 45° 58' 30* east along the south- 
westerly limit of the said Hydro lands 558.69 
feet to the place of beginning. O. Reg. 546 /76. 
s. 3, pari. 

Schedule 31 

That parcel of land situate in the Town of 
Burlington, formerly in the Township of East 
Flamborough in the County of Wentworth, now in 
the City of Burlington in The Regional Municipality 
of Halton, being composed of all of Lot 15 according 
to a Plan depx)sited in the Land Registry Office 
for the Registry Division of Wentworth (No. 62) as 
Compiled Plan Number 1333. O. Reg. 546/76, 
s. 3, part. 

Schedule 32 

That parcel of land situate in the Town of 
Burlington in the County of Halton. now in the City 
of Burlington in The Regional Municipality of 
Halton, being composed of that part of Lot 11 in 
Concession I North of Dundas Street more particu- 
larly described as follows : 

Premising the northeasterly limit of the said Lot 1 1 
has a bearing of north 44 42' 30' west and relating 
all bearings herein thereto ; 

Beginning at a place in the northeasterly limit of 
the said Lot 11 distant 235 feet measured south- 
easterly therealong from the northerly angle of the 
said Lot ; 

Thence south 38° 45' 30' west a distance of 300 feet 
to a point ; 

Thence south 44° 42' 30' esist a distance of 200 feet 
to a point ; 

Thence north 38° 45' 30' east a distance of 300 feet 
to the northeasterly limit of the said Lot ; 

Thence north 44° 42' 30* west therealong a distance 
of 200 feet to the place of beginning. O. Reg. 
546 176. s. 3, part. 



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O. Reg. 546/76 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 547/76 



W. Darcy McKeough 

Treasurer of Ontario and 

Minister of Economics and 

Intergovernmental Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 25th day of June, 1976. 

(8348) 29 



THE PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 
DEVELOPMENT ACT, 1973 

O. Reg. 547/76. 

County of Halton (now The Regional 
Municipahty of Halton), Town of 
Oakville. 

Made— June 25th, 1976. 

Filed— June 28th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 481/73 

MADE UNDER 

THE PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT, 1973 

1. — (1) Paragraph xiii of section 2 of Ontario 
Regulation 481 /73, as remade by section 2 of 
Ontario Regulation 1026/75, is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor : 

(xiii) Lots 1 to a, both inclusive, in Concession 
XI North of Dundas Street, excepting the 
following parcels : 

1. The north one-quarter of lots 1 to 4, 
both inclusive. 

2. The south quarter of lots 1 to 3, both 
inclusive. 

3. The south quarter of lots 8 to 24, both 
inclusive. 

4. That part of Lot 29 in Concession XI 
North of Dundas Street more particularly 
described as follows : 

Premising all bearings herein are 
astronomic and referred to the 
meridian through the southerly cor- 
ner of Lot 30 in Concession I North 
of Dundas Street, in longitude 79° 
47' west ; 

Beginning at the westerly angle of 
the said Lot 29 ; 



Thence north 38° 20' 30' east along 
the northwesterly limit of the said 
Lot a distance of 414.31 feet to an 
angle therein ; I 

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Thence north 38° 20' east continuing 
along the said northwesterly limit 
of the said Lot a distance of 117.39 
feet to the westerly limit of that 
part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 25 a distance of 213.09 feet 
to a monument ; 

Thence continuing along the said 
limit on a bearing of south 18° 35' 
east a distance of 1,190.22 feet to a 
monument ; 

Thence north 45° 10' 30" west along 
the said limit a distance of 1,216.90 
feet to the place of beginning. 



5. Those portions of Lot 30 described as 
follows : 

i. Beginning at a place in the south- 
westerly limit of the said Lot 30 
distant 756.92 feet measured south 
45° east along the said southwesterly 
limit from the westerly corner of the 
said Lot 30, the said place of 
beginning being also the point of 
intersection of the said southwesterly 
limit with the southeasterly limit 
of the lands of the Ministry of 
Transportation and Communications 
as shown on a Plan deposited in the 
Land Registry Office for the Registry 
Division of Halton (No. 20) as 
Number 514; 

Thence north 44° 52' 30" east along 
the said southeasterly limit a dis- 
tance of 1.05 feet to a point ; 

Thence northwesterly on a curve 
to the right of radius 848.47 feet 
continuing along the said south- 
easterly limit a distance of 21.04 
feet having a chord of 21.04 feet on 
a bearing of north 43° 42' 15" west ; 

Thence north 41° 39' 20" east a dis- 
tance of 368.68 feet to a point ; 

Thence north 44° 08' 50' west a 
distance of 88.28 feet to a point ; 

Thence north 38° 40' 10' east a 
distance of 299.68 feet to a point ; 

Thence south 44° 53' east along a 
line of post and wire fence a distance 
of 696.47 feet to a point ; 

Thence south 37° 47' west a distance 
of 672.1 feet to the southwesterly 
limit of the said Lot 30 ; 



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Thence north 45" west a distance of 
616.66 feet to the place of beginning. 

ii. Premising that the road allowance 
between lots 30 and 31 in Concession 
XI North of Dundas Street, has a 
bearing of north 45'' west and 
relating all bearings herein thereto; 

Commencing at a point in the north- 
easterly limit of the road allowance 
between lots 30 and 31 in Concession 
XI North of Dundas Street, being 
distant 2,033.58 feet from the most 
westerly comer of the said Lot 30 ; 

Thence north 37° 47' east a distance 
of 10 feet to a point ; 

Thence south 45° east a distance of 
510 feet to the place of beginning. 

Thence north 37° 47' east a distance 
of 150 feet to a point ; 

Thence south 45' east a distance of 
150 feet to a point; 

Thence north 37° 47' east a distance 
of 512.10 feet to a point ; 

Thence north 45° west a distance of 
660 feet to a point ; 

Thence south 37° 47' west a distance 
of 662. 10 feet to a point ; 

Thence south 45° east a distance of 
510 feet to the place of beginning. 

iii. The northeast half of the northwest 
half of the said Lot 30, excepting 
the lands of the Ministn*- of Trans- 
portation and Communications as 
shown on a Plan registered in the 
Land Registry Office for the Registry 
Division of Halton (No. 20) as 
Number 836. 

6. Thenorthhalf of Lot 31. 

7. The north three-quarters of lots 32 and 
33. 

(2) Paragraph xvii of the said section 2, as 
remade by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 
403/76, is amended by adding thereto the 
following subparagraph : 

2. That parcel of land situate in the Town of 
Oakville in The Regioniil Municipality of 
Halton designated as Part 1 on a Plan 
deposited in the Land Registry Office for 
the Registry- Division of Halton (No. 20) 
as Number 20R-2039. 



2. The said Regulation is amended by adding 
thereto the following section : 

25. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the lands described in Schedules 1 1, 12 and 13 
may each be used for the erection and use thereon 
of one single-family dwelling and buildings and 
structures accessory thereto provided the require- 
ments of sections 6 and 7 are met. O. Reg. 547 /76 
s. 2. 



3. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedules ; 

Schedule 11 

That parcel of land formerly situate in the Town 
of Oakville, now in the Town of Milton in The 
Regional Municipality of Halton, being composed 
of part of Lot 4 in Concession IV, New Survey, 
more {>articularly described as follows : 

Premising that the northeasterly limit of the said 
Lot 4 being also the southwesterly limit of the road 
allowance between concessions IV and V has a 
bearing of north 49° 34' 30' west and referring all 
bearings herein thereto ; 

Beginning at a place in the northeasterly limit 
of the said Lot 4 distant 489 feet, 11^ inches 
measured northwesterly thereon from the most 
easterly angle of the said Lot ; 

Thence north 49° 34' 30* west along the northeasterh- 
limit of the said Lot 411 feet, 11 ^2 inches to an iron 
pipe; 

Thence south 33° 23' west 250 feet to an iron pipe ; 

Thence north 49° 34' 30' west 84 feet, 1 1 Vi inches to 
a point ; 

Thence south i3' 23' west 1,999 feet, 1 inch, more 
or less, to the line of a post and wire fence marking 
the existing west limit of the east half of the said 
Lot 4, the said point being distant 981 feet, 254 
inches measured northwesterly thereon from the 
most southerly angle of the east half ; 

Thence south 49° 08' east along the last-mentioned 
limit 497 feet, 4% inches to a point ; 

Thence north 33° 23' east 2,252 feet, 11% inches to 
the place of beginning. O. Reg. 547 /76, s. 3, part. 



Schedule 12 

That parcel of land formerly situate in the Town 
of Oakville, now in the Town of Milton in The 
Regional Municipality of Halton, being composed 
of fwut of the southwest half of Lot 5 in Concession 
IV of the New Survey more particularly described 
as follows : 



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O. Reg. 548/76 



Premising that the southeasterly limit of the road 
allowance between lots 5 and 6 across the south- 
westerly half of the said Lot 5 has a bearing of 
north 38° 42' 20" east and relating all bearings 
herein thereto; 

Beginning at an iron bar planted in the said 
southeasterly limit of the road allowance between 
lots 5 and 6 a distance of 500 feet measured south- 
westerly therealong from the limit between the east 
and west halves of the said Lot 5 ; 

Thence south 44° 42' 40" east a distance of 877 feet 
to an iron bar planted ; 

Thence south 38° 42' 20" west a distance of 500 feet 
to an iron bar planted ; 

Thence north 44° 42' 40" west a distance of 877 feet 
to an iron bar planted in the said southeasterly 
limit of the road allowance between lots 5 and 6 ; 

Thence northeasterly therealong a distance of 500 feet 
to the place of beginning. O. Reg. 547 /76, s. 3, part. 

Schedule 13 

That parcel of land formerly situate in the Town 
of Oakville, now in the Town of Milton in The 
Regional Municipality of Halton, being composed 
of part of the northwest half of Lot 11 in Concession 
IV, New Survey, more particularly described as 
follows : 

Premising that the bearings herein are referred to the 
southeast limit of the road allowance between 
concessions IV and V, New Survey, and assumed 
to be north 45° 09' 40" west and relating all bearings 
herein thereto ; 

Beginning at a point marked by a standard iron 
bar planted in the northwesterly limit of the road 
allowance between lots 10 and 11 in the said Con- 
cession, and which point is distant 500 feet measured 
north 38° 09' 50" east therealong from the most 
southerly angle of the northeast half of the said 
Lot 1 1 ; 

Thence north 38° 09' 50" east along the northwesterly 
limit of the road allowance 500 feet to a point ; 

Thence north 45° 11' west 877.13 feet to a point ; 

Thence south 38° 09' 50" west 500 feet to a point ; 

Thence south 45° 11' east 877.13 feet to the place of 
beginning. 0. Reg. 547 /76, s. 3, part. 

W. Darcv McKeough 

Treasurer of Ontario and 

Minister of Economics and 

Intergovernmental Affairs 



Dated at Toronto, this 25th day of June, 1976. 
(8349) 



THE PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 
DEVELOPMENT ACT, 1973 

O. Reg. 548/76. 

County of Peel (now The Regional 
Municipality of Peel), Town of 
Mississauga (now City of Brampton). 

Made— June 25th, 1976. 

Filed— June 28th, 1976. 



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REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 479/73 

MADE UNDER 

THE PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT, 1973 

1.- — (1) Paragraph ii of section 2 of Ontario 
Regulation 479/73, as remade by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 242 /76, is further amended 
by adding thereto the following subparagraph : 

e. that part of lots 1 , 2 and 3 designated 
as Part 1 on a Plan deposited in the 
Land Registry Office for the Land 
Registry Division of Peel (No. 43) 
as Number 43R-3988. 

(2) Paragraph v of the said section 2, as remade 
by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 449/75, 
is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor : 

(v) The north half of the south half of the west 
half of Lot 14 in Concession V East of 
Hurontario Street, the north half of the said 
Lot 14 and the south half of Lot 15 in the 
said Concession excepting that portion of 
land more particularly described as follows : 

1. That parcel of land situate in the 
City of Brampton in The Regional 
Municipality of Peel, formerly in the 
Town of Mississauga in the County of 
Peel, being composed of that part of 
Lot 15 in the said Concession more 
particularly described as follows : 

Beginning at a place in the south- 
easterly limit of Steeles Avenue, as 
widened by an Instrument registered 
in the Land Registry Office for the 
Registry Division of Peel (No. 43) as 
Number 169706, located as follows: 

Commencing at the most northerly 
angle of the said Lot 15 ; 

Thence south 44° 11' 40' east, a dis- 
tance of 27.16 feet, more or less, to 
the intersection with the line drawn 
parallel to and perpendicularly dis- 
tant 27 feet measured southeasterly 
from the southeasterly limit of Steeles 
Avenue ; 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



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Thence south 39° 31' 40' west along 
the said parallel line, a distance of 
287.25 feet to a standard iron bar 
marking the place of beginning of the 
hereinafter described parcel ; 

Thence south 44° 12' 55' east, a dis- 
tance of 319.29 feet to a standard 
iron bar ; 

Thence north 39° 31' 40* east, a dis- 
tance of 137.10 feet to a standard 
iron bar ; 

Thence south 44° 13' 25' east, a dis- 
tance of 13.29 feet to a standard 
iron bar ; 

Thence north 39° 35' 45' east, a dis- 
tance of 122.99 feet to a standard 
iron bar ; 

Thence south 39° 16' 30* east, a dis- 
tance of 699.64 feet to a standard 
iron bar ; 

Thence south 20° 15' 25' west, a dis- 
tance of 817.88 feet to a standard 
iron bar ; 

Thence south 27° 01' 05' west, a dis- 
tance of 768.76 feet to a standard 
iron bar ; 

Thence north 66° 51' 30' west, a dis- 
tance of 25.33 feet to a standard 
iron bar ; 

Thence south 23° 08' 30' west, a dis- 
tance of 680 feet to a standard iron 
bar in the line between the southeast 
and the northwest halves of the said 
Lot; 

Thence north 44° 08' 35' west, a dis- 
tance of 46.68 feet to a standard iron 
bar; 

Thence north 43° 21' 25' west, a dis- 
tance of 244.08 feet to a standard 
iron bar ; 

Thence north 44° 54' 25' west, a dis- 
tance of 349.83 feet to a standard 
iron bar ; 

Thence north 44° 23' 25' west, a dis- 
tance of 490.30 feet to a standard 
iron bar ; 

Thence north 44° 15' 25' west, a dis- 
tance of 499.67 feet, more or less, 
to the intersection with the line drawn 
parallel to and perpendicularly dis- 
tant 27 feet measured southeasterly 
from the southeasterly limit of Steeles 
Avenue : 



Thence north 39° 31' 40' east, a dis- 
tance of 1,918.75 feet to the place of 
beginning. 



Schedule 4 to the said Regulation, as made 
by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 674/75, 
is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor : 



Schedule 4 

That parcel of land situate in the City of 
Brampton in The Regionsd Municipality of Peel, 
formerly in the Township of Toronto in the County 
of Peel, being composed of that part of the east 
half of Lot 14 in Concession III West of Hurontaric 
Street more particularly described as follows : 

Premising that the northeasterly limit of the 
easterly half of Lot 13 in the said Concession has a 
course of north 45° 1 1 ' west and relating all bearings 
herein thereto ; 

Beginning at an iron bar planted in the north- 
easterly limit of the said Lot 14 a distance of 235 
feet measured northwesterly thereon from the most 
easterly angle of the said Lot 14 ; 

Thence south 37° 45' 10' west parallel to the 
southeasterly limit of the said Lot a distance of 
368 feet to an iron bar planted ; 

Thence south 45° 26' 30' east parallel to the north- 
easterly limit of the said Lot a distance of 235 
feet to an iron bar planted in the southeasterly 
limit of the said Lot, the last-mentioned iron bar 
being distant 368 feet measured southwesterly along 
the said southeasterly limit from the most easterly 
angle of the said Lot ; 

Thence south 38° 26' 30* west along the said 
southeasterly limit a distance of 750 feet and y^ inch 
to an angle therein ; 

Thence south 39° 55' 50' west continuing along the 
said southeasterly limit a distance of 993 feet to an 
iron bar planted to mark the point of intersection 
thereof with the northeasterly limit of the right-of- 
way of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company; 

Thence north 51° 45' 50* west along the northeasterly 
limit of the said right-of-way a distance of 414 feet, 
3 inches to an iron bar planted to mark the beginning 
of a curve to the right having a radius of 5,696 feet, 
7% inches; 

Thence northwesterly along the arc of the last- 
mentioned curve to the right and continuing along 
the siiid northeasterly limit a distance of 603 feet, 
11% inches to an iron bar planted to mark the 
end of the said curve, the chord of the said arc 
having a length of 603 feet, 8^ inches and a course 
of north 48° 44' west ; 



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O. Reg. 549/76 



Thence north 45° 42' west continuing along the said 
northeasterly limit a distance of 943 feet, 4^4 inches 
to an iron bar planted to mark the point of inter- 
section thereof with the existing northwesterly 
limit of the said Lot ; 

Thence north 45° 42' west continuing along the said 
northeasterly limit a distance of 943 feet, 4^4 inches 
to an iron bar planted to mark the point of inter- 
section thereof with the existing northwesterly 
limit of the said Lot ; 

Thence north 38° 22' 50" east along the said 
northwesterly limit a distance of 1,133 feet, 1 inch 
to an iron bar planted to mark an angle therein ; 

Thence north 37° 59' 30" east continuing along the 
said northwesterly limit a distance of 462 feet, 
8 14 inches to an iron bar planted to mark an angle 
therein ; 

Thence north 37° 47' east continuing along the said 
northwesterly limit a distance of 603 feet, 6I/4 inches 
to an iron bar planted to mark the most northerly 
angle of the said Lot ; 

Thence south 45° 26' 30" east along the northeasterly 
limit of the said Lot a distance of 1,765 feet, 1 inch 
to the place of beginning. O. Reg. 548 /76, s. 2. 

W. Darcy McKeough 
Treasurer of Ontario and 
, Minister of Economics and 
Intergovernmental Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 25th day of June, 1976. 

(8350) 29 



THE PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 
DEVELOPMENT ACT, 1973 

O. Reg. 549/76. 

County of Wentworth (now The Regional 
Municipality of Hamilton-Wentworth), 
Township of East Flamborough (now 
Flamborough). 

Made— June 25th, 1976. 

Filed— June 28th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 483/73 

MADE UNDER 

THE PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT, 1973 

1. Paragraph iv of section 2 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 483 /73, as remade by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 754/75, is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor: 

1034 



iv. Those portions of lots 8 to 13, both inclusive, 
in Concession III lying south of the south- 
erly limit of that part of the King's High- 
way known as No. 5, excepting the 
northerly 900 feet of such portion and 
those parts of Lot 8 more particularly 
described as follows : 

I. Commencing at an iron bar planted in 
the southwesterly limit of the road 
allowance between lots 7 and 8 in 
Concession III in the former Township 
of East Flamborough which is distant 
1,100 feet, 9 inches measured on a 
course of south 45° 49' 30" east along 
the southwesterly limit of the said 
road allowance from a concrete monu- 
ment planted at the most easterly corner 
of Lot 18 as shown on a Plan registered 
in the Land Registry Office for the 
Registry Division of Wentworth (No. 
62) as Number 894; 

Thence south 45° 58' 30" west 186.71 feet 
to an iron bar planted, being the place 
of beginning. 

Thence south 34° 46' 30" east 168.19 feet 
to an iron bar planted ; 

Thence south 45° 58' 30" west 175 feet to 
an iron bar planted ; 

Thence south 44° 01' 30" east 99.06 feet 
to an iron bar planted ; 

Thence south 43° 23' 30" west 19.83 feet ; 

Thence south 39° 36' 30" east 100 feet to 
a point ; 

Thence north 50° 23' 30" east 130 feet to a 
point in the southwesterly limit of 
Thomson Drive ; 

Thence southeasterly along the south- 
westerly limit of Thomson Drive, being 
on a curve to the left with a radius of 
176.81 feet, with an arc length of 58.57 
feet, a chord length of 68.12 feet and a 
bearing of south 25° 15' 25' east ; 



Thence south 
feet to a point ; 



50° 23' 30" west 103.27 



Thence south 33° 
to a point ; 



23' 30' west 65.06 feet' 



Thence south 45° 36' 30" east 185.37 feet 
to an iron bar planted in the north- 
westerly limit of the right-of-way of the 
Canadian Pacific Railway ; 

Thence south 43° 23' 30' west along that 
northwesterly limit 649.12 feet to an iron 
bar planted ; 



O. Reg. 549/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 550/76 3075 



Thence north 30° 44' 30* west 677.5 feet 
to an iron bar planted ; 

Thence north 45° 52' 30' west 223.83 feet 
to an iron bar planted ; 

Thence north 45= 28' 30' east 252.83 feet 
to an iron bar planted ; 

Thence north 45° 58' 30* east 297.29 feet 
to the place of banning. 



2. Beginning at a concrete monument 
planted in the northeasterly limit of 
the said Lot 8 at the southeasterly 
comer of Lot 18 according to a Plan 
registered in the Land Registry Office 
for the Registry Division of Wentworth 
(No. 62) as Number 894; 

Thence south 45° 49' 50* east along the 
northeasterly limit of the said Lot 8 
1,100 feet, 9 inches to a point ; 

Thence south 45° 28' 30' west 252 feet, 
10 inches to a point ; 

Thence north 45° 29' west 543 feet, 1 Vi 
inches to a point ; 

Thence north 44° 11' east 100 feet to a 
point; 

Thence north 45° 29' west 150 feet to a 
point; 

Thence south 44° 11' west 85 feet, 3 
inches, more or less, to the southeasterly 
comer of Reserve A according to the said 
Plan Number 894; 

Thence north 45° 35' 30" west along the 
northeasterly limits of the said Reserve 
A, and lots 8, 9 and 10 according to the 
said Plan 459 feet, 3% inches, more or 
less, to the northerly comer of the said 
Lot 10; 

Thence north 40° 32' 30* east along the 
southeasterly limits of lots 12 and 13 
according to the said Plan 187 feet, 5 
inches, more or less, to the easterly 
comer of the said Lot 13 ; 

Thence south 45° 47' 30* east along the 
southwesterly limit of Lot 14 according 
to the said Plan 117 feet, 5 inches, more 
or less, to the southerly comer thereof ; 

Thence north 40° 36' 30* east along the 
southeasterly limits of lots 14 and 18 
according to the said Plan 530 feet to the 
place of beginning. 



W. Darcy McKeough 

Treasurer of Ontario and 

Minister of Economics and 

Intergovernmental Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 25th day of June, 1976. 



(8351) 



29 



THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 550/76. 

Restricted Areas — County of Peter- 
borough, Township of North 
Monaghan. 

Made— June 24th, 1976. 

Filed— June 28th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 66/73 

MADE UNDER 

THE PLANNING ACT 

1. Ontario Regulation 66/73 is amended by 
adding thereto the following section : 

21. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 11 may be 
used for the erection and use thereon of a storage 
shed provided the following requirements are met ; 



Maximum floor area 
Minimum front yard 
Minimum side yards 



4,000 square feet 
30 feet 
30 feet 

O. Reg. 550/76. s. 1. 



2. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the followring Schedule : 

Schedule 11 

That parcel of land situate in the Township of 
North Monaghan in the County of Peterborough, 
being composed of that part of the south ten acres 
of the west half of Lot 1 in Concession XI more 
particularly described as follows : 

Banning at a place in the westerly boundary of 
the said Lot 1, Part 2, distant 338 feet from the 
southwesterly angle of the said Lot ; 

Thence easterly parallel with the southerly limit 
of the said Lot 365 feet, more or less, to the westerly 
limit of that part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 25; 



Thence southerly along the said westerly limit 218 
feet to a point ; 



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3076 O. Reg. 550/76 



Thence westerly parallel to the said southerly 
limit 217 feet, more or less, to the westerly limit of 
the said Lot ; 

Thence northerly along the said westerly limit 160 
feet to the place of beginning. O. Reg. 550/76, 
s. 2. 

G. M. Farrow 

Executive Director, 

Plans Administration Division, 

Ministry of Housing 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 553/76 

THE HEALTH INSURANCE ACT, 1972 



Dated at Toronto, this 24th day of June, 1976. 
(8352) 



29 



THE PUBLIC HOSPITALS ACT 

O.Reg. 551/76. 

Classification of Hospitals. 
Made— June 8th, 1976. 
Approved — June 16th, 1976. 
Filed— June 29th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 726 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER 

THE PUBLIC HOSPITALS ACT 

1. Item 71 under the heading "Group C 
Hospitals" of the Schedule to Regulation 726 
of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1970, is 
revoked and the following substituted there- 
for: 



71. Smiths Falls 



Smiths Falls Community 
Hospital 

O. Reg. 551/76, s. 1. 



2. Item 84 under the heading "Group G 
Hospitals" of the said Schedule is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor : 



84. Smiths Falls 



Smiths Falls Community 
Hospital (Chronic 
Patients Unit) 

O. Reg. 551 /76, s. 2. 

F. S. Miller 
Minister of Health 



Dated at Toronto, this 8th day of June, 1976. 
(8369) 



O. Reg. 552/76. 

General. 

Made— June 16th, 1976. 

Filed— June 30th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 323 72 

MADE UNDER 

THE HEALTH INSURANCE ACT, 1972 

1. Item 147 of Part I of Schedule 1 to Ontario 
Regulation 323 /72 is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted therefor : 



147. Smiths Falls 



Smiths Falls Community 
Hospital 

O. Reg. 552/76, s. 1. 



2. Item 72 of Part II of Schedule 3 of the said 
Regulation is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor : 



72. Smiths Falls Smiths Falls Community 

Hospital 

O. Reg. 552/76, s. 2. 

(8370) 29 

THE HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 553/76. 

Speed Limits. 

Made— June 23rd, 1976. 

Filed— June 30th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 429 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER 

THE HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

1. Paragraph 22 of Part 5 of Schedule 9 to 
Regulation 429 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1970, is revoked. O. Reg. 553/76. 

s. 1. 

2. Part 7 of the said Schedule 9, as amended 
by subsection 13 of section 5 of Ontario 
Regulation 34/73, is further amended by 
adding thereto the following paragraph: 



County of 
Victoria 



29 

1036 



Twp. of 
MaripK>sa 



That part of the King's Highway 
known as No. 7 in the Township of 
Mariposa in the County of Victoria 
beginning at a point situate 1,800 
feet measured westerly from its inter- 
section with the line between lots 15 






O. Reg. 553/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 555/76 3077 



(8371) 



and 16 in Concession 9 and extending 
easterly therealong for a distance of 
3,800 feet. R.R.O. 1970, Reg. 429, 
Sched. 9, Pt. 7; O. Reg. 34/73. 
s. 5 (13); O.Reg. 553/76,5.2. 



29 



THE HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 



O. Reg. 554/76. 

Speed Limits. 

Made— June 23rd, 1976. 

Filed— June 30th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 429 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER 

THE HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

1.— (1) Part 3 of Schedule 17 to Regulation 
429 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1970 
is amended by adding thereto the following 
paragraph : 



District 
Municipality 
of 
Muskoka — 

Town of 
Gravenhurst 



6. That part of the King's Highway 
known as No. 11 in the Town of 
Gravenhurst in The District Munici- 
pality of Muskoka lying between a 
point situate at its intersection with 
the southerly limit of the Town of 
Gravenhurst and a point situate at its 
intersection with the line between Lot 
18 in Concession 2 and Lot 4 in Con- 
cession Range East of Muskoka Road 
in Muskoka South Ward. O. R^. 
554/76,s. 1 (1). 



(2) Paragraph 2 of Part 8 of the said Schedule 17, 
as made by subsection 7 of section 3 of 
Ontario Regulation 1046/75, is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor: 



District 
Municipality 
of 
Muskoka — 

Towns of 

Gravenhurst 

and 

Bracebridge 



That part of the King's Highway 
known as No. 11 in The District 
Municipality of Muskoka lying between 
a point situate at its intersection with 
the line between Lot 18 in Concession 
2 and Lot 4 in Concession Range Kast 
of Muskoka Road in Muskoka South 
Ward in the Town of Gravenhurst 
and a point situate 3,500 feet measured 
northerly from its intersection with the 
centre line of the King's Highway 
known as No. 117 in MacAulay Ward 
in the Town of Bracebridge. O. Reg. 
1046/75, s. 3 (7). part; O. Reg. 554/76, 
s. 1 (2). 



(8372) 



THE HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 



O.Reg. 555/76. 

Speed Limits. 
Made — June 23rd, 
Filed— June 30th, 



1976. 
1976. 



City of 
Thunder Bay 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 429 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER 

THE HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

1. — (1) Part 3 of Schedule 17 to Regtilation 
429 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1970 
is amended by adding thereto the following 
paragraph: 

7. That part of the King's Highway 
District of known as No. 11 and 17 in the City of 

Thunder Bay— Thunder Bay in the Territorial District 
of Thunder Bay lying between a point 
situate 800 feet measured westerly 
from its intersection with the centre 
line of the roadway known as Morgan 
Avenue and a point situate 500 feet 
measured westerly from its intersection 
with the easterly limit of the roadway 
known as Maple ward Road. O. Reg. 
555/76, s. 1 (1). 



(2) Paragraph 9 of Part 9 of the said Schedule 
17, as made by subsection 7 of section 3 of 
Ontario Regulation 1046/75, is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor : 

9. That part of the King's Highway 
Districts of known as No. 1 1 lying between a 
Cochrane and point situate 50 feet measured westerly 
Thunder Bay— from its intersection with the centre 
line of the roadway known as Fifteenth 
Street in the Town of Hearst in the 
Territorial District of Cochrane and a 
point situate 3,500 feet measured 
easterly from its intersection with the 
easterly limit of the Kenogami River 
Bridge in the Township of Longlac in 
the Territorial District of Thunder 
Bay. O. Reg. 555/76, s. 1 (2). 



Twp. of 
Longlac 

Town of 
Hearst 



2. Part 3 of Schedule 24 to the said Regulation 
is amended by adding thereto the following 
paragraph : 

7. That part of the King's Highway 
District of known as No. 11 and 17 in the City of 
Thunder Bay— Thunder Bay in the Territorial District 
of Thunder Bay lying between a 
^•*y o* f)oint situate 800 feet measured west- 

erly from its intersection with the 



nq I Thunder Bay 

1037 



3078 O. Reg. 555/76 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

centre line of the roadway known as 
Morgan Avenue and a point situate 500 
feet measured westerly from its inter- 
section with the easterly limit of the 
roadway known as Mapleward Road. 
O. Reg. 555/76, s. 2. 

3. Part 3 of Schedule 104a to the said Regu- 
lation, as made by section 10 of Ontario 
Regulation 254 /74, is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted therefor : 

Part 3 



1. That part of the King's Highway 
District of known as No. 102 in the City of 
Thunder Bay — Thunder Bay in the Territorial Dis- 
trict of Thunder Bay lying between 
a point situate 100 feet measured (8373) 
westerly from its intersection with 
the centre line of the roadway known 
as Sherwood Drive and a point situate 
50 feet measured westerly from its 
intersection with the centre line of 
the roadway known as Townline Road. 



O. Reg. 557/76 



City of 
Thunder Bay 



O. Reg. 555/76, s. 3. 

4. The said Regulation is amended by adding 
thereto the following Schedule : 

Schedule 165a 

HIGHWAY NO. 589 

Part 1 
(Reserved) 

Part 2 
(Reserved) 

Part 3 

1. That part of the King's Highway 
District of known as No. 589 in the City of 
Thunder Bay— Thunder Bay in the Territorial Dis- 
trict of Thunder Bay lying between 
^'•^y °^ a point situate 50 feet measured 

Thunder Bay northerly from its intersection with 
the centre line of the King's Highway 
known as No. 102 and a point situate 
at its intersection with the line between 
the Township of Gorham and the City 
of Thunder Bay. 

Part 4 
(Reserved) 

Part 5 
(Reserved) 



Part 6 
(Reserved) 

Part 7 
(Reserved) 

Part 8 
(Reserved) 

Part 9 
(Reserved) 



O. Reg. 555/76, s. 4. 
29 



THE GAME AND FISH ACT 

O. Reg. 556/76. 

Hunting Licences — Issuance. 
Made— June 23rd, 1976. 
Filed— June 30th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 371 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 

MADE UNDER 

THE GAME AND FISH ACT 



1970 



1. Subsection 2 of section 1 of Regulation 371 
of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1970 
is revoked. O. Reg. 556 /76, s. 1. 



(8375) 



29 



THE PETROLEUM RESOURCES ACT, 1971 

O. Reg. 557/76. 

Spacing Units — Osborne Pool. 
Made— June 23rd, 1976. 
Filed— June 30th, 1976. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 
THE PETROLEUM RESOURCES ACT, 

SPACING UNITS— OSBORNE POOL 



1971 



1. This Regulation applies to the south quarter 
of Lot 3 in Concession XII, the north half of Lot 3 
in Concession XI and the northwest quarter of Lot 2 
in Concession XI of the Township of Moore in the 
County of Lambton, as shown outhned in red on a 
plan filed in the office of the Registrar of Regu- 
lations at Toronto as Number 2019. O. Reg. 
557/76,5.1. 



1038 



O. Reg. 557/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 559/76 



3079 



2. This Regulation applies only to wells drilled to 
formations of Silurian age. O. Reg. 557/76, s. 2. 

3. For the purpose of this Regulation, the area 
described in section 1 is divided into numbered 
tracts of approximately twenty-five acres each as 
shown outlined in green on the plan referred to in 
section 1 and each such numbered tract is established 
and designated as a spacing unit. O. Reg. 557/76, 
S.3. 

4. No person shall, 

(a) drill more than one well on each spacing 
unit; 

(b) drill a well except in the centre of each 
spacing unit, but the Minister may approve 
a deviation from the centre of the spacing 
unit where topographical or other conditions 
require such deviation ; 

(c) drill or produce from a well on a spacing 
unit unless all the interests in the oil and 
gas in the unit have been joined for the 
purpose of drilling or oj)erating the well ; or 

(d) produce g2is from the Silurian formations 
within the area covered by this Regulation 
without the consent of the Minister. 
O.Reg. 557/76,5.4. 



(8376) 



29 



THE MUNICIPAL ACT 

O. Reg. 558/76. 

Designation of Provincial Mental 

Health Facilities and Public 

Hospitals. 
Made— June 30th, 1976. 
Filed— June 30th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 442/73 

MADE UNDER 

THE MUNICIPAL ACT 

Item 97 of the Schedule to Ontario Regu- 
lation 442 /73 is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor : 



97. North York 



Bloorview Children's 

Hospital 
York-Finch General 

Hospital 
Baycrest Hospital 
The Donwood Institute 
Ontario Crippled 

Children's Centre 
Sunnybrook Hospital 
Humber Memorial Hospital 



North York Branson 

Hospital 
North York General 

Hospital 
St. Bernard's Convalescent 

Hospital 
St. John's Convalescent 

Hospital 

Item 148 of the Schedule to the said Regu- 
lation, as remade by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 825/75, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor : 



148. Toronto 



Alcoholism and Drug 

Addiction Research 

Foundation 

(The Clinical Institute) 
Central Hospital 
Clarke Institute of 

Psychiatry 
Doctors Hospital 
Hillcrest Hospital 
Hospital for Sick Children 
New Mount Sinai Hospital 
Orthopaedic and 

Arthritic Hospital 
Our Lady of Mercy 

Hospital 
Queen Elizabeth Hospital 
Runnymede Hospital 
St. Joseph's Hospital 
St. Michael's Hospital 
Salvation Army Grace 

Hospital 
Toronto General Hospital 
Toronto Western Hospital 
The Wellesley Hospital 
Women's College Hospital 
Queen Street Mental 

Health Centre 
Riverdale Hospital 
Ontario Cancer Institute 

(Princess Margaret) 

F. S. Miller 
Minister of Health 



Dated at Toronto, this 30th day of June, 1976. 



(8377) 



29 



THE MUNICIPAL ACT 

O. Reg. 559/76. 

Designation of Public Hospitals. 
Made— June 30th, 1976. 
Filed— June 30th, 1976. 



1039 



3080 O. Reg. 559/76 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 824/75 

MADE UNDER 

THE MUNICIPAL ACT 



1 . Section 1 of Ontario Regulation 824 /75 is amended by adding thereto the following item : 



O. Reg. 560/76 



Public Hospital 



4. Laurentian Hospital 



Dated at Toronto, this 30th day of June, 1976. 

(8378) 



Location ^ 

City of Sudbury 

O. Reg. 824/75, s. 1 ; O. Reg. 559/76, s. 1. 

F. S. Miller 
Minister of Health 



29 



THE MUNICIPAL ACT 

O. Reg. 560/76. 

Designation of Facilities under The 
Developmental Services Act, 1974 
Made— June 30th, 1976. 
Filed— June 30th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 826/75 

MADE UNDER 

THE MUNICIPAL ACT 

1. Section 1 of Ontario Regulation 826/75 is amended by adding thereto the following items: 



Facility 



4. Brantwood 



5. Mental Retardation Unit 

Walter P. Hogarth Memorial Hospital 

6. Dr. Rygiel Home for Children 

7. Plainfield Children's Home 

8. Sunbeam Home 

9. Oaklands Regional Centre 



Dated at Toronto, this 30th day of June, 1976. 
(8379) 



Location 
City of Brantford 

City of Thunder Bay 
City of Hamilton 
Township of Thurlow 
City of Kitchener 
Town of Oakville 
0. Reg. 826/75, s. 1 ; O. Reg. 560/76, s. 1. 

J. A. Taylor 

Minister of Community and Social Services 



29 



1040 



O. Reg. 561/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

THE MUNICIPAL ACT 

O. Reg. 561/76. 

Designation of Agricultural Research 

Stations. 
Made— June 30th. 1976. 
Filed— June 30th, 1976. 



O. Reg. 562/76 3081 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 823/75 

MADE UNDER 

THE MUNICIPAL ACT 

1. Section 1 of Ontario Regulation 823/75, as amended by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 209/76, is 
further amended by adding thereto the following items : 

Agricultural Research Station Location 

1 1 . The University of Guelph — Cruickston Park Farm Township of Dumfries 

12. The University of Guelph — Puslinch Research Station Township of Puslinch 

O. Reg. 823/75, s. 1 ; O. Reg. 209/76. s. 1 ; O. Reg. 561 /76, s. 1. 

Wm. G. Newhan 
Minister of Agriculture and Food 



Dated at Toronto, this 30th day of June, 1976. 
(8380) 



29 



THE MUNICIPAL ACT 

O. Reg. 562/76. 

Designation of Correctional Institutions. 

Made— June 28th, 1976. 

Filed— June 30th, 1976. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 
THE MUNICIPAL ACT 

DESIGNATION OF CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS 

1. The following institution is designated as a correctional institution for the purposes of section 
304 of the Act: 



Institution 
1. Maplehurst Correctional Centre 



Dated at Toronto, this 28th day of June. 1976. 
(8381) 



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Location 



Town of Milton 



O. Reg. 562/76, s. 1 



John R. Smith 
Minister of Correctional Services 



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O. Reg. 563/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 564/76 3153 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 



July 24th, 1976 



THE CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

O. Reg. 563/76. 
Crop Insurance Plans — General. 
Made— May 19th, 1976. 
Approved — June 23rd, 1976. 
FUed— July 5th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 156 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO 

MADE UNDER 

THE CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 



1970 



1. Subclauses iii and iv of clause a of sub- 
paragraph 2 of paragraph 2 of Form 1 of 
Regulation 156 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1970 are revoked. 

The Crop Insurance Commission 
Of Ontario: 

Henry Ediger 

Chairman 

Ronald Atkinson 

Secretary 



Dated at Toronto, this 19th day of May, 1976. 
(8402) 

THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 564/76. 

Restricted Areas — District of Kenora, 

Patricia Portion. 
Made— July 2nd, 1976. 
Filed— July 5th, 1976. 



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REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 69/71 

MADE UNDER 

THE PLANNING ACT 

1. Section 2 of Ontario Regulation 69/71 is 
amended by adding thereto the following 
clause : 

(m) "semi-detached structure" means a build- 
ing that is divided vertically into two 
dwelling units. 



2. Section 17 of the said Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor : 

17. In the areas restricted by this Order to use 
for General Commercial "C", the minimum front 
yard requirement is five feet. O. Reg. 564/76, s. 2. 

3. The said Regulation is amended by adding 
thereto the following sections : 

31. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land designated as Lot 1 according to a 
Plan registered in the Land Registry Ofl&ce for the 
Land Titles Division of Kenora (No. 23) as Number 
M-638 situate in the Municipality of Ear Falls in the 
Territorial District of Kenora, Patricia Portion, 
may be used for the erection and use thereon of a 
twenty-unit senior citizen complex provided the 
following requirements are met : 

Minimum front yard 50 feet 

Minimum side yards 15 feet 

Minimum rear yard 20 feet 

O. Reg. 564/76, s. 3, part. 

32. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land designated as Lot 2 according to a 
Plan registered in the Land Registry Office for the 
Land Titles Division of Kenora (No. 23) as Number 
M-638 situate in the Municipality of Ear Falls in 
the Territorial District of Kenora, Patricia Portion, 
may be used for the erection and use thereon of a 
day care centre with a maximum floor area of 1 ,600 
square feet. O. Reg. 564/76, s. 3, part. 

33. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land designated as Lot 3 according to a 
Plan registered in the Land Registry Office for the 
Land Titles Division of Kenora (No. 23) as Number 
M-638 situate in the Municipwdity of Ear Falls in the 
Territorial District of Kenora, Patricia Portion, 
may be used for the erection and use thereon of three 
quadruplex buildings provided the following require- 
ment is met : 

A minimum of one parking space shall be provided 
for each dwelling imit. O. Reg. 564/76, s. 3, part. 

34. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land designated as lots 24, 25 and 26 
according to a Plan registered in the Land Registry 
Office for the Land Titles Division of Kenora (No. 23) 
as Number M-630 situate in the Municipality of 



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O. Reg. 566/76 



Ear Falls in the Territorial District of Kenora, 
Patricia Portion, may be used for the erection and 
use thereon of two semi-detached structures provided 
the following requirements are met : 



Minimum front yard 
Minimum side yards 



20 feet 



10 feet 



Minimum rear yard 30 feet 

0. Reg. 564/76, s. 3, part. 

35. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, lots 10, 11, 12, 13, 36, 37, 38 and 39 according 
to a Plan registered in the Land Registry Office 
for the Land Titles Division of Kenora (No. 23) 
as Number M-630 situate in the Municipality of 
Ear Falls in the Territorial District of Kenora, 
Patricia Portion, may each be used for the erection 
and use thereon of one semi-detached structure 
provided the following requirements are met : 

Minimum front yard 20 feet 

Minimum rear yard 30 feet 

O. Reg. 564/76. s. 3, part. 

36. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, lots 1 to 9, 14 to 23 and 27 to 35, all 
inclusive, according to a Plan registered in the 
Land Registry Office for the Land Titles Division 
of Kenora (No. 23) as Number M-630 may each be 
used for one single-family dwelling and buildings and 
structures accessory thereto provided the require- 
ments of Part III are met. O. Reg. 564/76, s. 3, 
part. 

G. M. Farrow 

Executive Director, 

Plans Administration Division, 

Ministry of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 2nd day of July, 1976. 

(8403) 30 

THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 565/76. 

Restricted Areas — The Regional Muni- 
cipality of Durham, Town of Pickering. 
Made— June 30th, 1976. 
Filed— July 5th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 19/74 

MADE UNDER 

THE PLANNING ACT 

1. Ontario Regulation 19/74 is amended 
adding thereto the following section : 



18. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 5 may be used 
for the erection and use thereon of a building for the 
sale of handicrafts and antiques and buildings and 
structures accessory thereto. O. Reg. 565/76, s. 1. 

2. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedule : 

Schedule 5 

That parcel of land situate in the Town of 
Pickering in The Regional Municipality of Durham, 
formerly in the Township of Pickering in the 
County of Ontario, being composed of that part of 
Lot 31 in Concession IV more particularly described 
as follows: 

Premising that the bearings mentioned hereafter 
are astronomic and are referred to the northerly 
limit of the said Lot 31 as shown on a Plan deposited 
in the Land Registry Office for the Registry Division 
of Durham (No. 40) as Number 40R-2225. 

Beginning at a place in the northerly limit of the said 
Lot distant 399.27 feet measured south 72° 49' 10" 
west from a point distant 314.18 feet measured south 
72° 33' 05" west from the northeasterly angle of the 
said Lot ; 

Thence south 72° 49' 10" west along the said 
northerly limit 49.50 feet to a point ; 

Thence south 16° 02' east 221.81 feet to a point; 

Thence north 73° 25' 10" east 50.58 feet to a point ; 

Thence north 16° 18' 50" west 222.32 feet to the 
place of beginning. O. Reg. 565/76, s. 2. 

G. M. Farrow 

Executive Director, 

Plans Administration Division, 

Ministry of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 30th day of June, 1976. 

(8404) 30 



THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 566/76. 

Restricted Areas — County of Peter- 
borough, Township of Cavan. 
Made— June 30th, 1976. 
Filed— July 5th, 1976. 



by 



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REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 619/75 

MADE UNDER 

THE PLANNING ACT 

1. Section 17 of Ontario Regulation 619/75, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
275/76, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor : 

17. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the lands described in Schedules 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 
8, 9, 1 1. 12, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 
26, 27, 28 and 29 may each be used for the erection 
and use thereon of one single-family dwelling and 
buildings and structures accessory thereto. O. Reg. 
566/76, s. 1. 

2. The said Regulation is amended by adding 
thereto the following Schedule : 

Schedule 29 

That parcel of land situate in the Township of 
Cavan in the County of Peterborough, formerly 
in the County of Durham, being composed of 
that part of Lot 20 in Concession XI designated 
as Part 2 on a Plan deposited in the Land Registry 
Office for the Registry Division of Durham East 
(No. 9) as Number 9R-732 O. Reg. 566 /76. s. 2. 

G. M. Farrow 

Executive Director, 

Plans Administration Division, 

Ministry of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 30th day of June, 1976. 

(8405) 30 



THE HEALTH INSURANCE ACT, 1972 

O.Reg. 567/76. 

General. 

Made— June 30th, 1976. 

Filed— July 6th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 323/72 

MADE UNDER 

THE HEALTH INSURANCE ACT, 1972 

1. Section 45 of Ontario Regulation 323/72 is 
revoked and the following substituted there- 
for: 

45.— (1) On or after the 1st day of April, 1972, but 
before the 1st day of July, 1976, the following 
services rendered by chiropractors are prescribed 
as insured services under the Plan : 



1. Initial service (office or institutional). 

2. Subsequent service. 

3. Home service. 

4. Radiographic examination. 



(2) The amount payable by the Plan for the 
services prescribed in subsection 1 is, where the 
services are provided to an insured person on or 
after the 1st day of April, 1972 but before the 
1st day of July, 1976, as follows: 

1 . Initial service (office or institutional) $ 7.00 

2. Subsequent service $ 5.00 

3. Home service $ 7.00 

4. Radiographic examination maxi- 
mum per service $10.00 

Total amount of radiographic 
service allowed per insured person 
per 12-month period $25.00 

(3) The maximum amount payable by the Plan for 
the services prescribed in subsection 1, excluding 
radiographic examination is, where the services are 
provided to an insured person on or after the 1st 
day of April, 1972, but before the 1st day of July, 
1976, in respect of each insured person, $100.00 per 
12-month period. 

(4) On or after the 1st day of July, 1976, the 
following services rendered by chiropractors are 
prescribed as insured services under the Plan : 

1 . Initial service (office or institutional). 

2. Subsequent service. 

3. Home service. 

4. Radiographic examination of the cervical 
spine — minimum of antero-posterior and 
lateral views. 

5. Radiographic examination of the thoracic 
spine — minimum of antero-posterior and 
lateral views. 

6. Radiographic examination of the lumbar 
spine — minimum of antero-posterior and 
lateral views. 

7. Radiographic examination of the pelvis 
and sacrum — minimum of antero-posterior 
and lateral views. 

8. Radiographic examination of the antero- 
posterior fxill spine — one view. 



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O. Reg. 569/76 



9. Radiographic examination of the antero- 
posterior full spine plus one additional 
view. 

10. Radiographic examination of the antero- 
posterior full spine plus two additional 
views. 

11. Radiographic examination of the ribs — 
minimum of antero-posterior and lateral 
views. 

12. Radiographic examination of any extre- 
mity — minimum of two views. 

13. Special added view of any of the above. 



(5) The amount payable by the Plan for the 
services prescribed under subsection 4 is, where the 
services are provided to an insured person on or after 
the 1st day of July, 1976, as follows: 

1. Initial service (office or institutional) $ 7.00 

2. Subsequent service I 5.50 

3. Home service $ 7.00 

4. Radiographic examination of the 
cervical spine — minimum of antero- 
posterior and lateral views $10.00 

5. Radiographic examination of the 
thoracic spine — minimum of antero- 
posterior and lateral views $10.00 

6. Radiographic examination of the 
lumbar spine — minimum of antero- 
posterior and lateral views $10.00 

7. Radiographic examination of the 
pelvis and sacrum — minimum of 
antero-posterior and lateral views. . $10.00 

8. Radiographic examination of the 
antero-posterior full spine — one view $10.00 

9. Radiographic examination of the 
antero-posterior full spine plus one 
additional view $20.00 

10. Radiographic examination of the 
antero-posterior full spine plus two 
additional views $25.00 

11. Radiographic examination of the 
ribs — minimum of antero-posterior 

and lateral views $10.00 

12. Radiographic examination of any 
extremity — minimum of two views. $10.00 



13. Special added view of any of the 
above — f>er view 



$ 5.00 



(6) The maximum amount payable by the Plan 
for the radiographic services prescribed in sub- 
section 4 is, where the services are provided to an 
insured person on or after the 1st day of July, 1976, 
in respect of each insured person, $25.00 per 12- 
month period. 

(7) The maximum amount payable by the Plan 
for the services prescribed in subsection 4 is, where 
the services are provided to an insured person 
on or after the 1st day of July, 1976, in respect 
of each insured person, $125 per 12-month period. 
O.Reg. 567/76, s. 1. 



(8407) 



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THE HEALTH INSURANCE ACT, 1972 

O. Reg. 568/76. 

General. 

Made— June 30th, 1976. 

Filed— July 6th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 323/72 

MADE UNDER 

THE HEALTH INSURANCE ACT, 1972 

1. Subsection 2 of section 49 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 323/72, as made by section 2 of 
Ontario Regulation 239/75, is amended by 
adding thereto the following item : 

12. Orthoptics 

2. This Regulation comes into force on the 1st 
day of July, 1976. 



I 



(8408) 



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THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 569/76. 

Order made under Section 29a of The 

Planning Act. 
Made— June 29th, 1976. 
Filed— July 6th, 1976. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 
THE PLANNING ACT 

ORDER MADE UNDER SECTION 29a OF 
THE PLANNING ACT 

1. A contravention, before the 19th day of March, 
1973, of section 29 of The Planning Act or a 
predecessor thereof or of a by-law passed under a 
predecessor of the said section or of an Order made 



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I 



under clause b of subsection 1 of section 27, as it 
existed on the 25th day of June, 1970, of The Planning 
Act, being chapter 296 of the Revised Statutes of 
Ontario, 1960, or a predecessor thereof does not 
have and shall be deemed never to have had the 
effect of preventing the conveyance or creation of 
any interest in the following parcel of land : 

That parcel of land situate in the Township of 
Bentinck in the County of Grey and being composed 
of part of Lot 1 in Concession VIII more particularly 
described as follows : 

Premising that the bearing of the westerly limit of 
the said Lot is north IV 28' west and relating all 
bearings herein thereto ; 

Commencing at the northwesterly angle of the said 
Lot; 

Thence north 77° 41' 10' east along the northerly 
Umit of the said Lot a distance of 27.12 feet ; 

Thence south 11° 41' 20* east along the easterly 
limit of Bruce County Road No. 10 a distance of 
225.30 feet ; 

Thence south 11° 25' 40* east continuing along the 
said easterly Umit a distance of 527.17 feet to the 
place of beginning of the herein described parcel of 
land; 

Thence south 11° 25' 40* east along the easterly 
Umit a distance of 150 feet ; 

Thence north 77° 46' 40* east a distance of 658.79 
feet; 

Thence north 11° 25' 40* west a distance of 150 
feet; 

Thence south 77° 46' 40* west a distance of 658.79 
feet to the place of begiiming. O. Reg. 569/76 
s. 1. 

John R. Rhodes 
Minister of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 29th day of June. 1976. 

(8409) 30 



THE APPRENTICESHIP AND 
TRADESMEN'S QUALIFICATION ACT 



O. Reg. 570/76. 

General Carpenter. 
Made— June 30th, 1976. 
Filed— July 6th, 1976. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 

THE APPRENTICESHIP AND 

TRADESMEN'S QUALIFICATION ACT 

GENERAL CARPENTER 

1. In this Regulation, 

(a) "certified trade" means the trade of general 
carpenter ; 

(b) "general carpenter" means a person who 
is experienced in all of the units as defined 
in colunms 1 and 2 of Schedules 1 and 2 ; 

(c) "unit" means a subject in Column 1 of 
Schedule 1 consisting of the instruction 
set oppxjsite the subject in Column 2 of 
Schedule 1 and a subject in Column 1 of 
Schedule 2 consisting of the instruction set 
opposite the subject in Colunm 2 of Schedule 
2. O.Reg. 570/76. s.l. 

2. The trade of general carpenter is designated 
as a certified trade for the purposes of the Act. 
O. Reg. 570/76, s. 2. 

3. An ap{M-entice training program in the trade 
is established and shall consist of a minimum of 
3.844 hours of related training and work experience 
training or such greater number of hours as the 
Director may determine of related training and work 
experience training to a maximum of 7,200 hours. 
O. Reg. 570/76. s. 3. 



4. The apprentice training program for the 
certified trade shaU consist of: 

(a) training at fuU-time educational day classes 
provided at a College of AppUed Arts and 
Technology or in courses that, in the 
opinion of the Director, are equivalent 
thereto in each of the units contained 
in Schedule 1 ; and 

{b) work experience training provided by 
the employer of the apprentice in each of 
the units contained in Schedule 2 for at least 
the training hours set out opposite the 
subject in Colunm 3 to and including the 
training hours set out opposite the subject 
in Column 4 of Schedule 2 as may be 
determined by the Director under section 3. 
O. Reg. 570/76. s. 4. 

5. Notwithstanding section 3 of Regulation 33 
of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1970. a person 
who has, 

(a) graduated in a course for the trade 
of general carpenter offered in the occu- 
pational program of a junior or special 
vocational school ; and 



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(b) been recommended to the Director by the 
Principal of the school where he com- 
pleted the course for enrolment as an 
apprentice in the certified trade, 

may be registered as an apprentice in the certified 
trade. O. Reg. 570 /76, s. 5. 

6. The Director shall issue an achievement record 
book to each apprentice in the certified trade for 
the purpose of recording his achievements during 
his apprenticeship. O. Reg. 570 /76, s. 6. 

7. — (1) Notwithstanding subsection 1 of section 
14 of Regulation 33 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1970, the Director shall issue a certificate 
of apprenticeship to an apprentice in the certified 
trade where the apprentice, 

(a) completes the number of hours of related 
training and work experience training re- 
quired under section 4 ; and 

(b) passes the examinations for each unit 
contained in Schedules 1 and 2. 

(2) Sections 17 and 18 of Regulation 33 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1970, do not 
apply to an applicant for a certificate of apprentice- 
ship in the certified trade. O. Reg. 570 /76, s. 7. 



8. The number of apprentices who may be 
employed by an employer in the certified trade 
shall not exceed, 

(a) where the employer is a journeyman 
in the trade, one apprentice plus an 
additional apprentice for each five journey- 
men employed by that employer in the 
trade and with whom the apprentice is 
working ; and 

{b) where the employer is not a journeyman 
in the trade, one apprentice for the first 
journeyman employed by the employer 
plus an additional apprentice for each 
additional five journeymen employed by 
that employer in the trade and with whom 
the apprentice is working. O. Reg. 570 /76, 
S.8. 



9. Notwithstanding section 8, on the recom- 
mendation of the provincial advisory committee or a 
local apprenticeship committee approved under 
the Act for the certified trade, the Director may 
determine the ratio of apprentices to journeymen 
who may be employed by an employer in the 
certified trade. O. Reg. 570 /76, s. 9. 

10. The rate of wages for an apprentice in the 
certified trade whether for his regular daily hours 
of work or for hours of work in excess of his 
regular daily hours of work, shall not be less than. 



(a) 40 per cent until the apprentice success- 
fully completes five units or 1 ,800 hours of 
training and work experience contained 
in Schedules 1 and 2 ; 

(b) 50 per cent until the apprentice success- 
fully completes ten units or 3,600 hours of 
training and work experience contained 
in Schedules 1 and 2 ; 

(c) 60 per cent until the apprentice success- 
fully completes fifteen units or 5,400 hours 
of training and work experience contained 
in Schedules 1 and 2 ; 

{d) 80 per cent until the apprentice success- 
fully completes the twenty units of training 
and work experience contained in Schedules 
1 and 2, 

of the average hourly rate of wages or its equivalent 
for journeymen employed by the employer in that 
trade and with whom the apprentice is working. 
O.Reg. 570/76, s. 10. 



11. — (1) An applicant, other than an apprentice, 
for a certificate of qualification in the certified trade 
who provides satisfactory evidence that he has 
completed the number of hours of training and work 
experience required under section 4 or the equivalent 
thereto as determined by the Director for one or 
more of the units in Schedules 1 and 2, is entitled 
to be a candidate for the examinations in such unit 
or units. 



(2) An applicant who passes the examinations in 
all the units contained in Schedules 1 and 2 shall be 
issued a certificate of qualification in the certified 
trade. 



(3) An applicant who passes the examinations 
in one or more of the units in Schedules 1 and 2 
shall be, 

(a) issued an achievement record book by the 
Director ; 

(b) accredited in the achievement record boo! 
for each unit in which he has passed the' 
examinations ; and 

(c) may be re-examined in each of the units 
that he has failed to pass at such time and 
place as may be fixed by the Director. 

(4) Sections 17 and 18 of Regulation 33 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1970, do not apply 
to an applicant for a certificate of qualification 
in the certified trade. O. Reg. 570/76, s. 11. 

12. — (1) Section 8 and subsection 2 of section 10 
of the Act do not apply to any person who works or is 
employed in the certified trade. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

(2) Section 9 and subsection 3 of section 10 of the 
Act do not apply to an employer in the certified trade. 
O.Reg. 570/76,5. 12. 

13. A certificate of qualification in the certified 
trade is not required to be renewed. O. Reg. 
570/76,5.13. 

14. Ontario Regulation 371/71 is revoked. 
O.Reg. 570/76,5. 14. 

Schedule 1 

GENERAL CARPENTER 
In-School Training 



3159 



Item 

1 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Unit 


Instruction to be given 


Training 
Hours 


Power Tools 


Selecting and using portable power tools. Selecting and using 
stationary power tools. 


40 


2 
3 


\\'oodwork 
General 1 


Common types of soft wood and hardwood lumbers. Rough and 
finish hardware. Common joints. Strength of lumber beam- 
Preservation of lumber. Stairs. 


50 


Mathematics 1 


Whole numbers. Fractions. Decimals. Square roots. Areas. 
\'olumes. Metric System. 


20 


4 


Blueprints 1 


Types of drawings. Arrangement of views. Alphabet of lines. 
Dimensioning and symbols. Section views. Notes and title- 
block. 


30 


5 


Hand Tools 


Selecting and maintaining layout and measuring tools. Selecting 
and using cutting tools. Selecting and using pounding tools 
Selecting and using impelling tools. Selecting and using tools for 
holding and supporting work. Selecting and using tools for 
fastening. 


85 


6 


Construction 
Layout 1 


Line problems. Angles and triangles. Quadrilaterals and 
parallelograms. The circle. Polygons. The ellipse. Solving 
ratio and proportion. Stair layout. 


20 


7 
8 


W elding 1 Oxy- 
acetylene 


Safety. Handling and using oxy-acetylene cylinders. Handling 
and use of oxy-acetylene regulators, torches and auxiliary 
equipment. Weld faults. Practical application. 


30 


Safety 


Housekeeping. Machinery. Tools. Tanks, manholes. Fire 
protection. Dermatitis. Injuries. 


10 


9 


Woodwork 
General II 


Doors. Window frames and sashes. Framed partitions for house 
construction. Floors. Sound and heat insulation. Roofs. 
Centres for arches. Formwork. Framing for wall panelling. 


105 


10 


Mathematics 11 


Angles and triangles. Elementary algebra. Ratio. Proportion. 
Trigonometry. Introduction to mechanics of materials. 


40 



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Ite.m 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Unit 


Instruction to be given 


Training 
Hours 


11 


Blueprints II 
(Architecture) 


Introduction to architectural drawings. Mechanical and Electrical 
drawings. Contracts, codes and specifications. 


30 
20 


12 


Construction 
Layout II 


Working with the enlargement and reduction. Roof problems. 
Surface shapes. Working with auxiliary views. Arches, vaults 
and tunnels. 


13 


Rigging 


Manual handling and lifting. Hazards. Hanging hoists. Select- 
ing slings. Use of ladders and planking. Erecting unit type 
scaffolds. 


30 


14 


Acoustic 
Ceilings 


Tools. Exposed grid ceilings. Furring bar system. Special 
applications. 


25 


15 


Welding II 
Electric-arc 


Safety. Basic arc welding techniques. Weld faults. Arc blow. 
Power sources. Shielded arc electrodes and metal transfer. 
Practical application. 


30 



O. Reg. 570/76, Sched. 1. 



Schedule 2 

GENERAL CARPENTER 
Work Experience Training 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


Unit 


Work Experience Training 


Minimum 

Training 

Hours 


Maximum 

Training 

Hours 


1 


Finishing 
(Exterior) 


Cornices. Roof coverings. Window and door frames. 
Corner boards and belt courses. Wall coverings. 
Verandah or open porch finishes. 

Boarding or sheathing. Patented wallboard. Scaf- 
folding. 


375 


750 


2 


Framing 


Window and door sills. Beams and girders. Columns 
and posts. Joists. Bridging and flooring. Platform 
framing. Balloon framing, Non-bearing partitions. 
Pre-fab walls and panels. Scaffolding. 

Floor framing and laying. Heavy wall framing. Heavy 
roof framing. Ramps and other heavy framing. Scaf- 
folding. 

Gable roofs. Hip and valley roofs. Gambrel roofs. 
Mansard roofs. Flat roofs. Unequal pitch roofs. 
Dormers. Special roofs. Truss and roof construction. 
Scaffolding. 






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Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


Unit 


Work Experience Training 


Minimum 

Training 

Hours 


Maximum 

Training 

Hours 


3 


Formwork and 
Foundations 


Footing forms. Main wall forms. Stair forms. Column, 
pier, girder and slab forms. Continuous and special 
forms. Placing concrete. Stripping concrete forms. 
Scaffolding. Ramps and other heavy framing. 

Soil conditions. Building layout. Shoring and under- 
pinning. Drainage. 


754 


1538 


4 


Finishing 
(Walls and 
ceilings) 


Insulation. Walls and ceilings. Acoustic treatment. 
Scaffolding. 


415 


833 


5 


Finishing 
(Interior) 


Doors. Windows. Horizontal trims. Finished floors. 
Built-in fixtures. Dado and wainscot treatments. 
Special hardware. 

Straight stairs. Platform stairs. Winders (stairs). 
Spiral and geometric stairs. 


660 


1332 



(8410) 



O. Reg. 570/76, Sched. 2. 
30 



THE INSURANCE ACT 

O. Reg. 571/76. 

Order under Paragraph 1 of Subsection 

2 of Section 83 of the Act. 
Made— June 23rd, 1976. 
Filed— July 7th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 221/71 

MADE UNDER 

THE INSURANCE ACT 

The Schedule to Ontario Regulation 221/71, as amended by Ontario Regulations 282/71, 173/72, 
167/73, 557/74, 558/74, 719/74, 134/75 and 187/76, is further amended by adding thereto the 
following item ; 



Item 
No 


Column 1 


Column 
2 


Column 3 


39 


Co-operators Life 
Insurance Association 


7% 


Ordinary Non-Participating Immediate Annuities 
issued on or after January 1, 1975 



(8411) 



30 



1051 



3162 O. Reg. 572/76 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 573/76 



THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 572/76. 

Restricted Areas — County of Haldi- 
mand (now The Regional Munici- 
pality of Haldimand-Norfolk), 
Township of Walpole (now City of 
Nanticoke). 

Made— June 30th, 1976. 

Filed— July 7th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 285/73 

MADE UNDER 

THE PLANNING ACT 

1. Ontario Regulation 285/73 is amended by 
adding thereto the following section : 

32. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 47 may be used 
for the erection and use thereon of one single-family 
dwelling and buildings and structures accessory 
thereto in addition to the existing dwelling on the 
said land. O. Reg. 572 /76, s. 1 . 

2. Schedule 45 to the said Regulation, as made 
by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 296 /76 
and amended by section 2 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 422 /76, is further amended by adding 
thereto the following paragraph : 

5. That part of Lot 10 in Concession IX more 
particularly described as follows : 

Beginning at a place in the northerly limit 
of the said Lot 10 distant 490 feet from the 
northeasterly angle of the said Lot ; 

Thence southerly parallel with the easterly 
limit of the said Lot 200 feet to a point ; 

Thence westerly parallel with the northerly 
limit of the said Lot 200 feet to a point ; 

Thence northerly parallel with the easterly 
limit of the said Lot 200 feet to a point in the 
northerly limit of the said Lot ; 

Thence easterly along that northerly limit 200 
feet to the place of beginning. 



3. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedule : 

Schedule 47 



That parcel of land in the City of Nanticoke in 
The Regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk, 
formerly in the Township of Walpole in the County 
of Haldimand, being that part of Lot 13 in Con- 
cession X more particularly described as follows : 

1052 



Beginning at a place in the westerly limit of the said 
Lot distant northerly along the said westerly limit 
146 feet from the southwesterly angle of the said 
Lot; 

Thence easterly parallel with the southerly limit of 
the said Lot 132 feet to a point ; 

Thence southerly parallel with the westerly hmit 
of the said Lot 66 feet to a point ; 

Thence easterly parallel with the southerly limit 
of the said Lot 336 feet to a point ; 

Thence southerly parallel with the westerly limit 
of the said Lot 80 feet to a point in the southerly 
limit of the said Lot ; 

Thence easterly along the said southerly limit to the 
southeasterly angle of the said Lot ; 

Thence northerly along the easterly limit of the said 
Lot to the point of intersection of the said easterly 
limit with the division line between the north half 
and the south half of the said Lot ; 

Thence westerly along the said division line to the 
point of intersection with the westerly limit of the said 
Lot; 

Thence southerly along the said westerly limit to the 
place of beginning. O. Reg. 572 /76, s. 3. 

G. M. Farrow 

Executive Director, 

Plans Administration Division, 

Ministry of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 30th day of June, 1976. 

(8412) 30 

THE PLANNING ACT 

O.Reg. 573/76. 

Restricted Areas — County of Perth, 

Township of Wallace. 
Made— July 6th, 1976. 
Filed— July 7th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 286/74 

MADE UNDER 

THE PLANNING ACT 

1. Ontario Regulation 286/74 is amended by 
adding thereto the following section : 

13. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 8 may be used 
for the erection and use thereon of a building, not 
exceeding 2,240 square feet in total floor area, for 
sales and service of farm machinery. O. Reg. 573 /76, 
s. 1. 






0. Reg. 573/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 575/76 3163 



2. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedule: 

Schedule 8 

That parcel of land situate in the Township of 
Wallace in the County of Perth, being composed 
of that part of Farm Lot 25 in Concession IV more 
particularly described as follows : 

Beginning in the westerly limit of the King's 
Highway as widened and shown on a Plan deposited 
in the Land Registry Office for the Registry EHvision 
of Perth (No. 44) as Number 428 at a place 1,078 
feet northerly along the said westerly limit from the 
southerly hmit of the said Lot ; 

Thence north 29° 32' 30* east along the said westerly 
limit 235 feet to a point ; 

Thence north 59° 57' 30* west 514 feet to a point ; 

Thence southerly parallel to the said westerly limit 
235 feet to a point ; 

Thence south 59° 57' 30' east 514 feet to the place of 
banning. O. Reg. 573 /76, s. 2. 

G. M. Farrow 

Executive Director, 

Plans Administration Division, 

Ministry of Housing 



Dated at Toronto, this 6th day of July, 1976. 
(8413) 



30 



THE PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 574/76. 

Restricted Areas — Part of the District 

of Nipissing. 
Made— July 6th, 1976. 
Filed— July 7th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 540/74 

MADE UNDER 

THE PLANNING ACT 

1. Ontario Regulation 540/74 is amended by 
adding thereto the following section : 

19. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 8 may be used 
for the erection and use thereon of one single-family 
dwelling and buildings and structures accessory 
thereto. O. Reg. 574 /76, s. 1 . 



2. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedule: 

Schedule 8 

That ptarcel of land in the Ge<^raphic Township of 
Bastedo, being that part of Lot 14 in Concession I 
entered in the Land Registry Office for the Land 
Titles Division of Nipissing (No. 36) as Parcel 
Number 16763. O. Reg. 574 /76, s. 2. 

G. M. Farrow 

Executive Director, 

Plans Administration Division, 

Ministry of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 6th day of July, 1976. 

(8414) 30 

THE PLANNING ACT 

O.Reg. 575/76. 

Restricted Areas — County of Frontenac, 

Township of Bedford. 
Made— July 6th, 1976. 
Filed— July 7th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 218/75 

MADE UNDER 

THE PLANNING ACT 

1. Ontario Regulation 218/75 is amended by 
adding thereto the following section : 

30. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 28 may be 
used for the erection and use thereon of one 
single-family dwelling and buildings and struc- 
tures accessory thereto provided the following 
requirements are met : 

Minimum distance be- 
tween any building and 
the highwater mark of 
Buck Lake 100 feet 

No use shall be per- 
mitted within 100 feet 
of the highwater mark 
which will significantly 
alter the natural con- 
dition of the vegetation 
or soil 

Minimum side yards 10 feet 

Minimum rear yard 25 feet 

Maximum lot coverage 30 per cent 

O. Reg. 575/76, s. 1. 



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O. Reg. 576/76 



2. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedule: 

Schedule 28 

That parcel of land situate in the Township of 
Bedford in the County of Frontenac, being com- 
posed of that part of Lot 1 in Concession XIII 
designated as Part 11 on a Reference Plan deposited 
in the Land Registry Office for the Registry 
Division of Frontenac (No. 13) as Number R-161. 
O. Reg. 575/76, s. 2. 

G. M. Farrow 

Executive Director, 

Plans Administration Division, 

Ministry of Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 6th day of July, 1976. 

(8426) 30 

THE GAME AND FISH ACT 

O. Reg. 576/76. 

Bullfrogs. 

Made— June 30th, 1976. 

Filed— July 7th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 359 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 

MADE UNDER 

THE GAME AND FISH ACT 



1970 



1. — (1) Subsection 1 of section 1 of Regu- 
lation 359 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1970 is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 



(1) A licence issued for a resident to take bullfrogs 
for the purpose of sale or barter shall be in Form 
2 and the fee therefor is $25. 

(la) A licence in Form 2 is valid only in the 
part or parts of Ontario prescribed in the licence. 
O.Reg. 576/76, s. 1 (1). 

(2) Subsection 3 of the said section 1 is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

(3) A licence in Form 2 expires with the 15th day 
of October next following the date of issue. 
O.Reg. 576/76,5. 1 (2). 

2. Subsection 1 of section 3 of the said Regu- 
lation is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 

(1) Subject to subsection 2, no person other than 
the holder of a licence in Form 2 shall take more 
than fifteen bullfrogs in a day or possess more than 
fifteen bullfrogs at one time. O. Reg. 576 /76, s. 2. 

3. The said Regulation is amended by adding 
thereto the following section : 

3a. The holder of a hcence in Form 2 shall make a 
return in Form 3 and send it by registered mail on or 
before the 30th day of November in each year to the 
district manager of the administrative district of the 
Ministry in which the licence was issued. O. Reg. 
576/76,s. 3. 

4. Section 4 of the said Regulation is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor : 

4. This Regulation applies to all parts of Ontario. 
O.Reg. 576/76, s. 4. 



5. Forms 1 and 2 of the said Regulation are revoked and the following substituted therefor : 

Form 1 

The Game and Fish Act 

APPLICATION FOR A LICENCE TO TAKE 
BULLFROGS FOR SALE OR BARTER 

Under The Game and Fish Act and the regulations and subject to the limitations thereof. 

Please Print Name : 

(Surname) (Given Names) 

Address : 

(Number) (Street) (City /Town, etc.) (Province) (Postal Code) 

makes application for a licence to take bullfrogs for sale or barter in the County /District of 

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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3165 



Date of Application 
Day Month Year 


Completed at (specify — Township, Signature of Apphcant 
District, County, City, etc.) 











O. Reg. 576/76, s. 5, part. 



Form 2 

The Game and Fish Act 

LICENCE TO TAKE BULLFROGS 
FOR SALE OR BARTER 

19.... 



No. 



Licence Fee $25.00 

Under The Game and Fish Act and the regulations and subject to the limitations thereof, this Ucence 
is granted to : 



Name 



Address 



to take bullfrogs for sale or barter, in the County /District of. 



This licence expires with the 15th day of October next following the date of issue. 



Signature of Issuer 


District Office 


Date 



The licensee is required to submit an Annual Return to the District Office in which the licence was issued. 

O. Reg. 576/76, s. 5, part. 



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3166 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 576/76 

6. The said Regulation is further amended by adding thereto the following Form: 

Form 3 

The Game and Fish Act 

ANNUAL RETURN BY THE HOLDER OF A 

LICENCE TO TAKE BULLFROGS 

FOR SALE OR BARTER 



Please Print: 



Name of Licensee 



Address of Licensee 



Licence No. 



Licence Expires October 15th, 19. . . . 



Number of 
Bullfrogs Taken 


Number Actually 
Killed 


Location — Marsh, Township, County /District 



















































Sales of Bullfrogs: 



Date 


To Whom Sold 


Number Sold for 
Human Consumption 


Number Sold to 
Biological Supply House 



































































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Comments ; 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 577/76 3167 



I certify that the foregoing information is true 


Signature of Licensee 


Date 



Annual Return must be submitted on or before November 30th of year in which licence was issued. 
O. Reg. 576/76,5. 6. 



(8427) 



30 



THE PESTICIDES ACT, 1973 

O. Reg. 577/76. 

General. 

Made— June 30th, 1976. 

Filed— July 7th, 1976. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 618/74 

MADE UNDER 

THE PESTICIDES ACT, 1973 

1. Section 1 of Ontario Regulation 618/74 is 
amended by relettering clause a as ab and 
adding thereto the following clauses : 

(a) "adequate respiratory protection" means 
a respiratory device or devices which 
effectively protects the user from adverse 
effects which might result from breathing 
in of a pesticide during the handling or use 
of the pesticide ; 

(aa) "adequate protective clothing" means 
clothing including rubber or neoprene 
boots, rubber or neoprene gloves, hats, 
coats and other garments that effectively 
protect the user from adverse effects which 
might result from a pesticide coming in 
contact with the skin during or after the 
handling or use of the pesticide ; 



(ba\ 



"air-blast machine" means a pesticide 
application device utilizing an independent 
mechanically produced stream of air to 
assist the carrying of the pesticide beyond 
the orifice of the device ; 



Section 5 and the Table thereto of the said 
Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 



5. An application for a type of licence mentioned 
in Column 1 of the following Table shall be in the 
form set opposite thereto in Column 2. 



TABLE 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Type of Licence 


Form of 
Application 
for Licence 


1 


Operator (all classes) 


2 


2 


Structural Exterminator 

(all classes) 


1 


3 


Land Exterminator 
(all classes) 


1 


4 


Water Exterminator 

(all classes) 


1 


5. 


Wholesale Vendor 
(all classes) 


8 


6 


Retail Vendor 
(all classes) 


9 



O. Reg. 577/76, s. 2. 



3. — (1) Subsection 1 of section 6 of the said 
Regulation is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor : 



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3168 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 577/76 



(1) Subject to subsection 4, an applicant for any 
class of exterminator's licence shall submit with his 
application the names of at least two reputable 
persons who have known the applicant for at least 
one year immediately prior to the application and 
are prepared to attest to his good reputation. 
O. Reg. 577/76, s. 3(1). 

(2) The said section 6 is amended by adding 
thereto the following subsection : 

(5) Every applicant for an exterminator's licence 
and every exterminator shall notify the Director 
of any change in the information furnished in or 
with his application within ten days after the 
effective date of the change. O. Reg. 577/76, 
s. 3 (2). 

4. Section 14 of the said Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

14. — (1) Every applicant for an operator's licence 
or a renewal thereof shall submit such information 
and material as the Director may require with 
respect to the character, qualifications and financial 
responsibility of the applicant or where the applicant 
is a corporation, with respect to the character and 
qualifications of the directors and officers of the 
applicant and the financial responsibility of the 
applicant. 

(2) Where several persons intend to operate 
an extermination business in association with 
each other under the authority of one operator's 
licence, it is a requirement for the licence that each 
of such persons signs the application for the licence. 

(3) Where the applicant is a corporation it shall 
designate on Form 2 the directors or officers who are 
the Official Representatives of the corporation and 
whose duty it is to ensure that the Act and the 
regulations thereunder are complied with and who 
shall sign the application. 

(4) Every operator shall notify the Director of 
any change in the information furnished in Form 2 
or pursuant to section 17 within ten days after the 
effective date of the change. O. Reg. 577 /76, s. 4. 

5. Subsection 3 of section 15 of the said Regu- 
lation is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor : 

(3) Where the applicant is a corporation, any 
examination required under subsection 1 shall be 
taken by the Official Representative or Repre- 
sentatives of the applicant designated under sub- 
section 3 of section 14. O. Reg. 577 /76, s. 5. 

6. Section 16 of the said Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

16. An applicant for any class of operator's 
licence or a renewal thereof shall satisfy the Director 
that he is at least eighteen years of age or, in the 



case of a corporation that the Official Representatives 
are each at least eighteen years of age. O. Reg. 
577/76, s. 6. 

7. Subsection 1 of section 19 of the said Regu- 
lation is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor : 

(1) An operator shall carry insurance in a form 
approved by the Superintendent of Insurance of the 
Province of Ontario for every extermination business 
carried on by him with respect to the liability of 
the operator and all of his employees arising out of 
any extermination business carried on by him for 
death, injury or property damage. O. Reg. 577 /76, 
s. 7. 

8. Section 20 of the said Regulation is amended 
by striking out "and" at the end of clause d, 
by adding "and" at the end of clause e, 
and by adding thereto the following clause : 

(/) the pesticides set out in Schedule 6 are 
classified as Schedule 6 pesticides. O. Reg. 
618/74, s. 20 ; O. Reg. 577 /76, s. 8. 

9. Subsection 3 of section 21 of the said Regu- 
lation is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor : 

(3) Where a person uses a pesticide in an 
extermination for the purpose of research or a test, 

(a) by a Research Centre, University or other 
institution of learning, a professional re- 
searcher from industry or the Government 
of Ontario, the Government of Canada 
or a person under the supervision or 
authority of a professional researcher from 
industry or the Government of Ontario or 
the Government of Canada, on the prem- 
ises of such centre or institution, or on 
experimental premises obtained for this 
purpose ; or 

(6) where approval of the extermination has 
been obtained from the Director at least 
seven days before the extermination is 
performed, 

he is exempt from subsections 1 and 2 and from 
subsection 1 of section 4 and subsection 1 of section 
6 of the Act for that extermination. O. Reg. 
577/76,s. 9. 

10. Section 27 of the said Regulation and the 
heading immediately preceding the said 
section 27 are revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

FIRES, ACCIDENTS, THEFTS 

27. — (1) If a pesticide is involved in a fire or other 
occurrence that may result in the pesticide being 
released into the environment other than in the 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3169 



normal course of affairs, the person responsible 
for a pesticide shall forthwith notify the Director. 

(2) The person responsible for a pesticide shall 



forthwith notify the Director whenever any pesticide 
is stolen or otherwise passes out of his possession 
or control other than in the normaU course of his 
affairs. O. Reg. 577 /76, s. 10. 



11. The Table to subsection 1 of section 28 of the said Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

TABLE 





Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Item 


Class of Structural 

Exterminator's 

Licence 


Pesticide Authorized for Use 


Conditions of Use 


1 


1 


Schedules 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 


Any structural use except 
termite control 


2 


2 


(a) Schedules 2, 3. 4 and 6 


Any structural use except 
termite control 


{b) Schedules 1 and 5 


Assisting Class 1 Structural 
Exterminator 


3 


3 


(a) Schedules 3, 4 and 6 


Any structural use except 
termite control 


(b) Schedule 2 


Assisting Class 2 Structural 
Exterminator 


4 


4 


(a) Schedules 3, 4 and 6 


Assisting Class 3 Structural 
Exterminator 


(6) Pesticide (s) stipulated on 
licence 


Assisting Class 5 or Class 6 
Structural Exterminator 


5 


5 


Pesticide(s) stipulated on 
licence 


Control of termites and other 
wood-destroying insects 


6 


6 


Pesticide(s) stipulated on 
licence 


Use, premises and equipment 
stipulated on licence 



O. Reg. 618/74, s. 28 (1); O. Reg. 577/76, s. 11. 



12. Section 32 of the said Regulation and the 
heading immediately preceding the said 
section 32 are revoked and the following 
substituted therefor ; 

structural extermination use 

and permit requirements for 

methyl bromide, aluminum 

phosphide and cyanide compounds 

32. — (1) Sections 33 to 41, both inclusive, apply 
to structural exterminations in which any Schedule 
1 or 5 pesticide containing methyl bromide or 
cyanide compounds is used. 

(2) Sections 33, 34, 37, 38, 39 and 40 and 
subsections 1, 4 and 5 of section 41 apply to 
structural exterminations in which any Schedule 1 



or 5 pesticide containing aluminum phosphide 
is used in a general space fumigation of a building 
or a portion thereof. O. Reg. 577/76, s. 12. 

13. Clause b of subsection 2 of section 33 of the 
said Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor ; 

(6) be licensed as a Class 5 or 6 structural 
exterminator and authorized to use the 
pesticide mentioned in the apphcation for 
the permit. O. Reg. 618/74, s. 33(2); 
O.Reg. 577/76, s. 13. 

14. Subsection 3 of section 38 of the said Regu- 
lation is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor : 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 577/76 



(3) The exterminator shall ensure that no placard 
is removed and the building or vehicle is not 
reoccupied until the airing-out is completed. O. Reg. 
577/76,s. 14. 

15. Section 40 of the said Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor : 

40. The exterminator shall ensure that no person 
mentioned in subsection 1 of section 39 enters or 
remains in the building or vehicle after an exter- 
mination therein is commenced and before the airing- 
out is completed under section 41 unless he employs 
adequate respiratory protection and he is ac- 
companied by at least one other adult person 
mentioned in subsection 1 of section 39 similarly 
protected. O. Reg. 577/76, s. 15. 

16. Subsections 3, 4 and 5 of section 41 of the said 
Regulation are revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor : 

(3) Where a pesticide containing a cyanide 
compound is used in the extermination, the exter- 
minator shall make tests for the detection of the 
presence of hydrocyanic acid gas in the building 
or vehicle in which the extermination was per- 
formed by means of glass detector tubes used for 
determining concentrations of hydrocyanic acid 
gas at, 

(a) each wall in every room, closet or other 
enclosed space ; 

(b) each floor and wall in the basement ; and 

(c) each ceiling and wall of every attic room. 

(4) Where a pesticide containing aluminum 
phosphide is used in the extermination, the exter- 
minator shall make tests for the detection of the 
presence of phosphine gas in the building or vehicle 
in which the extermination was performed by means 
of glass detector tubes used for determining the 
concentrations of phosphine gas. 

(5) The airing-out of the building or vehicle is 
not completed, 

(a) where a pesticide containing methyl bro- 
mide has been used and the Hame of the 
halide-leak detector changes to a greenish 
colour ; 

(b) where a pesticide containing a cyanide 
compound has been used and a reaction 
shows in detector tubes to ten or more 
PPM of hydrocyanic acid gas ; or 

(c) where a pesticide containing aluminum 
phosphide has been used and a reaction 
shows in detector tubes to 0.3 PPM or 
more of phosphine gas. O. Reg. 577/76, 
s. 16. 



17. The heading preceding section 42 of the said 
Regulation is amended by striking out 
"Phostoxin" and inserting in lieu thereof 
"Aluminum Phosphide". O. Reg. 577/76, 
s. 17. 

18. Clauses b and c of subsection 1 of section 42 
of the said Regulation are revoked and the 
following substituted therefor : 

(b) where the enclosed space or vault is inside 
or opens into a building, is equipped in 
accordance with subsection 2, 



(c) has adequate respiratory protection on 
his person during the extermination ; 

19. — (1) Subclause ii of clause a of section 43 
of the said Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor : 

(ii) all persons present during the intro- 
duction of the gas and airing-out 
period employ adequate respiratory 
protection, or 



(2) Subclause iv of clause b of the said section 
43 is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor : 

(iv) all persons present during the intro- 
duction of the gas and airing-out 
period employ adequate respiratory 
protection. 



(3) The said section 43 is amended by adding 
thereto the following subsections: 

(2) Where an exterminator is engaged in the 
extermination of rodents in burrows in the ground ' 
by the use of a Schedule 1 or 5 pesticide containing 
aluminum phosphide or a cyanide compound and, 

(a) the burrows do not open into a building; 
and 

(b) the exterminator has adequate respiratory 
protection on his person during the exter- 
mination, 

he is exempt from subsection 1 of section 6 of the 
Act and sections 34, 37, 38, 39, 40 and 41 of this 
Regulation for that extermination. 



(3) Where an extermination of a commodity is 
performed in a railway car, shipping container, 
truck, storage bin or under a gas-tight plastic 
tarpaulin by means of a Schedule 1 or 5 pesticide 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3171 



I 






containing aluminum phosphide, the exterminator 
is exempt from subsection 1 of section 6 of the Act, 
and from sections 34, 38, 39, 40 and 41 of this 
Regulation for that extermination, but he shall, 

(a) perform the extermination other than 
in a room which is used for human 
habitation ; 

(b) have adequate respiratory protection on 
his person ; and 

(c) post a placard at least fourteen inches 
long and ten inches wide at all entrances 
to the building or vehicle on which the 
extermination is to be performed and 
bearing the word "danger" in red letters 
at least 2y2 inches high on a white back- 
ground and indicating that an extermina- 
tion is being performed on the premises. 
O.Reg. 577/76, s. 19(3). 

20. Section 51 of the said Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

51. Where an extermination is performed by 
means of a pesticide containing ethylene dichloride, 
ethylene dibromide or carbon tetrachloride, the 
exterminator shall, 

(a) perform the extermination other than 
in a room which is used for human 
habitation ; 

(b) employ adequate respiratory protection ; 

(c) exclude all persons not engaged in the 
extermination from the area during the 
extermination ; 

{d) be accompanied by at least one other 
person employing adequate respiratory 
protection ; and 

(e) post a placard at least fourteen inches 
long and ten inches wide at all entrances 
to the building or vehicle and land on 
which the extermination is to be performed 
and bearing the word "danger" in red 
letters at least 2V2 inches high on a white 
background and indicating that an exter- 
mination is being performed on the prem- 
ises. O.Reg. 577/76, s. 20. 

21 Clause h of section 52 of the said Regulation 
IS revoked and the following substituted 
therefor : 

{b) adequate respiratory protection is on his 
person at all times ; and 



22. Section 54 of the said Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

54. — (1) Where a person performs an extermina- 
tion by means of a Schedule 4 or 6 pesticide on 
premises owned or occupied by him or by a person 
of whom he is the full-time employee, he is 
exempt from subsection 1 of section 4 of the Act 
for that extermination. 

(2) Subsection 1 applies in respect of an exter- 
mination of a tenanted apartment in an apartment 
building only if the person who performs the 
extermination is the tenant. O. Reg. 577 /76, s. 22. 



23. Section 55 of the said Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor : 

55. — (1) Where a person performs an extermina- 
tion on animals within a farm structure by means 
of a Schedule 3, 4 or 6 pesticide and is licensed 
as a Class 5 or 10 land exterminator authorized 
to use the pesticide being used in the extermination, 
he is exempt from being licensed as a structural 
exterminator for such extermination. 

(2) An agriculturist or his full-time employee 
who performs an extermination on animals within 
a farm structure occupied by him. by means of a 
Schedule 3, 4 or 6 pesticide, is exempt from being 
licensed as a structural exterminator for that 
extermination. O. Reg. 577 /76, s. 23. 

24. Section 57 of the said Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor : 

57. Where an exterminator engages in an exter- 
mination in or upon an installation or machinery 
that is a fixture in a building using a pesticide con- 
taining both methyl bromide and a pesticide 
mentioned in section 51, provided that the methyl 
bromide does not exceed 30 per cent by weight of 
the pesticide and the exterminator, 

(a) performs the extermination wholly within 
one room or a group of connected rooms, 
none of which is used for human habitation ; 

(b) employs adequate respiratory protection; 
and 

(c) excludes all persons not engaged in the 
extermination from the room during the 
extermination, 

he is exempt from the permit requirement of 
subsection 1 of section 6 of the Act and sections 
34, 37, 39 and 40 of this Regulation for that 
extermination. O. Reg. 577/76, s. 24. 



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25. The Table to subsection 1 of section 59 of the said Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

TABLE 





Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Item 


Class of Land 

Exterminator's 

Licence 


Pesticide Authorized for Use 


Conditions of Use 


1 


1 


Schedules 2, 3, 4 and 6 pesticides 
that are herbicides 


Non-agricultural use 


2 


2 


Schedules 3, 4 and 6 pesticides 
that are herbicides 


Non-agricultural use 


3 


3 


Schedules 2, 3, 4 and 6 pesticides 
other than herbicides 


Non-agricultural use 


4 


4 


Schedules 3, 4 and 6 pesticides 
other than herbicides 


Non-agricultural use 


5 


5 


Schedules 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 pesticides 
other than herbicides 


Agricultural land 


6 


6 


Schedules 2, 3, 4 and 6 pesticides 
that are herbicides 


Agricultural land 


7 


7 


Schedules 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 pesticides 
other than herbicides 


From an airborne machine 


8 


8 


Schedules 2, 3, 4 and 6 pesticides 
that are herbicides 


From an airborne machine 


9 


9 


Schedules 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 pesticides 
other than herbicides 


Air-blast machines and 
power dusters 


10 


10 


Pesticide (s) stipulated on licence 


Use, premises and/or equip- 
ment stipulated on licence 



O. Reg. 618/74, s. 59 (1) ; O. Reg. 577/76, s. 25. 



26. Clause a of subsection 2 of section 65 of the 
said Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor : 

(a) he employs adequate respiratory pro- 
tection ; and 



27. The said Regulation is amended by adding 
thereto the following section : 

AIR-BLAST MACHINES 

65a. Where a land extermination is performed 
using an air-blast machine to apply a Schedule 
2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 pesticide, the exterminator shall be 
the holder of a Class 9 land exterminator's licence or 
a Class 10 land exterminator's licence which is 
endorsed for the use of an air-blast machine. 
O.Reg. 577/76, s. 27. 



28. The heading immediately preceding section 66 
of the said Regulation is revoked and the j 
following substituted therefor : 



AIRBORNE MACHINES 



29. Subsection 1 of the said section 66 is amended 
by striking out "or 3" in the third Hne. 
O. Reg. 577/76, s. 29. 



30. Section 67 of the said Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor : 

67. Where an extermination is performed from 
an airborne machine, the pilot of the airborne 
machine shall be the holder of a Class 7 or 8 land 
exterminator's licence, or the holder of a Class 3 
water exterminator's licence which is endorsed for 
the use of an airborne machine. O. Reg. 577/76, 
s. 30. 



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31. Section 68 of the said Regulation, exclusive 
of the ciause<. is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

68. Where a land or water extermination with 
an airborne machine is performed using a Schedule 1 , 
2 or 5 pesticide. 



32. 



Subsection 1 of section 69 of the said Regu- 
lation is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor : 



(1) Every person who operates an airborne ma- 
chine in performing land or water exterminations 
shall, 

(a) keep a record in Form 6 of each land or 
water extermination performed by him for 
a period of one year after the extermination 
is completed or for such longer period as 
may be required by the Director in writing ; 
and 

(b) if the land or water extermination was 
performed for an operator, provide a copy 
of the record mentioned in clause a to the 
operator after the extermination is com- 
pleted, and the operator shall keep a copy of 
the record for one year or for such longer 
period as may be required by the Director 
in writing. O. Reg. 577 /76, s. 32. 



33. Section 71 of the said Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

71. — (1) Where a person performs a land exter- 
mination by means of a Schedule 4 or 6 pesticide on 
premises owned or occupied by him or by a person 
of whom he is the full-time employee, he is 
exempt from subsection 1 of section 4 of the Act for 
that extermination. 



(2) Where a person performs a land extermina- 
tion by means of a Schedule 3 pesticide on premises 
to which the public is not admitted and which are 
owned or occupied by him or by a person of whom 
he is the full-time employee, he is exempt from 
subsection 1 of section 4 of the Act for that exter- 
mination. O. Reg. 577 /76, s. 33. 



34. Section 72 of the said Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor : 

72. Where an agriculturist performs a land 
extermination on the farm land on which he is 
engaged in agricultural or forestry production by 
means of a Schedule 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 pesticide, he is 
exempt from subsection 1 of section 4 of the Act 
for that extermination. O. Reg. 577 /76, s. 34. 



35. Section 73 of the said Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor : 

73. — (1) Where an agriculturist who is enrolled 
as a custom sprayer Mrith the Ministry and holds 
a valid certificate of enrolment issued by the 
Director performs a land extermination on farm 
land other than his own by means of a Schedule 2, 
3, 4, 5 or 6 pesticide by the operation at any given 
time of only one piece of pesticide application 
equipment normally used on his own farm land, 
he is exempt from subsection 1 of section 4 of the 
Act for that extermination. 



(2) Subsection 1 does not apply to a person 
who performs an extermination by means of an 
airborne machine. 



(3) When a person who is an agriculturist and 
was enrolled with the Ministry as a custom sprayer 
prior to the 31st day of May, 1974, applies for a Class 
5 or 6 land exterminator's licence, he is exempt 
from subsections 1 and 2 of section 6. O. Reg. 
577/76.S.35. 

36. Clause a of section 74 of the said Regulation 
is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor : 

(a) employs adequate respiratory protection; 

37. Section 76 of the said Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor : 

76. — (1) Where an area weed inspector under 
Tlu Weed Control Act, in accordance with his 
duties under that Act, performs a land exter- 
mination by means of a Schedule 2, 3, 4 or 6 
pesticide that is a herbicide and uses a compressed- 
air hand sprayer or equipment no larger than that 
commonly called a knapsack sprayer, he is exempt 
from subsection 1 of section 4 of the Act for that 
extermination. 

(2) A municipality which performs a land exter- 
mination for another municipality by means of a 
Schedule 2, 3, 4 or 6 pesticide is exempt from 
subsection 2 of section 4 of the Act for that 
extermination. O. Reg. 577 /76, s. 37. 

38.— (1) Subsection 1 of section 77 of the said 
Regulation is amended by striking out 
"ecempt" in the fourth line and inserting in 
lieu thereof "exempt". O. Reg. 577/76, 
s.38{l). 

(2) Subsection 2 of the said section 77 is amended 
by striking out "insects" in the fourth Une and 
inserting in lieu thereof "insect". O. Reg. 
577/76,5.38(2). 

39. Section 78 of the said Regidation is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor : 



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78. No operator shall permit a vehicle to be used 
in transporting or applying a pesticide to be used in 
connection with a land extermination performed 
by a person licensed to perform land exterminations 
as a Class 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9 or 10 land exterminator 
unless a metal identification plate is obtained from 
the Director and is affixed to the rear of the vehicle 
in such a manner that the plate is visible and 
legible at all times. O. Reg. 577 /76, s. 39. 

40. The said Regulation is amended by adding 
the heading "Supervision of Equipment" 
immediately preceding section 79. O. Reg. 

577/76, s. 40. 



41. Subsection 1 of section 79 of the said Regu- 
lation is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

(1) Unless exempt from subsection 1 of section 4 
of the Act, no person shall perform a land or water 
extermination for which pesticide application equip- 
ment is used unless the equipment is under super- 
vision of an exterminator licensed to perform that 
extermination. O. Reg. 577/76, s. 41. 



42. The Table to subsection 1 of section 80 of the said Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

TABLE 





Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Item 


Class of Water 

Exterminator's 

Licence 


Pesticide Authorized for Use 


Conditions of Use 


1 


1 


Schedules 2, 3, 4 and 6 jjesticides 
that are herbicides 


Water application 


2 


2 


Schedules 2, 3, 4 and 6 pesticides 
other than herbicides 


Water application 


3 


3 


Pesticide (s) stipulated on hcence 


Use, equipment and/or area 
to be treated stipulated on 
licence 



O. Reg. 618/74, s. 80 (1); O. Reg. 577/76, s. 42. 



43. Section 82 of the said Regulation is revoked. 

44. Section 83 of the said Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor : 

83. Where a person performs a water extermination 
within the boundaries of premises owned or occupied 
by the person or by a person of whom he is a 
full-time employee, 

(a) he is exempt from subsection 1 of section 
4 of the Act for that extermination ; and 



(b) if such water is located wholly within the 
boundaries of such premises and does not 
discharge water by any means directly or 
indirectly, other than by percolation, into 
a well, lake, river, pond, spring, stream, 
reservoir or other water or watercourse 
that is located wholly or partly outside the 
boundaries of the premises, then he is 
exempt from subsection 2 of section 6 of the 
Act for that extermination. O. Reg. 
557/76,s. 44. 

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45. Section 84 of the said Regulation is revoke 
and the following substituted therefor : 

84. Where a person performs a water exter- 
mination for the control of plants that emerge fror 
or float on the surface of the water in a drainage 
ditch, which at the time of the extermination 
contains no moving water, and the person uses a' 
Schedule 2, 3, 4 or 6 pesticide that is labelled for that 
use, he is exempt from subsection 2 of section 6 
of the Act for that extermination. O. Reg. 577 /76, 
s. 45. 



46. Section 88 of the said Regulation is amended 
by adding "and" at the end of clause c and by 
adding thereto the following clause : 

(d) a Schedule 4 or 6 pesticide. O. Reg 
618/74, s. 88; O. Reg. 577/76, s. 46. 

47. Clause a of section 89 of the said Regulatioi 
is revoked and the following substitute 
therefor: 



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3175 



(a) Schedule 4 or 6 pesticides ; 

48. Section 92 of the said Regulation is amended 
by striking out "and" at the end of clause b, 
by adding "and" at the end of clause c, 
and by adding thereto the following clause : 



(d) a Schedule 4 c 
618/74, s. 92; O. 



r 6 pesticide. O. 
Reg. 577/76. s. 48. 



Reg. 



49. Section 93 of the said Regulation is amended 
by striking out "and" at the end of clause a, 
by adding "and" at the end of clause h 
and by adding thereto the following clause ; 

(c) a Schedule 4 or 6 pesticide. O. Reg. 
618/74, s. 93; O. Reg. 577/76, s. 49. 

50. Section 94 of the said Regulation is amended 
by inserting after Schedule 3 in the second 
line "or 6". O. Reg. 577/76, s. 50. 

51. Clauses b, c and d of section 95 of the said 
Regulation are revoked and the following 
substituted therefor : 

(b) a Schedule 3 or 6 pesticide that is a paint, 
stain, sealer or wood preservative provided 
that no food is prepared, sold or stored on 
the same premises ; 

(c) a Schedule 3 or 6 pesticide that is a 
disinfectant, cleanser or bacteriacide ; 



{d) 



a Schedule 2 or 3 pesticide for drill box 
treatments of com seed if the pesticide is 
sold with the com seed to be treated 
and the Schedule 2 or 3 pesticide is in a 
dust formulation with no greater than 25 
per cent concentration of lindane and the 
package contents do not exceed four ounces 
in weight ; and 



52. Subsection 3 of section 97 of the said 
Regulation is amended by striking out 
"receving" in the fourth line and inserting 
in lieu thereof "receiving". O. Reg. 577/76, 

s. 52. 

53. — (1) Subsection 1 of section 100 of the said 
Regulation, exclusive of the clauses, is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor : 

(1) Subject to subsections 2 and 3, every holder 
of a wholesale vendor's licence or limited whole- 
sale vendor's licence who stores any Schedule 1, 2, 3, 
4, 5 or 6 pesticide shall store the pesticide. 



(2) Clause b of subsection 2 of the said section 
100 is revoked and the foUownng substituted 
therefor : 

(b) near which adequate respiratory protection 
and adequate protective clothing are kept 
readily available by the licensee for emer- 
gency purposes. O. Reg. 618/74, s. 100 (2); 
O. Reg. 577/76. s. 53(2). 

54. Section 101 of the said Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor : 

101. No vendor shall purchase, acquire or store 
a pesticide unless he is the holder of a vendor's 
licence authorizing him to sell the pesticide or a 
pesticide reformulated from it or is exempt from 
requiring a vendor's licence to sell the pesticide 
or a pesticide reformulated from it. O. Reg. 577/76, 
s. 54. 

55. — (1) Clause c of subsection 2 of section 102 
of the said Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

(c) in an area near which adequate respiratory 
protection and adequate protective cloth- 
ing are kept readily available by the 
licensee for emergency purj)oses; and 



(2) Subsection 3 of the said section 102 is 
amended by striking out "of" in the fourth 
line and inserting "or" in lieu thereof. O. Reg. 
577/76, s. 55 (2). 

56. Clause b of section 104 of the said Regu- 
lation is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 

(b) display a Schedule 3 pesticide in such 
manner that such pesticide presents mini- 
mal hazard to children; and 



57. Clause a of section 108 of the said Regu- 
lation is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 

(fl) Schedule 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 pesticide; or 



58. 



Tables 1 and 2, Schedule 1, as amended by 
Ontario Regulation 48/76, Schedules 2, 3, 
4 and 5 and Forms 1, 2, 8, 9 and 11 to the 
said Regulation are revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted therefor: 



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inUEX OF CANADIAN ACF.N'T CODES 



Code 



NA/IE AND ADDRESS 



2. 


AMI 


3. 


AMZ 


4. 


BAI 


5. 


BAU 


6. 


BEL 


7. 


BGM 


8. 


BRE 


9. 


BR« 


10. 


BRP 


11. 


BYS 



12. 



13. 


CBU' 


14. 


CGC 


15. 


CGL 


16. 


CHH 


17. 


CHP 


18. 


COF 


19. 


CGI 


20. 


COQ 


21. 


ecu 


22. 


COS 



23. 



24. 


Die 


25. 


DIE 


26. 


DIT 


27. 


DIV 



28. 



31. 



DOL 



ELZ 
ENL 



32. 


FIR 


33. 


FIT 


34. 


FMC 


35. 


FOB 



Agricultural and Veterinary Products Div., Abbott Labs. Ltd., 

P.O. Box 6150, r^Dntreal, Que. 
Amchem Products Inc., 2224 Walker Rd . , Windsor, Ont. 
Amway of Canada Ltd., Box 5706 London, Ont. N6A 4S5. 

Thuron Ltd., P.O. Box 73, Port Perry, Ontario. 

Charles Bateinan, oj. Cununer Avenue, Willov.'dale, Ont. 

Belco Safety Products Ltd., 341 Bering Ave ., Toronto, Ont. 

B and G Marketing Services of Canada, P.O.Box 82,Crillia, Ont. 

G. Murray Bray, 127 Frederick St., Kitchener, Ont. 

Brooks Macfarlane, Box 67, Welland, Ont. 

Stanley Brock Ltd., 145 Market Ave. E., Winnipeg, Man. 

Brett-Young Seeds Ltd., Winnipeg 19, Man. 

Canadian Spawn and Supply Ltd., Box 385, Newkirk Rd., 

Richmond Kill, Ont. 
Mr. A. Carpenter, 171 Eglinton Ave. East, Tor onto, Ont. M4P 1K5. 
Ciba-Geigy Canada Ltd., 1 Westside Dr . ,Etobicoke,Ont . M9C 1B2. 
Cargill Grain Co. Ltd., 1414 Richardson Bldg., 1 Lombard Place 

Winnipeg 2, Man. 
Chemagro Ltd., 1355 Aerowood Drive, MisEiss?.uga,Ont . L4VJ 1C2 . 
Chiptr.an Cheir.icals Ltd., P.O. Box 9100,Stoney Creek, Ont. 

L86 3Z1, 
Coghlan's Ltd., 23 5 Garry St., Winnipeg, Man. R3C 1H2. 
Conn Chem Ltd., 24 Curity Ave., Toronto 16, Ont. 
Cooper Div. of Agrophann Ltd., Box 500, LaSalle, Que. 
F;D. Corry, Ste.lOSA, 471. Winnipeg St., Penticton,B.C. 
Cutter Laboratories International, 6023 Fifth St.S.E., 

Calgary 27, Alta. 

Diamond Sb.cmrock Canada Ltd., 150 Consumers Rd. ,Willowdale, 

Ont. 
Diamond Alkali (Canada)Ltd. , 197 Bartley Dr. .Toronto, Ont . 
Diamond LaboraTTories (Canada) Ltd. , 6420-lA St.S.W. Calgary, Alta. 
Ditchling Corp. Ltd., P.O. Box 395, Don Mills, Ont. 
Diversey (Canada) Ltd. , 2645 Royal Windsor Dr., Clarkson 

Postal Station, Mississauga, Ont. 
Dominion Veterinary Laboratories Ltd., 800 Main St., Winnipeg, 

Man. 

Elston Industries Ltd., 1350 Church Ave., Winnipeg, Man. 
Environmental Laboratories Liir.ited, 25 York Avenue, Toronto 334, Ont. 

W.H. Perron & Co. Ltd., 515 Boul'. Labelle, Chomedy (Lavalle) 

Quebec . 
Fir ceo Sales Ltd., 33 P^cine Rd . , Rexdale, Ont. 
A. W. Fish, Suite 6 - 6089 Lisdall St., Vancouver, EC. V5Z 3M9. 
FMC Canada Ltd.", 1274 Plains Road East, Burlington, Ont . 
Winchester-V7estern (Canada)Ltd. , P.O. Box 2007, Cobourg,Ont .K9A 4iMi 



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36. 
37. 



38. 


GIE 


39. 


GIL 


40. 


CLE 


41. 


GOO 


42, 


GRE 



43. 
44. 
45. 



47. 

48. 

49. 
50. 
51. 

52. 



65. 
66. 
67, 



FRD 
FRM 



HAU 
HAW 
HFC 

HUB 



LEA 
LEE 
LEI 

LEY 



53. 


MAH 


54. 


MAL 


55. 


MBY 


56. 


MCB 


57. 


MCC 


58. 


MCG 


59. 


MCH 


60. 


MCK 


61. 


MC4 


62. 


MLL 


63. 


MLS 



MOL 

NAG 
NAQ 
NOE 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Franklin Laboratories Ltd., S26-7th Ave .S.E. .Calyary, 

Alta. 
Fraser Valley Kusluroora Grov;ers Co-op, 496 Prior St. 

Vancouver 4, B.C. 

George E. Gilbert Equipncnt Ltd., Box 206, Leamington, Ont. 
Fred Gillmore, 38 Grecnbrac Ct., Scarborough, Ont. 
Glendale Agencies, 286 St. Paul St.V'J., Montreal , Que. 
Goodman and Co., 479 Granville St., Vancouver, B.C. 
Green Valley Fertilizer and Chemical Co. Ltd. 
P.O. Box 249, Surrey, B.C. 

Hartz tountain Pet Supplies, Talbot St., St.Thocvas, Ont. 
Haver-Lockhart Service, 3427 St.S.E., Calgary 27, Alta, 
Hercules Incorporated {Canada)Ltd. , 1980 Sherbrooke St. 

West, Montreal, Que. 
Hunter brand Manufacturing Ltd., 95 Quest St., Zotique, 

Montreal 327, Que. 

Ivan J. Jones, 78 Woodland Ave., Chatham, Ont. 

Kem-San Ltd., 1055 Industry St., Oakville, Ont. 

Leavens Bros. Ltd., 2555 Derry East, Hississauga, Ont. 
Legate and Tedder Ltd., P.O.Box 775, Orillia, Ont. 
P.Leiner and Sons (Canada) Ltd. , 2175 Sheppard Ave. East, 

Ste. 206, Willowdale 425, Ont. 
Leytosan (Canada) Ltd., 343 Higgins Ave., Winnipeg, .Man. 

Magnachem Ltd.. 626-58th Ave. S.E. Zone 27, Calgary, Alta. 

Rudolph G. Malek, 3737 Piper Ave., Burnaby, B.C. 

Hay and Baker (Canada) Ltd.., 180 Bellarmin St., Montreal 

11, Que. 
McCain Produce Ltd., East Florenceville, N.B. 
McClelland Veterinary Supplies Ltd., P.O. Box 37, 

St. Hyacinthe, Que. 
W.J. KcCracken & Son, Turf Supplies, Georgetown, Ont. 
McGoun Chemicals Ltd., 5820 Cote St. Francois, Montreal 395, 

Que. 
W.G. McKinnon, Ste. 201, 185 Bay St., Toronto, Ont. 
Donald MacGregor, 1200 York Mills Rd., Apt. 1605, 

Don Mills, Ont. 
Lawrence E. Miller, Apt. 504, 6000 Yonge St., Willowdale, Ont. 
Mine Safety Appliances Co. of Canada Ltd.,. 148 Norfinch Dr. 

Downsview, Ontario. 
Monsanto Canada Ltd., P.O. Box 900, Montreal 3, Que. 

National Garden Supply of Canada Ltd., 145 Duke St. 

Bowmanville, Ont. 
Haturalflow Maple Sap Plastic Tubing and Supplies Ltd., 

St. Enile De Jtontcalrr., Que. 
Northland y-achinery Supply Co. Ltd., P.O. Bex 606, 

Station F, Thunder Bay, Ont. 



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68. 


VKJ 


69. 


PEL 


70. 


PIN 


71. 


PI'K 


72. 


PLC 


73. 


PSA 


74. 


REE 


75. 


REP 


76. 


ROP 


77. 


SAG 


78. 


SEP 



SEV 



80. 


SHH 


81. 


SIL 


82. 


SMT 


83. 


SOJ 



SUH 



85. 


TAC 


86. 


TAY 


87. 


TKV 


88. 


VAN 


89. 


VAR 


90. 


VIR 


91. 


WAG 


92. 


WAL 


93. 


WEL 


94. 


WER 


95. 


WIW 



O. Reg. 577/76 



Penic): Canada Ltd., 565 Coronation Dr., v;est Hill,Ont. 
Penncalt of Canada Ltd., 700 Third Line Rd . ,Oakville,Ont . 
Lucien Pinct, 1010 Ste. Catherine St .West , Suite 341, 

Montreal, Que. 
Pfizer Co. Ltd., 404 N. Front St., Sarnia, Ont . 
Plant PRODUCfS Co. Ltd., 314 Orenda Rd . , Brainalea,Ont . 
Provincial Pest Control Inc., 292 Decarie Blvd., 
St. Laurent, Montreal 376, Que. 

Henry Reindcrs, Box 2, Drayton, Ont. 

Harry D. Reid Agencies Ltd., 25 York Ave., Toronto 334, Ont. 
Rogar/STB Div. of BTI Products Ltd.., P.O. Box 213, 
805 Castelneau St., Douville,St.Hyacinthe,Que. 



, Toronto 18, Ont. 
1703 Mattawa Ave. 



Sanex PC Ltd., 232 Norseman St, 
Sep-Ko Chenical of Canada Ltd., 

Cooksville, Ont. 
Seven Cities Food Brokers Ltd., 898 King Edward St., 

Winnipeg 21, Man. 

Harry Sharp and Son, Ltd., 62 Malkin St., Vancouver 4, B.C. 
Norman Silver, 121 Richmond St.V.'est, Ste.905, Toronto, Ont. 
Mor.Pac Limited, P.O. Box 68, Burlington, Ont. KOK IHO. 
Soluja Ltee, 620 Cathcart, Ste. 400, Birks Bldg., 

Phillips Square, Montreal 111, Que. 
Sumitomo Shoji Canada Ltd., Ste. 2301, Cctrjnerce Court West, 
P.O.Box 53,Com.merce Court Postal Station, Toronto, Ont . 

The Tack Shop, 311-17th Ave. S.W., Calgary, Alta. 

Tom Taylor Co. Ltd., 136 Adelaide St. East, Toronto, Ont. 

Thurson Limited, P.O. Box 73, Port Perry, Ontario. 

Vansco Sales, P.O. Box 3957, Station D., Vancouver 9, B.C. 
Van Waters and Rogers Ltd., 2625 Skeena St., Vancouver, B.C. 
Virchem of Canada Ltd., 1440 Tenth St. E., P.O. Box 307, 
Cornwall , Ont . 

G. A. Wagner, 1500 Stanley St., Ste. 531, Montreal 2, Que. 
Watkins Products Inc., 90 Annabella St. Winnipeg, Man. 
Wellcome Div. of Agropharm Ltd., P.O. Bex 500, Lachine,Que. 
Western Brand Products Ltd., 10584-107th St., Edmonton, Alta . 
Winchester-Wescern (Canada) Ltd., Brook Road North, 
Cobourg, Ont. K9A 4.M1. 



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CODE 



AAG 
ABB 

ABE 

ABL 

ACE 

ACM 
ACO 
ADE 
AEF 
AER 
AIG 

AIK 
AIR 
ALL 
ALM 

ALR 

ALS 
ALT 
ALW 

AMC 
AMR 
AMW 
AMZ 
ANA 
ANI 
ANS 
APE 

ARC 
ATL 
AVC 
AVH 
AVP 

AYH 



NAME Aia) addhje:ss 



N V Aagrunol Chemical Works, Osterkade 10, Gronigen, Holland 
Agricultural and Veterinary Products Div., Abbott Labst , 
Abbott Park, North Chicago, Illinois 60064, U.S.A. 
Abell VJaco Ltd., 246 Attwell Dr., Rexdalc, Ontario. M9W 5B4. 
Able Atomic Pest Control Co., 1655 Edouard Laurin Blvd., 

Montreal 9, Que. 
Aceline Products Corp., P.O. Box 236,27 Gorsham St., Rochester 5, 

N.Y,, U.S.A. 
Acme Chemical Products, 299 Niagara St., Toronto, Ont. M6J 2L5. 
Acophram Div. of ^k3co Drugs Ltd., 24 Stable St., Toronto 15, Ont. 
Adroit Enterprises, Box 66, Station C. , Winnipeg, Man. 
Aerosol Fillers Inc., 5475 Ramsay Rd., St. Hubert, Que. 
Aerosol Elitzer Co., 12 Dell Park Ave., Toronto, Ontario. M6B 2T4. 
Air Guard Control of Canada Ltd., 76 Martin Ross Ave., 

Downsview, Ont. M3J 2L4. 
Airkem of Canada Ltd., 3258 Wharton Way, Mississauga, Ont. L4X 2C4. 
Air-Way Distributor of Ontario, 3281 Yongc St., Toronto, Ont. M4N 2L8. 
Allied Chemical Canada Ltd., 1155 Dorchester Blvd. W., Montreal 102, Que. 
Alna Paint and Varnish Co. Ltd., P.O. Box 2274, Terminal A., 

London, Ont. N6A 4E8. 
Alfco Rokeby Co. Inc., 2nd and St. Clair Sts., Marietta, Ohio. 

45750, U.S.A. 
Allied Che.'aical Services Ltd., 5507 First St.S.E., Calgary, Alta. 
Al-Si-Co Li3itee,150 Seigneuriale, Beauport, Que. 
Alberta Wheat Pool, Wheat Pool Building, 505-2nd Street S.W. , 

Calgary, Alberta. 
Amchem Products Inc., Brookside Ave., Ambler, Pa. 19002, U.S.A. 
Aaerico Laboratories, 7330 Rue St., Hubert, Montreal, Que. 
Amway Sales Corp., 757 5 E. Fulton Rd.,.Ma, Michigan, U.S.A. 
Aciway of Canada Ltd., Hwy.135, R. R. H 4, London, Ont. 
Anbros Inc., 3312 Place Victoria, Montreal 115, Que. 
Animal Repellents Inc. P.O.Box 168, Griffin, Georgia 30223, U.S.A. 
Ansul Co., 1 Stanton St., Marinette, Wisconsin 54143, U.S.A. 
Applied Biochemists Inc., 5300 W. County Line Rd., P.O. Box 25, 

Heq^jon, Wisconsin S3092, U.S.A. 
Arc Enterprises Ltd., 4686 Marine Dr., Burnaby 1, B.C. 
Laboratoire Atlas Engr., 4101 Notre-Oane St., ^Sontreal, Que. 
Avitrol Corporation, P.O. Box 45141, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74145, U.S.A. 
Avmor Ltd., 431 St. Helen St., Montreal, Que. 
Avon Products of Ca.-.ada Ltd., 5500 Trans Canada Highway, Pointe 

Claire, Que. 
Ayerst Laboratories, Div. of Ayerst, McKenna and Harrison Ltd., 

Box 6115, Montreal, Que. 



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BAI 
BAP 
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BAT 

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BBE 

BCC 

BEA 

BEC 

BEM 

BEN 

BEP 

BET 

BIB 

BIG 

BIR 

BLB 

BMC 

BOD 

BOY 

BPC 

BRD 

BKF 

BRG 

BRH 

BRJ 

BRK 

BRP 

BRT 

BUK 

BUL 



Baird and McGuire, Inc., Holbrook, Mass., U.S.A. 34. 

Baird and McGuire Canada Ltd., 445 21st Ave., lachine. Que. 35e 

Bapco Paint Ltd., 201 Belleville St., Victoria, B.C. 36c 

Barnett Chemical Products Co., 3018 Frankford Ave., 37, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 19134, U.S.A. 

The N.M. Bartlett Manufacturing Co.Ltd., Box 490, Beamsville, Ont. 38, 

BASF Canada Ltd., 5850 Cote de Liesse Fd . , Town of Mt. Royal, Que. 39. 

B.B. Extermination Inc., 1805-5e Ave., Shawinigan-Sud ,Que . 40, 

B.C. Pest Control Ltd., 2511 VJ. Broadway, Vancouver 9, B.C. 41, 

Beacon Chemicals Ltd., 234 Arvin Ave., Stoney Creek, Ont. ,L8E 2L8 . 42, 

Bell's Ltd., 15-15th St. W. , Prince Albert, Sask. 43, 

M. Roger Bergeron, 1240 Gilford, Montreal' 176, Que. 44. 

Benjamin Moore and Co.Ltd., 15 Lloyd Ave., Toronto 9, Ont. 45, 

Bernal Laboratories Ltd., 5485 Ramsay Rd. , St .Hubert , Que. 46, 

F. Bertrand and Fils, 1414 St. Clement, Montreal 4, Que, 47, 

Bikoe Manufacturing Co. Ltd., 434 Queen St. E. , Toronto 2, Ont. 48. 

Bio-Guard Canada Ltd., 2 Primrose Ave., Toronto, Ont. 49, 

Birch Fumigators, 10540-lOlst . , Edmonton, Alta. 50, 

W.A. Blackburn, 1570 Lepine Sr ., St. Laurent 9, Que. 51, 

B and M Chemicals, 290 York St., P.O. Box 94, Hamilton, Ont. 52. 

Borderland Products Inc., Box 360, Buffalo, N.Y. 14240, U.S. A. 53, 

Boyle-Midway (Canada)Ltd. , 2 Wickham Rd., Toronto 18, Ont. 54. 

BP Canada Ltd., 1245 Sherbrooke St. W. , Montreal 25, Que. 55. 

Bradford Fertilizer Co.Ltd., Box 1000, Bradford, Ont. 56, 

Bristol-Myers Products Canada, 111 Richmond St. W., Toronto 110, Ont. 57, 

The British American Chemical Co.Ltd., 1355 St. John St., Regina,Sask. 58, 

British ?--ericar. Chemical Co.Ltd., 3321 Killard St., Burnaby 3, B.C. 59. 

Dr. L". P. Brisson, 350 Chemin Larocque, Valleyfield, Que. 60. 

John H. Breck Ltd., 2031 Kennedy Road, Toronto, Ont. MIP 2M4. 61. 

Stanley Brock Ltd., 145 Market Ave. E. , Winnipeg, 2, Man. 62. 

Brookdale-Kingsway Ltd., Dule St., Bowmanville, 'Ont. LlC 2W3 . 63. 

W. K. Buckley Ltd., 559 College St., Toronto 4, Ontario. 64. 
Buckman Lab. 'of Canada Ltd., 1600 50th Ave., Lachine, Montreal 620, Que. 65. 



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CAA 
CAF 
CAI 
CAL 
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CAO 
CAR 
CAT 
CAV 
CAX 
CAY 
CBA 
CBB 
CBC 
CBD 
CBE 
CBG 
CBK 
CBL 
CBM 

CBR 
CBT 
CER 
CGA 

CGC 

CriA 
CHD 

CHF 
CHG 

CK>1 

CHP 
CKR 
CKV 

CIJ 

CLA 

CLI 

C^B 
COA 
COI 
COK 
COL 
CON 



Cadillac Products Keg'd.,.373 Des Sables, Quebec, Que. 

Canada Packers Ltd., Chemical Division, 22C0 St. Clair Ave. V.'. , Tor onto, Ont. 

Canada Packers Ltd., Fine Chemicals Die, 55 Glen Scarlett Rd. .Toronto, Ont 

Chenpac Acrosales Ltd., 6041 St. S.E., Calgary 27, Alta. 

Canada V.'est Products Co., 718 Second Ave. S.V/., Calgary, Alta. 

Canadian Adhesives Ltd., 420 l-larien Ave., Montreal E£st, Que. 

Canadian Copper Refiners Ltd., 1700 Bank of Kova Scotia Bldg. , Toronto, Ont 

Cantol Ltd., 199 Steelcase Rd., Don Kills, Ont. 

Canadian Germicide Co. Ltd., 591 The Queensway, Toronto 18, Ont. 

Canadian Hoechst Ltd., 4045 Cote Vertu Blvd., Kcntreal 383,- Que. 

Canadian Industrial Chemicals Ltd., 660 Lepine St., Montreal, Que. 

Canadian Industries Ltd., Paints Div., P.O. Box- 10, tontreal. Que. 

Canadian Industries Ltd., Box 5201, London, Ont. N6A 4L6. 

Canadian Saltfish Corp., Box 6088, Royal Trust Bldg., St. Johri's, Nfld. 

Canadian Sugar Factories Ltd., 306-lOth St. S., Lethbridge,Alta. 

Canadian Tire Corp. Ltd., 837 Yonge Street, Toronto, Ont. 

Canadian Products Inc., 130 Boul. Incustriel, Boucherville, Que. 

Congard Industries Ltd., 1377 Winnipeg Ave., Winnipeg 3, Man. 

Cardel Products, Box 125, Richaond Kill, Ont. 

Carbola Chemical Co. Inc., Sub. of Int'l., Talc Co. Inc., Natural 

Bridge, N.Y., U.S.A. 
Carmel Chenical Corp,, P.O. Box 406, Kestfield, Indiana, U.S.A. 
Cartier Chemical Co. Ltd., 445-21st Ave., Lachine, Que. 
Certified Laboratories of Canada Ltd., P.O. Box 460, Brampton, Ont. 
Ciba-Geigy Agr. Chem.,Div. of Ciba-Geigy Can. Ltd.,. 1 Kestside Dr., 

Etobicoke, Cnt. 
Ciba-Geigy Canada Ltd., Consumer Products Div., 1 Kestside Dr., 

Etobicoke, Ont. 
Chatfield Distributors Ltd., 168 Bannatyne Ave., Winnipeg 2, Kan. 
Chapman Chemical (Canada)Ltd. , Ste. 2601-1155 Dorchester Blvd. W.. 

Montreal 2, Que. 
Chem Hark of Canada Ltd., 41 Maple Ave., Thornhill, Ont. 
Chemagro, A Div. of Baychen Corp., Box 4913, Kansas City, Missouri 

64120 U.S.A. 
Chempar Chemical Co. Inc.,. 260 Madison Ave., N.Y. ,N.Y.,10016,U.S.A. 
Chipman Chemicals Ltd., 400 Jones Rd., Stoney Creek, Ont. LSG 3Z1. 
Laboratories Choisy Ltee., Boulevard Est., Louisville, Que. 
Chevron Chemical (CanadaLitd. , Ortho Div. 3228 South Service Road, 

Burlington, Ont. 
Circle Sales Janitor Supplies Ltd., 472 Mil St., P.O.Box 331, 

Kitchener, Ont. 
W.A. Cleary Corp. (Canada) Ltd., 48 Dundas St. W., P.O. Box 178, 

Belleville, Ont. 
Fred Cline and Associates, 4944 Xerxes Ave.,S., Minneapolis, 

Minnesota 55410, U.S.A. 
Canadian Hill Supply Co. Ltd., 451 Eilesmere Rd . , Scarborough 733,Ont. 
Cobra International Inc., P.O. Box 985, Bayonon, Puerto Rico 0C619. 
Connecticut Chemicals Ltd., 24 Carity Ave., Toronto 16, Ont. 
Continental Chemical Co., 4535 Hotel de Ville, Montreal 151, Que. 
Collins Laboratories, R. R. 7, Simcoe, Ontario. 
Consolidated Paint and Varnish Ca.nada Ltd., P.O. Box 396, 
Montreal N 459, Que. 



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CYC 



Cooke Laboratories Inc., 1939-41 Sergeant St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

19215, U.S.A. 
Co-operative Federee de Quebec, Marche Central Metropolitain, 

Montreal, Que. 
Cooper Div. of Agropharm Ltd., P.O. Box 500, LaSalle, Que. 
William Cooper and Nephews Inc., 1909-25 Clifton Ave.,* Chicago, 111. 

60614, U.S.A. 
Copeland Laboratories Ltd., 41 Racine Rd., Rexdale, Ont. 
Cooper, KcDougall and Robertson Ltd., Berkhamsted , England 
Benoit Courteau, 38 C Beauchemin, Cap de la Madeleine, Que. 
Mr. N'larcel Cournoyer, Saint Jude Co. St .Hyacinthe, Que. 
Colgate Paltrolive Ltd., 64 Colgate Ave., Toronto, Ont. 
Colin Ross Aerosols Ltd., 2920 23rd Ave., S.W.' Calgary 4, Alta. 
Cromac Chemicals Co. Ltd., 203 Bentworth Ave., Toronto, Ont. 
The Crown Diamond Paint Co. Ltd., 41 Bates Rd., Outermont, Montreal 8, Que 
Cuprinol Ltd., Adderwell, Frome, Somerset, England. 
Cutter Laboratories Inc., Fourth and Parker St., Berkeley, Ca. 

94710, U.S.A. 
Conklin Products Ltd., 2250 Albert St., Regina Sask. 
Cyanamid of Canada Ltd., 635 Dorchester Blvd. West, Montreal, Que. 



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DOO 

DOW 
DTC 
DUB 
DUC 
DUH 
DUQ 
DUR 
DUS 
DUT 

DUV 



Daco Lab. Ltd., 1222 Trafalgar St., London, Ont. 

Davies Irwin Ltd., 121 Bates Rd., Montreal 256, Que. 

Davis and Lawrence Co. (Canada) Ltd. , 1890 Brampton St., Hamilton, Ont. 

Darv;orth Canada Ltd., 728 Renaud Ave., Dorval , Que. 

Deane and Co. (Div. of Isbru Co.Ltd.), 190 Oneida Dr.,. Pointe Claire 

730, Que. 
Dean Distributors, 1901 Avenue Bd., Toronto, Ontario. 
Debrox Chemical Products Ltd., 20 Milwick Dr., Unit 6A, Weston, Ont. 
Diamond Shamrock Canada Ltd., 150 Consumers Rd . ,Willowdale, Ont. 
Diamond Shamrock Corp., 300 Union Commerce Bldg., Cleveland , Ohio 44114, U.S. A 
Diamond Laboratories Inc., P.O. Box 863, Des Moines, Iowa 50304, U.S. A. 
Diamond Lab. (Canada) Ltd. , 6420-lA St.,S.V/., Calgary, Alta. 
Diamond alkali Co., 300 Union Coiraierce Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio 44115, U.S. A. 
Dinaric Traders Ltd., 250 Bloor St. E. , Ste No.l, Toronto, Ont. 
Dispar Inc., 1321 De Lanaudiere, Joliette, Que. 
Ditchling Corp. Ltd., P.O. Box 395, Don Mills, Ont. 
Diversey (Canada) Ltd. , 2645 Royal Windsor Dr., Clarkson Postal Stn., 

Mississauga, Ont. 
Dominion Pest Control Co., 877 Boyd Ave., Ottawa, Ont. 
Dominion Stores Ltd., 605 Rogers Road, Toronto, Ontario. 
Domtar-Chemicals Ltd., Wood Preserving Div., 395 de Maisonneuve Blvd. 

West, Montreal 101, Que. 
Dow Chemical of Canada Ltd., Highway No. 40, Sarnia, Ont. 
Drug Trading Co. Ltd., 15 Ontario St., Toronto 2, Ontario. 
Dubois Chemicals of Canada Ltd., 64 Kenhar Drive, Weston, Ont. ,M9L 1N3. 
Duchesneau and Fils, 1386 Bord de L'eau,Ste. Dorothee, Villa de Laval, Que. 
N.V. Philips-Duphar, Apollolaan 151, Amsterdam-Zuid, Holland. 
Du Pojit of Canada Ltd., Box 26, Toronto Dominion Centre, Toronto 1, Ont. 
Dural Products Ltd., 550 Marshall Ave., Dorval, Que. 
Froduits Durable Engr., 4219 Hogan St., Montreal 178, Que. 
Dustbane Enterprises Ltd., Dustbane Mfg. Div., Box 381, Terminal A, 

Ottawa , Ont . 
Distributeurs Duverney Inc., 6189 Levesque Blvd., Cite Laval, 

St. Vincent de Paul, Que. 



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ELL 

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ENI 
ESC 



The T. Eaton Co. Ltd., 190 Yongc St., Toronto, Ont. 153, 

J. T. Eoton and Co. Inc., 3110 V/est 65th St., Cleveland, Ohio'. 154, 

Eckroat Seed Co., 1106 North f:astern Ave., Oklahoma City,Oklaho{na ,U.S .A. 155. 

Economic Products Co. Inc., P.O. Box 985, Shenandoah, Iowa 51601, U.S. A. 156. 

Elanco Prod. Div. Eli Lilly and Co. (Canada) Ltd., P.O. Box 4037, 157, 

Term. A, Toronto, Ont. 

Electric Insect Killer, 4219 Ilogan St., Montreal 34, Que. 158. 

Electric Reduction Co. of Canada Ltd., 2 Gibbs Rd. , (Toronto) , 159, 

Islington 678, Ont. 

Electrolux (Canada) Ltd. , 2751 Trans Canada Highway, Point Claire, Que. 160, 

Elsco Co., 4330 West Hill Ave., Montreal 28, Que. 161. 

Emery Industries (Canada) Ltd. , 425 Kipling Ave., Toronto, Ont. 162, 

Empire .Maintenance Products Ltd., 80 West Drive, Brainalea,Ont. L6T 3T6. 163, 

Ensign Industrials Ltd., P.O.Box 405, 33 Carlton St. , St .Catherines, Ont. 164. 

W. H. Escott Co. Ltd., 129 McDermot Ave.E., Winnipeg 2, Han. 165. 



FAB 
FAC 

FAP 
FAR 
FAV 
FED 
FEG 
FEJ 
FEP 
FIL 
FIS 
FLR 
FMC 
FRC 

FRD 
FUB 
FUL 
FOM 



Faberge of Canada Ltd., P.O. Box 800, Downsview, Ont. 166, 

Fainnount Chemical Co. Inc., 117 Elanchard St ., Newark, New Jersey 07105. 3.67. 

Familex products Co., 1600 rue Delorimier, Montreal, Que. 168, 

Farnam Co., 8801 North 29th. St. , P.O. Box 68, Omaha , Nebraska 68112, U.S. A. 109. 

Favorite Products Co. Ltd., 730 Salaberry St., Laval, Que. 170, 

Federal Grain Ltd., P.O. Box 1500, Winnipeg, Kan. 171, 

G.H. Ferguson Ltd., 2988 Burn Rd., Port Coquitlaa, B.C. 172, 

Ferguson Fumigants (Canada) Ltd., 246 Attwell Dr., Rexdale, Ont. 173, 

Federal Pest Control Reg'd., 3711 Belair St. ,M.ontreal 453, Que. 174, 

The Filter Queen Corp. Ltd., 205 Norseman St., Toronto, Ont. 175. 

Fisons (Canada) Ltd. , 26 Prince Andrew Place, Don Mills, Ont. 176. 

Produits Florence Products Inc., 5016 Papineau Ave. , Montreal, Que 177. 

FMC of Canada Ltd., 1274 Plains Rd., E., Burlington, Ont. 178. 

Franklin Laboratories Inc., 1777 South Vella ire St., Denver, Colorado 179. 

80222, U.S.A. 

Franklin Laboratories Ltd., 526-7th Ave., S.E.Calgary, Alta. 180. 

Fuller Brush Co. Ltd., 1115 Guelph Line, Burlington, Ont. 181, 

Fuller System Inc., 226 Washington St.,Woburn, Mass. 01801, U.S.A. 182. 

Fumi-Products Co. Ltd., Box 466, Terminal A, Ottawa, Ont.', KIK 8S3. 183, 



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Gaetz Cornett Drug and Book Co., 4901 Gaetz Ave., Red Deer, Alta. 
Garden Kose Spray Co., P.O. Box 459, Rt.Ko.107 Province Rd., 

Laconia, Hew Hampshire 03246, U.S.A. 
The Gardeners Sales Ltd., Chemical Div,, 984 Powell Ave., Winnipeg l,Man. 
Gardo Products Ltd., C.P. 100, Waterloo, Que. 
Green Cross Products, Div. of Ciba Co. Ltd., 2875 Centre St., Montreal 

104. Que. 
Geigy Consumer Products, Div. of Geigy Canada Ltd., Brighton, Ont. 
General Pest Control Co. Ltd., 127 Charing Cross, Brantford, Ont. 
General Paint Corp. of Canada Ltd., 950 Raymur. Ave . , Vancouver 6, B.C. 
General Paint Corp. of Canada Ltd., Colorizer Div., 950 Raymur Ave., 

Vancouver, B.C. 
T. E. Gerhardt, Box 17, Fort Fraser, B.C. 
G. H. Import Co., 4275 rue Iberville, Montreal, Que. 
Goddard Chemicals (1965) Ltd., P.O. Box 328,. Sidney, B.C. 
Greenleaf Garden Supplies Ltd., 4612 Dawson St., Burnaby 2, B.C. 
Great Lakes Biochemicals Co. Inc., 6120 West Douglas Ave., 

Milwaukee, Wise. 53218, U.S.A. 
Great Lakes Chemical Corp., c/o Laurence and Laurence, 753 Warner 
Bldg., VJashington D.C. 20004, U.S.A. 
The Greenskeeper Inc., Div. of Lawn-A-Mat, 11 Sydenham St., Dundas,Ont. 
Green Valley Fertilizer and Chemical Co., P.O. Box 249, Surrey, B.C. 
W.E. Greer , Ltd. ,14704-119 Ave., Edmonton, Alta. 
Dr. Grignon Ltd., Veterinary Pharmacy, 2C8 St. Paul St., West, 

■ Montreal 1, Que. 
Growers Supply Co. Ltd., 421 Cawston Ave., Kelowna, B.C. 
Gray Products, 37 Har.na Ave., Toronto, Ont, M6K 1W9. 
Guardian Chemicals, 1600 Toronto St., Regina, Sask. 
Gulf Agricultural Chemicals Co., 882 St. James St., Winnipeg, Man. 
Gulf Oil Canada Ltd., 800 Bay St., Toronto 5, Ont. 
Gustaf son Manufacturing Inc., Hopkins, Minnesota 55343, U.S. A. 



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HAB Walter Haortel Co., 2040 Fourth Ave. S., Minneapolis, Minn. 55408, U.S. A. 

IIAC Rolf C. Hagan Ltd., 3225 Sartelon St., Montreal 9, Que. 

{lAE Handy Chemicals Ltd., 1050 Ste.Hc.Oenc Ave., Jacques Cartier, P.Q. 

HAF Hancock Laboratories, Box 1407, Suriir.erside, P.K.I. 

HAG G.C.Hanford Mfg. Co. Ltd., Kingston Fd . W. , Brockville, Ont. 

HAU Hartz Mountain Pet Supplies Ltd., 1125 Talbot St., St. Thomas, Ont. 

HAV Haver-Lockhart Laboratories, P.O. Box 390, Shawnee, Kaftsao 66201, U.S. A. 

HEF Hercule Mfg. Rcg'd, 7 538 St-Gerrard, .••tontreal. Que. 

HEG Heritage Manufacturing Co. Ltd., P.O.Box 255-,60 Alness St . ,Downsview,Ont. 

HFB Hercules Agricultural Chemicals, Synthetics Dept., 910 Market St., 

Wilmington, Delaware 19899, U.S.A. 

HOL H.I. Holcomb Mfg. Co., Canada Ltd., 890 Caledonia Rd.,Tor'onto 395, Ont. 

HOO Hooker Chemical Corp., P.O. Box 344, Niagara Falls, New York, U.S.A. 

HOS House of Sturgeon (National) Ltd. , 200 Norelco Dr., Weston, Ont. 

HOY Houston Chemical Co., Div. of PPG Industries Ltd., One Gateway Center, 

Pittsburg, Penn. 15222, U.S.A. 

HUD Hudson's Bay Co., Winnipeg, Manitoba. 

HUL Huntington Lab. of Canada, 15 Victoria Crescent, Bramalea, Ont. 

HUN H.S. Hunnisett Limited, 200 Wicksteed Ave., Toronto, Ont. M4G 2B6. 

HYD Hydroponic Chemical Co. Inc., P.O. Box 97-C, Copley 21, Ohio, U.S.A. 

HYN Hysan Corporation, 919 west 38th. St. Chicago, Illinois 060609, U.S. A. 



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ICI ICI ?u~erica Inc., Wilmington, Delavare 19899, U.S.A. 228, 

IDA Cie Ideal Import Ltce, 10,000 Parkway Blvd., Ville d'Anjou, 229» 

Montreal 437, Que. 

IGA I.G.A. Canada Limited, 790 Bay St., Toronto, Ont. H5G IPI. 230. 

IMP I.Tiperial Oil Ltd., Chemical Products Dept., Ill St. Clair Ave. W. , 231, 

Toronto, Ont. , 

Independent Druggists Alliance Distributing Co. Ltd., 15 Ontario St., 232. 

Toronto, Ont. 

IND Industrial Supply House, 2811 Dufferin St., Toronto 19, Ont. 233, 

INJ International Diatoms Ltd., 1125 Mont Royal St. Est, t-!ontreal 176, Que. 234, 

INL International Minerals and Chemical Corp., (Canada) Ltd. , 4 King St. V?. 255. 

Room 1302, Toronto 105, Ont. 
INP International Paints (Canada) Ltd. , 126 Harbour Ave., North Vancouver, B.C. 236, 

INR International Stock Food Co. Ltd., 1020 Dupont St., Toronto 4, Ont. 237, 

INS International Laboratories (1957) Ltd., 490 Des Meurons St.. 233, 

St. Boniface, Kan. 

Interprovincial Co-ops Ltd., 151 City Centre Dr., Suite 801, 239, 

Mississauga, Ontario. 

INV Interprovincial Co-operatives Ltd., 123 rue Halifax, Koncton, N.B. 240, 



JBD J.B. and D. Co. Ltd., Unionvillc, Ontario. 

JET Jet-Aer Corp., 100 Sixth Ave., Paterson, tl.J. 07524, U.S.A. 

JIT LaCie, Produits Jito Ltce, 5130 rue St-Hubcrt, Montreal, Que. 

JOE Johnson's Extermination and Pest Control Service, Ki:iden,Ont. 

JOH S.C, Johnson Pressurized Products Ltd., 1 VJebster St., Brantford,Ont. 

JON Johnson Nurseries (Kingston) Ltd . , 155 Brock St., Kingston, Ont. 

JUD Judd Ringer Corp., 6860 Flying Cloud Dr., Eden Prairie, 
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K7\L Kalium Pet Products Ltd., Albert St., Redditch, V.orcestcrshij e, England. 248. 

Kr:G Kelly Green Horticultural Products, Box 2111,Tirr.inal A.Iyandon, Ont. 249, 

KEK Kern Kuinufacturing Canada Ltd., 131C Blundell Rd . , Mississauga, Ont. 250. 

KEL Kemir.(Chcmical) Industries, Inc., 2104 Maury St., Des Moines, 251, 

Iowa 50301, U.S.A. 

KKM Kem-San Products Ltd., 1055 Industry St., Oakvillc, Ont. 252. 

KEN Kcmsol Products Ltd., 1120 McDonald St., Regina, Sask.» 253, 

KEO Kennccott Copper Corp., Special Prod. Div., 6065 i'illcroft, 254. 

Ste.500, Houston, Texas 77C36, U.S.A. 

KER Kerr-McGee Chemical Corp., Kerr-HcGec Bldg., Oklahoma City, 255. 

Oklahoma 73102, U.S.A. 

KET Kert Chemical Industries Inc., 171 Fenr.ar Drive, V/eston, Ont. 256, 

KEY Key Chemicals Inc., P.O. Box 37, Ar^cortes, Washington 90221, U.S. A. 257, 

KIK King iiratz Corp., 2465 Rock Island Blvd., Maryland Heights, Mo. 258, 

63043, U.S.A. 

KIN King Calcium Products Co. Ltd., P.O. Box 99, Campbellville,Ont. LOP IBO. 259, 

KLN Kleen Craft Products Ltd., P.O. Box 3234, Vancouver 3, B.C. 260. 
KRA Kraemer Tool and Manufacturing Co., 190 Milvan Dr ive, Weston, Ont. ,M9L 1Z9. 261, 

KVK K V L Limited, Queen St. West, Cambridge, Hespeler, Ont. 262. 

KVL K-Vet Laboratories Ltd., P.O. Box 678, Hespeler, Ont. 263, 



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lAC I^boratoire Dr. Pierre, 294 St-Payl ouest, Montreal, Que. 

3LAD Joseph labonte and Fils Inc . ,Cherr,in Chambly, Longueuil , Que. 

LAI I,amb Naturalf lov;, Inc . P.O. Box 278, Liverpool, N.Y. 13008, U.S. A. 

LAL Lalco Limitcc, 4 570 Mentana, Itontreal Que. 

lAR Larkin Lumber Co. Ltd., Halton, Mississauga, Ont. 

lAT Later Chemicals Ltd., 320 Lysandcr Lane, Richmond, B.C. 

LAU Laurentian Laboratories Ltd., 70 Hytr.us Blvd., Pointe Claire 730, Que. 

LAV Laurentide Chemicals Inc., 4650 5e Ave., Shav;inigan-Sud,Que. 

LAV/ Compagnie Lavo , 1880 rue Chambly, f'.ontrcal, P.Q. HlW 3J2. 

LED E.H.Leitte Co. of Canada, 88-24th St. East, Saskatoon, Sask. 

LEG Lepage's Ltd., 50 West Dr., Braraalea, Ont. 

LEO Lemoine Tropica, Inc., 2115 Old Orchard Ave. , .Montreal 260, Que. 

LET Lethelin Products Co. Inc., 15 MacQuesten Parkway So., Mount Vernon, 

New York, U.S.A. 

LEW Lewis Cattle Oiler Co., Box 28, Oak lane, Man. 

LID Harris Lindsay, Rear 2 Givins St., Toronto, Ont. M6J 2X6. 

LIE G.J. Liebich (Canada) Ltd. , 394 Gertrude Ave., VJinnipeg 13, Man. 

LID Lion Insecticide Co. Ltd., No. 24, 2-Chrome Andojibashi-dori, 

Minami-ku, Osaka, Japan. 

LOB lyOblaw Groceterias Ltd., 545 Lake Shore Blvd., West, Toronto, Ont. 

LOR Dr. Leo Lorrain Laboratories Ltd., 203 Place Youville, Montreal 1, Que, 



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Magna Cori>. , 11808 South Bloomficld Ave., Santa Fe Springs, 

California 9C670, U.S.A. 
Magnachc-n Liir.itcd, 626 - 58th Ave. S.E. Zone 27, Calgary, Alta. 
Mackenzie and Feimann Ltd., 970 l-ialkin Ave., Vancouver, B.C. 
Kallinckrodt Chemical Works Ltd., 600 Delnar Ave., Pointe Clair, Que. 
Manchester Products Ltd., 87 Ainslie St. S., P.O. Box 204, Gait, Ont. 
Maple L^af Kills Ltd., 417 Queensvay W., Toronto, Ont. 
Kagic White Western Ltd., 1336 Lome Street, Recir^a, Sask. 
Les Produits Karc-O Limitec, Case Pcstale 604, 3175, rue Girard, 

Trois-Rivieres, Qae. 
Marine Electrolysis Eliminator Co., 1137"-Kanford, Seattle, 

Washington 98134, U.S.A. 
Marquette Products Ltd., 25 Courcelette St., Quebec, Que. 
Bob Martin (Export) Ltd., Hoghton St., South Part, Lancashire, Eng. 
E. H. Matson Jr. Co., 7808 8th Ave. S., Seattle, Washington 93108, U.S.A. 
Kay a.id Baker (Canada) Ltd., 180 Bellarmin St., Montreal 11, Que. 
McClelland Veterinary Supplies Ltd., P.O. Box 37, St. Hyacinthe,Que. 
Monclair Exterminating Reg'd, 203 Place Youville, Montreal 125, Que. 
Mclntyre's, P. O. Box 295, Swift Current, Sask. 

McKague Chemical Company Ltd., 100 Midwest Kd., Scarborough, Ont. 
Marchan Co., 790 Bay Street, Toronto, Ontario. 
John G. McKirdy, 547 S. Syndicate Ave., Thunder Bay F, Ont. 
Maritir.es Coop. Service, Price Street Warehouse, Moncton, N.B. 
KcEwen's Phamacy, Box 190, Kestport, Ont. 

Merck Sharp and Dohme Canada Ltd., P.O. Box 899, Pointe-Claire, 
Dorval 700, Que. 

Medical Supply Co., 1027 W. State St., Rockford, III., 61101, O.S.A. 

Produits Menagers du Quebec Inc., 644 rue Dollard, Quebec 8, Que. 

Kerzat Industries Ltd., Suite 602, 101 Richmond St. H. .Toronto, Ont. 

Metasol Canada Ltd., P.O. Box 2000, Pointe Claire, Dorval 700, Que. 

Produits Sanitaires Meteor Inc., 903 Boul.Rose:nont, Montreal, Que. 

McLaughlin Gormley King Co., 1715 Fifth St. S.E., Miruieapolis 55414 
Minnesota, U.S.A. 

Michael's Equipc.ent and Industries Ltd., P.O. Box 232, Termizial A 
Ottawa, Ontario. 

Midland Laboratories, 210-220 Jones St., Dubuque, Iowa, U.S. A. 

Midwest Supplies Ltd., 730 .Madison St., Winnipeg 12, Man. 

R. G. Mitchell, Pharmacist, 309 N. Algcma St., Thunder Bay, Ont. 

Miller-Morton Co. Canada Ltd., 1912A Avenue Road, Toronto 380, Ont. 

Komar (Canada) Ltd., P.O.~Box 2400, Don .Hills, Ont. 

Mobil Paint Co., 645 Coronation Dr., P.O. Box 200, West Hill, Ont. 

ftodern Pool Products, 737 Ca.nal St., Stanford, Connecticut 06902, U.S.A. 

The Mogul Corp. of Canada Ltd., 8400 Cote de Liesse, Ville St-Laurent, 
Montreal, Que. 

Monsanto Canada Ltd., P.O. Box 900, Montreal 3, Que. 

L. Morency and Fils Inc., P.O. Box 278, Montreal North, Que. 

Montreal Pest Control Inc., 8189 St- Hubert St., Montreal 11, Que. 

fkxjre Sales, 24 Sable St., Toronto 15, Ont. 

Moran Chemical Co. Ltd., 7944-48-14th Ave., St. Michei, Montreal 

Mr. Groom Products, 1097 Goffle P.oac, Hawthorne, N.J. 07506, U.S.A. 

Mont-Royal Paints Inc., 5669 Casgrain St., Montreal 14, Que 

Harzcne Chemicals Ltd., P.O. Box 2C9, Brooklin, Ont. 

M.T.C. Pharmaceuticals Ltd., 1890 Brampton St., Hamilton, Ont. 

Kursatt Chemicals Ltd., 70 Eelficld Rd., Unit 70, Rexdale, Ont. M9W 1G3. 

Huskol Ltd., 244 Pleasant St., Truro, N.S. 

Mushroom Supply Co., Toughkcnaroon, Pa., U.S.A. 

Mysto, Inc., Suite 701, 3333 est Boul. Metropolitian, Montreal 455, Que. 



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NAA National Chemical Kxterminating Co. Ltd., 1430 Clark St., Montreal, Que. 333« 

NAC National Chcnisearch of Canada Ltd., 245 Orcnda Rd . , Uratnalca, Ont. 334« 

HAL National Grain (1963) Ltd., 51? Grain Lxchange Bldg., v;innipcg 2, Kan. 33!>. 

NAP Nor-A-ti Agricultural Pioducts Ltd., 345 Biggins Ave., VJinnipeg , Kan. 336 1 

NAS National Silicates Ltd., P.O. Box 69, Toronto, Ont. K8V 3S7. 337, 

NAT National Laboratories, Div. of Sterling Drug Ltd., 37 Kanna Ave., 338, 

Toronto, Ontario. 

NIB Niagara Chemicals, Div. of FKC Machinery and Chemicals Ltd., 1274 339, 

Plains Rd. East, Burlington, Ont. 
NIM Nip-Co Mfg. Ltd., 56 Newcastle St., Toronto 18, Ontario. ' 340, 

NIS Nissin Denka Co. Ltd., 14-2 Yonchome Nihonbashi-Honcho, Chuc-Ku, 341, 

Toyko, Japan. 

NNP Northern Paint Co. Ltd., 394 Gertrude Ave., Win"nipeg 13, Man. 342. 

NOA The Northern Paint and Varnish Co. Ltd., P.O. Box 217, Owen Sound, ONT. 343. 

NOC Moco Drugs Ltd., 24 Sable St., Toronto 15, Ontario. 344, 

NOD Northern Drug Co., Box 160, Wetaskawin, Alta. 345, 

NOP Northern Stag Industries Ltd., Box 73, Rockwood, Ont. 346. 

NOR Norwich Pharmacal Co., Ltd., P.O. Box 2002, Paris, Ont. 347, 

NOT Nott Mianufacturing Co., Inc., Pleasant View Rd., Pleasant Valley, 348, 

N.Y. 12569, U.S.A. 

NOW Northern Wood Preservers Ltd., Box 990, Thunder Bay, Ont. 349, 

NOX Noxall Products Ltd., 1820 W. 3rd Ave., Vancouver 9, B.C. 350, 

NOZ Noxzema Chemical Co. of Canada Ltd., 77 Park Lawn Rd., Toronto 18, Ont. 351, 

NPO Napco-Protex Inc., 101 rue de la Barre, Boucherville, Que. 352, 
NSS National Sanitation Services Ltd., 485 - 1st Ave. North, Saskatoon, Sask. 353, 

S7K 1X5. 

NUA Nulife Pet Remedies Ltd., 1820 West 3rd Ave., Vancouver, B.C. 354, 



OLB Ole Time Wood-Tian' 5; Lino, Box 134, Stratham, New Hampshire 038^5, U.S.; 

OLC Olin Corp., P.O. Box 991, Little Rock, Ark. 72203, U.S.A. 

OLD Olin Corporation, 2625 Skoena St., Vancouver, B.C. 

OL!l Oliver Chemical Co. (Lethbridge) Ltd-., 249 Strafford Dr., Lethbridge, 

OLN Oliver Industries Ltd. P.O. Box 595, Langley, B.C. 

OLS Oliver Industrial Supply Ltd., 249 Stafford Dr., Lethbridge, Alta. 

Ol.y OljTOpic Stain, A Div. of Comcrco Inc., 1148 N.W. Leary V.'ay, Seattle, 

V/ashington 98107, U.S.A. 
ONE One Time Package Products Inc., 5 Diamond Ave., P.O. Box 333, Bethel 

Conn. 06601, U.S.A. 
OJ<!-I Ormond Veterinary Supply Ltd., 18 Haymarket St., Hamilton, Ont. 
OSD Osmose V.'ood Preserving Co, of Canada Ltd., 1080 Pratt Ave., Montreal 

154, Que. 



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Pace IJatJoivil Corp., 500 7th Ave. So., Kirklai>d,'.toshingt.on 98033, U.S. A. 
la Coir.pagnie Paula Ltec, 21 St. Paul Est., Montreal, Que. 
Pearson's Antiseptic Co. of Canada Ltd., P.O. Box 69t , BrccKvJlle, Cnt. 
Peerless Ir.uustrial Che?-.icals Ltd., Cheniitek Div., 6110 lA St. S. V., 

Calgary, Alta. 
Peinture Nationale Ltee., 1556 St. Vallier Cucst, Qucbfec 8, Que. 
Pennsalt Cheiuicals of Canada Ltd., 970 Kalkin Ave., Vancouver 3, B.C. 
S.B. Penick and Co., 100 Church St., New York, New York 10003, U.S.A. 
Pennwalt Corp. P.O. Box 1297, Tacoma, Viashingtor. 98401, U.S.A. 
Pennwalt of Canada Ltd., 700 Third Line Kd., Cakville, Ont. 
Pestroy Co., 877 Boyd Ave., Ottawa, Ont. 

The Pestroy Co. Ltd., 980 Crovier St., St. Laurent, I'-tontreal 379, Que. 
Pes-San Products Ltd., 661 tontreal St. , Kingston, Ont. 
John and Walter Petrunka, R. R. 3, Thunder Bay, Ont. 
Petrofir^ Canada Ltd., P.O. Box 3006, Station B, 1 Place Ville-Karie, 

Montreal 113, Que. 
Pfizer Co. Ltd., 50 Place Creicazie, y^intreal. Que. 
Pfizer Co. Ltd., 404 N. Front St., Sarnia, Ont. 

Phostoxin Sales of Canada Ltd., 1100 Craig St. E., .^tontrcal. Que. 
Phillips Paint Products Ltd., 3C6 King St., Winnipeg 2, Han. 
Phytevrop S.A., 21 Blvd., Kales.herbes, Paris Ville, France. 
Phillips Yeast Products Ltd., Park Royal Rd., London tr,i 10 7JX. 
Pic Corporation, 1150 Sylvan St., Linden, New Jersey 07 036, U.S. A. 
Pic Corporation, 28-30 Confield St.. Orange, New Jersey 07050, U.S.A. 
Pied Piper Products Ltd., 3129 Kingsway, Vancouver 16, B.C. 
Pike and Co. Ltd., 10039-lOlA Ave., Edmonton, Aita. 
Pioneer Grain Co. Ltd., 2500 Richardson Bldg . , One Lombard Place, 

Winnipeg e. Wan. 
Pitman Moore Ltd., 15 Green 3elt Dr., Don Mills, Ont. 
Plains Manufacturing Co., Box 531, Lexington, Nebraska, U.S.A. 
Plant Prod. Co. Ltd., 314 Orenda Rd., Braaalea, Ont. 
Maurice Pollack Ltd., 750 est.Boul. Charest, Quebec 2, Que. 
Pool Man Limited, 1770 Albion rd., Rexdale, Ont. 
N.L. Poulin Ltd., 24 Marion Place, WinTiipeg 6, Man. 
Pet Products Co., P.O. Box 232, Station E. , Hamilton, Ont. 
Prentiss Drug & Chemical Co. Inc., 363-7th Ave., New York, N.Y. 

10001, U.S.A. 
Pressurized Products Ltd., R. R. No.l, Belle River, Ont. 
Professional Ecological Services, 1230 St-?atrick St., Victoria, B.C. 
Proctor & Gamble, P.O. Box 355, Terminal A, Tcror.to, Ont. 
Progressive International Mfg. Ltd., P.O. Box 3025, Terminal A, 

London, Ontario, N6A 4H9. 
Produits Pressure Prod. Div. "of Pentagon Chen. Ltd., 170 Eoul de 

I'' Industrie, Candiac, Que. 
Professional Garden Co. Ltd., 1108 6th St. S.E., Calgary 21, Alta. 
Provigo Inc., 800 Dorchester 0., Suite 400, Montreal, P.Q., H3B 1Y2. 
Protex Corp. of Can. Ltd., 6200 de Chateaubriand, y^ontreal. Que. 
Provincial Pest Control Inc., 292 Decaire Blvd., St. Laurent 

Montreal 376, Que. 
Purex Corporation, 44 Clayson Fd., VJeston, Ontario. 



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Ralston Purina Co., Ltd., 404 Main St., Woodstock, Ont. 

Ramcx Pest Control Prod., S. Hwy 19, Madison S. Dakota 57042, U.S. A. 

The v;. T. Rawleigh Co. Ltd., 4005 Richelieu St., Montreal, Que. 

Record Chem Co. Inc., 740 Monte de Liesse Rd., Montreal, Que. 

Redbud Prod. Co. Inc., P.O. Box 1056, Anderson, Ind. 46015, U.S.A. 

Red Line Chora. Ltd., 71 Portland St., Toronto 18, Ont. 

Reindeer Organic Co, Ltd., 5306 Pat Bay Hv.-y., Victoria, B.C. 

Reliable Exterminators Ltd., 464 Dawes Road, Toronto, Ont. 

Rentokil Laboratories Ltd., Felcourt, East Grinstead, Essex, England. 

The Rexall Drug Co. Ltd., 2501 Stanfield Rd . , Cooksville, Ont. 

Rhodia Inc., Chipman Div., 120 Jersey Ave., P.O. Box 2009, 

New Brunswick, N.J., U.S.A. 
Charles Riess s Co., 877 VJall St., Winnipeg 10, Man. 
Richelieu Industries, 410 Blvd. Laurier, Mont St. Hilaire, Que. 
Riess Products Co., 9302-lllth Ave., Edmonton, Alta. 
Richardson's Extermination Ltd., 202 Laird Dr., Toronto, Ont. 
Richmond Paint & Chemical Co., 585 No. 3 Rd., Richmond, B.C. 
Robertson Seeds Ltd., 8118-103rd St., Edmonton, Alta. 
Rohm and Haas Co. of Canada Ltd., 2 Manse Road, West Hill, Ont. 
Robinson and Webber Ltd., 1569 Orange St., V/innipeg, Man. RJE 3B5. 
Rockhill Produce Ltd., 422 Railway St. Vancouver 4, B.C. 
Rotospray Systems Ltd., 464 Dawes Rd . , Toronto 374, Ont. 
Rogar/STB Div. of BTI Products Ltd., P.O.Box 213, 805 Castleneau 

St., Douville, St.Hyacinthe, Que. 
Frank T. Ross and Sons 1962 Ltd., Box 248, West Hill, Ont. 
Ross Daniels Inc., 1720 Fuller Rd., P.O. Box 430, West Des Moines, 

Iowa 50265, U.S.A. 
Rougier Inc., 506 est Sainte-Catherine, Montreal 132, Que. 



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Safety Vermin Control Ltd., 504A Kent St., Ottawa 4, Ont, 
Sancx PC Ltd., 6490 Doiribardier , Montreal 33, Que. 
Sanex I'C Ltd., 232 Norsc.Tiiin St., Toronto 18, Ont. 
Sanitized Process (Canada) Ltd., Ste. 1700, 2200 Yonge St. 

Toronto 299, Ont. 
Sanjvore Inc., Box 55, Longueil, Que. 

Salsbury Laboratories Ltd., 209 Manitou Rd., Kitchener, Ont. 
Produits Sanitaires Laurentide Inc., C.P.65, Druninondvillc, Que. 
Sanfax Industries Ltd., 1650 South Service Road, Trans Canada 

Highway, Dorval 76, Que. 
Sanitary Supply and Equipment Co. Ltd., 4275 rue Iberville, 

tontreal 34 , Que . 
Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities, 403 McCalluai 

Bldg., Regina, Sask. 
Saskatchewan Dept. of Agriculture, Plant Industry Div., Gov't 

Administration Bldg., Regina, Sask. 
Saskatchewan Wheat Pool, Albert and Victoria Sts., Regina, Sask. 
A.G. Schering, 170-172 Kuellerstrass, Berlin 65, (West) Germany. 
Scientific Concentrates Co., 196 Boul. Richelieu, St. Kathias, Que. 
St. Clair Paint & Wallpaper Co. Ltd., 38 Duff law Kd., Toronto, Ont. M6A 2W1. 
O.M. Scott and Sons, Karyville, Ohio 43040, U.S.A. 
The Scott's Cure Co., Division of Garde.i Research Laboratories, 

49 Niagara St., Toronto 135, Ont. 
Sellers Che.-;:ical Corporation, P.O. Box 23523, New Orleans, 

Louisiana 70183, U.S.A. 
SharrjTCck Chez;. Ltd., P.O. Box 321, London, Ontario. 
Shell Can. Ltd., P.O. Box 400, Terminal A, Toronto 1, Ont. 
The Sherwin-Williams Co. of Can. Ltd., 2675 Centre St. ,ftontreal 104, Que. 
Sico Inc., 3230 Blvd. Ste. An.-is, C. P. 1546, Quebec 5, Que. 
The Robt. Simpson Drug Cc. Ltd., 160-176 Yonge St., Tcro.-ito 2, Ont. 
Sinpson-Sears & Sir.psons, 108 Mutual St., Toronto 2, Ont. 
Simpsons -Sears Ltd. Canada, 4750 Kingsway, Burhaby 1, B.C. 
Dr. N.A. Sirois, Erj:., P.O. Box 786, LaPocatiere, Que. 
Sittner .^'.anufacturing Co. Inc., P.O. Box 865, Sheridan, Wycming 

82801, U.S.A. 
Smith Barregar Ltd., 115 'West Third Ave., Vancouver, B.C. 
Smith-Oouglass Div. of Borden Chesi, Borden Inc. P.O. Box G, Columbus 

Ohio 43203, U.S.A. — 
Sobey's Stores Ltd., 115 King St., Stellarton, N.S. 
Soluja Ltee., 620 Cathcart, Ste. 400 Birks Bldg., Phillips Sq. 

Montreal 111, Que. 
T. M. Spratt Ltd., 33 KcMab-St. N. , Hamilton, Ont. 
Steinberg's Ltd., Technical Services Dept., 5400 Hochelaga St. 

>tontreal, Quebec. HIN IVS. 
Standard Chenical ttd., 60 Titan Rd., Toronto 18, Ont. 
Stauffer Cherriical Co. of Canada Ltd., 130 West Georgia St., 

Vancouver 5, B.C. 
Sterling Drug Ltd., Aurora, Ont. L4G 3K6. 

The Standard ^manufacturing Co. Ltd., P.O. Box 6090, St. John's, Nfld. 
Stanley Chemicals Ltd., 1645 Edouard Laurin Blvd., Montreal 9, Que. 
Stanley Kor.e ?rc<iucts of Canada Ltd., 140 Ann St., London, Ont. 
Sterne Industries, 11 2 5 Talbot St., St. Thosas, Ont. 
Strea-Tj Fresh Ltd., 1190 Crestlawn Dr., Mississauga, Ont. L4W 186. 
C. V7. Staples Inc. Box 323, Fresque Isle, Maine, U.S.A. 
Star Products Inc., 7955 Eoul. St. Michel, Montreal, Que. 
Sunnybrook Food Market (Keele)Ltd., 4490 Chesswood Dr., Downsview, Ont. 
Sudbury Laboratory, Duttcn Rd., Sudbury, Mass., U.S.A. 



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Sumitono Chanjcal Co. Ltd., 155-Chonie, Kitehama, Higashi-ku, 

05;aka, Japan. 
Summit Chc.T.ical Co., 12 East 2'lth St., Baltimore, MD, 21218, U.S.A. 
Suporsweet FeoGs{Div. of r.obin Hood [-".ultifodd Co. Ltd.,) 6600 Cote 

des Neiges, Montreal, Que. 
Stiiu-U-Plant Labs., Inc., 2077 Parkv;ood Ave., Coluinbus* Ohio, 

43219, U.S. A . 
Sun Swirming Pool Chemicals, Div, of Sun Cleanser Co., P.O.Box 2188, 
Livonia, Michigan, 43151, U.S.A. 

Sterling Varnish (Canada) Ltd., P.O. Eox"''554, St. Catherines, Ont. 
Sv;ish Maintenance Ltd., 309 Lansdowne St. E. Peterborough, Ont. 
Sv/imiaing Pool Supply Centre, Unit 14, 1220 Ellcsmere Rd., 

Scarborough, Ont. 
Sydney Pest Control, 80 Townsend St., Sydney, N.S. 



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486. 

487, 



TAI J. S. Tait and Co. Ltd., 838 Powell St., Vancouver 4, B.C. 

TAS Tarn O'Shanter Industries Ltd., No. 2006, 727-6 Ave.S.W., Calgary, Alta. 

TAX Richard K. Taylor, Import - Export Agent, 520 Glendene Cres. 

Waterloo, Ont. N2L 4P4 . 
TEC Tcch-Chem Services Ltd., 3135 VJharton Way, Mississauga, Ont. 
TEI Texas Refinery Corp. of Canada Ltd., 25 Industrial St.y Toronto 17, Ont. 
TEX Texaco Canada Ltd., 51 Commissioners St., Toronto, Ont. 

THU Thuron Industries Inc., 12200 Denton Drive, Dallas, Texas 75234, U.S.A. 
THV Thuron Ltd., Box 73, Port Perry, Ontario. 

TIM Tine-Mist Div. General Time of Canada, P.O. Box 239, Peterborough, Ont. 
TRI TRI Associates Inc., 8500 Pillsbury Ave.Pouth, Minneapolis, Min. 

55420, U.S.A. 
TRO Trojan Chemicals Div. of Valley Camp Ltd., 41 Racine Rd., Rexdale 601, 

Ont. M9W 2Z5. 
TRY Troy Chemical Corp., One Ave. L., Newark, N.J. 07105, U.S. A. 
TSI TSI Co. Highway 206, P.O. Box 151, Flanders, N.J. 07836, U.S.A. 
TUC Tuco Products Co., Div. of the Upjohn Co. of Canada, 3 McCarthy St., 

Orangeville, Ont. 
TUR Turner Musical Instruments Ltd., 51 Nantucket Blvd., Scarborough, 

Ont. MIP 2N6. 
TWI Twin-Cee Ltd., P.O. Box 98, 20 Armstrong Ave., Georgetown, Ont. 



4SB. 
485. 
490. 

491 « 
492, 



AQ 



■> • 



494. 
495. 
496, 
497. 

498. 

499, 
500. 
501. 

502. 

503. 



UAt' United Farmers of Alberta Co-op Ltd., 119 1st St . ,S .E. , Calgary, Alta. 

UAJ Union Carbide Can. Ltd., 123 Eglinton Ave. E., Toronto 12, Ont. 

l^BE Utility Products Co., 4579 Christophe Colcriibo, Montreal 176, Que. 

ULR Ultra Research Industries Ltd., Box 436, Nanaimo, B.C. 

UNA Una-Kern Manufacturing Co., Swim Chem Division, 3280 Kainway, 

Burlington, Ontario. 
UNR Uniroyal (1966) Ltd., Cheir.ical Div., Elmira, Ont. 

USB United States Borax and Chanical Corp., 3075 Wilshire Blvd., 

Los Angeles, Calif. 90005, U.S.A. 



50-1. 
505. 
505. 
507. 
508, 

509. 
510. 



1082 



O. Reg. 577/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



VAK 

VL.*: 

VKT 
VEZ 
VIG 

VIL 

VI tl 
VIT 



Van l/atcrs and F.ogcrs Ltd., P.O. Box 2009, Vancouver, B.C. 
Velsicol Corp. of Canada Ltd., 13C0 Elui.dell Kd., Kississauga, Ont. 
Velsicol Chenical Corp., 34) E. Ohio, Chicago, 111. 60611, U.S.A. 
Ventron Corcoratioi., Congress Street, Beverly, Hass. 01915, U.S.A. 
Henry K. Vezina, 778 Sanock Drive, Pickering, Cnt. 
Vigoro Division, Sv:ift Ca:.adJan Co. Ltd., 1400 The Queensway, 

Toronto, Ontario K3Z 1S4. 
Vineland Laboratories Canada Inc., 500 Oakdale Rd., Downsview, Ontario, 

M3N i;-;6. 
Vio Bin Veterinary Products Ltd., 860 Talbot St., St. Thcmas, Ont. 
Virginia Chemicals Inc., 3340 West Norfolk Rd., Portsniouth, Virginia 

23703, U.S.A. 



3193 

51J. 
512. 

»,T :-, 
51-: . 

515. 
51C. 

517. 

51L. 
519. 



WAr' 
KAK 

Vi'EA 
WEF 
KLO 
WEP 
WEQ 
WES 
KFF 
WtLA 
WHE 
VML 

WHM 

WIL 
WIP 
WLX 
WOB 
WOO 

WOG 

WYN 

WYT 



l-.'arshaw Fruit K^rket Inc., 3863 St. Laurence Blvd., Hontreal 51*4, Que. 
Watkins Products Inc., 150 Liberty St., Winona, Minnesota 55987, U.S.A. 
Heed-Master (Western) Ltd. , 415-3rd St.S.W. , Calgary 1, Alta. 
V.'estern Family Foods Ltd., Calgary, Alberta. 

V.'est Agro-Cheniical (Canada) Ltd., 325 Dalesford Rd . , Toronto, Ont. 
West Cher.'.ical Products Ltd., 5624 Casgrain Ave., Montreal, Que. 
Wesco Agencies, 1968 West 3rd Ave., Vancouver 9, B.C. 
E.G. West Co. Ltd., 84 Sheppard Ave. East, Willoutiale, Ont. 
Westfair Foods Ltd., P.O.Box 808, Winnipeg, Manitoba. R3C 2Pl. 
Wheat-Belt Industries Ltd. , 1334-lOth Ave. S.W., Calgary, Alta. 
Whitehouse Soaps and Chemicals, P.O.Box 181, Toronto 16, Ont. 
Whitinoyer Products, Rohm and Haas Co. of Canada Ltd., 2 Manse Rd., 

West Hill, Ont. 
Whitmire Research Labs. Inc., 3568 Tree Court Industrial Blvd., 

St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.A. 
Wilson Laboratories Ltd., Brock and Hatt Sts., Oundas, Ont. 
Wipp Pest Control Co., 282 Pitt St. E., Windsor, Ont. 
Willex Products, 6039 -6th St., S.E., Calgary, Alberta. 
G.H.Wood and Co. Ltd., Queen Elizabeth Way, P.O.Box 34, Toronto 18, Ont. 
Wood Treating Chemicals Co., 5137 Southeast Ave., St. Louis, Missouri 

63110, U.S.A. 
world Garden Products Ltd., World Bldg., First and Seaview, 

East tJorwalk, Conn. 06855, U.S.A. 
Wyant and Company Ltd., 739 2nd Ave. S.W., Calgary, Alta. 
Wyandotte Chemical of Canada Ltd., 41 Metropolitan Rd., Scarborough, Ont. 



520, 
521, 
522. 
523, 
524, 
525, 
526, 
527, 
528, 
529, 
530, 
531, 

532, 

533, 
534, 
535, 
536, 
537, 

538, 

539, 

540. 



;;ellers Ltd., Montreal, 248 Que. 



541. 



O. Reg. 577/76, s. 58, part. 



1083 



3194 



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SCHEDULE 1 



O. Reg. 577/76 



REG- 




A 




IS- 




G 




T«*- 




E 




TIOM 


REGIS* 


N 




NO 


TRANT 


T 


PESTICIOF 


00299 


DOl» 




METHYL BROHIDE. FUMICANT 


oosaa 


8Rh 




ODT 25X EHULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 




006S2 


CYC 




AFRO HCN OISCOIOS 




00717 


CGC 




T*T ANT TRAP CONTAINS THALLIUM SULPHATE 




008S9 


PRX 




PROTEX INSECT POWOFR 




00959 


CYC 




CYAM0G4S • CALCIUM CYANIDE A.DUST AND G FUMICANT 


01017 


»I* 




RIFSS COCKROACH EXTERMINATOR CONTAINS 800IUH FLUORIDE 


01027 


PSA 




"REEL" ROACH POwDER CONTAINS SODIUM FLUORIDE 


02170 


POP 




PnuLIN'S COCKROACH DOOM 


02283 


GCP 




GREEN CROSS wEED»NO»m0RF 


02S21 


DUO 




PU PONT CFHFSAN m mercurial seed DISINFECTANT 


02S7J 


UCP 




GREEN CROSS TOXAPHENF 60X EHULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 


02S86 


hRG 




FAlRVTEw WEED COP MIXED BUTYL ESTER E-64, 2,4-0 


02607 


ChP 




ChTPmaN 2,4-n ESTER 64 LIOI'IP NEED KILLER 


02665 


AMC 


AMI 


AMCHEM WFFDUST 5t-2,a-0 ESTER WEED KILLER 


0275'> 


LAT 




latfris calmite t.e.p.p. insect spray 


0^273 


00» 




On«FUME Mr - 2 SOIL FUMIGANT 


03294 


MAP 




CALO - CLOR (IMPROVEO)MERCURIAL TURF FUNGICIDE 


03322 


SML 




2,4-0 LIQUID WFEDKILLER ESTER 64 


03453 


AL8 




NO-wEEO 2,4-D 5X OUST KFEO KILLf« 




03624 


GCP 




GREEN CROSS MOTH BL»9TFR 


03678 


INT 




CO-OP 2,4-D ESTER 64 LIQUIP WEED KILLER 


03680 


INT 




CO-OP 2,4-D ESTER OUST 


03«12 


AL8 




NO-wEEO 2,4-D ESTER 64 WEED KILLER 


04144 


AHE 




FLY MASTER LINDANE INSFCTICI^E FOR VAPORIZATION 




0422b 


INT 




HASTINGS DAK'SON FUMICANT 




0432S 


MHi 




CLINFS ROACH POWDER 




04582 


FHC 




NIAGARA 2,4-0 LO ESTAsnL WEEDKILLER 




04383 


CHP 




METHOXONE ESTER 80, MCP* LIQUID WEEDKILLER 




043es 


SHt 




OIELORIN 20 E.C. INSECTICIDE 




04449 


L*T 




LATER'S 2,SX ALDRIN OUST INSECTICIDE 




n4SS2 


ELI 




IKE-LINOANE TABLETS AND CRYSTALS FOR FUMIGATION 




0462S 


INT 




CO-OP DAWSON FUMICANT FORMULA 73 




04(577 


NAP 




PANOGFN IS LIQUID SEED TREATMENT 




04728 


CHP 




ChIPman 2,4-D , ESTER 128, DOUBLE STRENGTH WEEDKILLER 




04751 


MBE 




HAROUFTTE MARCODANE INSECTICIDE 




04754 


FMC 




NIAGARA 2,4-0 ESTASOL 128 WEEDKILLER 




04748 


NAL 




NATIONAL HIGH CONCENTRATE 2,4-D MIXED BUTYL ESTERS 




04766 


SHL 




SHELL ALDRIN SX GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 




04780 


PIO 




PIONEER LlOum WEED KILLER 2,4-0 ESTER 128 




04785 


NAA 




ERA LINDANE TABLETS AND CRYSTALS FOR FUMIGATION 




04793 


RAL 




PURINA LIHUID STOCK SPRAY 




04823 


oon 




E8TFR0N 64 FARM WEEO KILLER LIQUID 




0484S 


UBF 




ELECTRO-VAP LINDANE INSECTICIDE FOR FUMIGATION 




04846 


CHP 




CHIPMAN 20X ALDRIN GRANULAR SOIL INSECTICIDE 




04923 


SIR 




NAOANE INSECTICIDE 




04929 


SHL 




SHELL ENDRIN 20 EMULSIRLE CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 




04941 


LAT 




LATER'S HEPTACHLOR 20 E.C, INSECTICIDE f 


04975 


UHI 




C0MPRIME8 LINDANE C.H, 


1 



1084 



1 



O. Reg. 577/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3195 



05072 


RU6 


05073 


FMC 


05193 


»LS 


053»« 


SHL 


05a28 


CHP 


0S<462 


INT 


0550<i 


CSC 


05527 


P*U 


05875 


F*P 


05933 


JIT 


059aa 


GCP 


05979 


tl^L 


06030 


FHC 


06038 


CMP 


060«5 


*LS 


06051 


NAP 


06070 


HOC 


06113 


ouo 


06118 


CMP 


06132 


BUG 


O6160 


»LS 


06179 


GC»» 


06181 


OSO 


06187 


PFF 


06190 


*LS 


0625a 


INT 


06261 


CMP 


06314 


D0« 


06a2a 


BEL 


06068 


SML 


06510 


NAK 


06521 


NAP 


06597 


HBC 


06602 


PFF 


06613 


NOX 


06660 


SML 


06662 


SML 


06663 


MCC 


06666 


L0» 


06680 


INT 


06683 


800 


06705 


SAR 


06750 


CMP 


06756 


MEP 


06771 


SML 


06896 


MEQ 


06923 


FRO 


06963 


STO 


06965 


STO 



»*»L 



Cf»0 



BUG60 INSFCTICIDf CRYSTALS LINDANE 98X FOR FUMI6ATI0N 

SODIUM AR8ENTTE LIQUID POTATO VINF KILLER 

ACS "AM" DUAL PURPOSE SEED TREATMENT 

SMELL ALORIN 20S GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 

CMIPMAN IX ENDRIN OUST INSECTICIDE 

CO-OP MCPA ESTER 80 LIQUID mEED KILLER 

GREEN CROSS ESTER WEED LIQUID KfLLE" 

PAULA LINDANE TABLETS FOR FUMIGATION 

B0M8E ANTIMITE MOTMPRonFER 

JITO MOTHKlLLER BOMBF TuE MITES 

GPEEN CROSS MCPA ESTFR 80 MEED KTLLER 

NATIONAL MCPA ESTER •'EED KILLER 

EnORIn 2 EMulSIFIABlE concentrate INSECTICIDE 

CMIPMAN ENORIN 20 FMULSIFIARLE CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

NO-MEED MCPA FSTEP 80 mEEO KILLER 

PanO-DRENCM soil ORENCm FOR GREENHOUSES 

MOLCOMB INSEKIL aerosol INSECTICIDE 

OU PONT SFMESAN TURF FUNGICIDE 

CMIPMAN BRUSmkILLER 128 REGULAR 

FAIRVIEN MEED COP "ONE TmENTV EIGHT" 

NO-WEEO MCPA 5X ESTER DUST MEED KILLER 

GREEN CROSS 20X EndrIn 

OSMOSE SPECIAL FENCE POST MIXTURE - MOOD PRESERVATIVE 

CALSA ENDRIN 20 EmijlSIF I ABLE CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

NO-HEED 2, 4-0 ESTER 128 LIQUID hEED KILLER 

CO-OP MCPA ESTER OUST 5t 

ChIPMan TOPKIlLER 160 CONTAINS SODIUM ARSENITE 

FORMULA 8 FARM mEEP KILLER LIQUID 

AERO-FOG AEROSOL CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE C 222 

SMELL ALDRIN ao E.C, TNSECTiriDE 

WATKINS MPTMPROOFFR PRESSURIZED SPRAY 

DRINOX M.3aS LIQUID SEED INSECTICIDE 

MARQUETTE RED SQUILL (EXTERMTNATEUR DE9 MULOTS) 

CALSA BRUSM KILLER 128 

NOXALL ANT TRAP CONTAINS THALLIUM 

2,«-D ESTER 80 

SHELL 2f«-D HEED KTLLER ESTER 128 

LTCE TOX LIVESTOCK INSECTICIDE 

LINDANE 99 LORRAIN INSECTICIDE 

CO-OP 2,4-0 ESTER 128 LIQUID HEEOKILLER 

RED SHIELD DOUBLE PROTECTION SEED TREATMENT 

SARM 2,4-0 ESTER 128 hEEDKILLER 

AGHQSOL LIOUTO MERCURY SEED TREATMENT 

mFRCULES lindane TABLETS FOR FUMIGATION 

SHELL MCPA hEEOkILLER ESTER 80 

ChLOROPICPIN SOIL FUMfGANT 

FRANKLIN TOXAPMENE-LlNDANE SPRAY CONCENTRATE 

STAN-CHEM 2,4-D ESTER no HEED KILLER 

STANsCHEM MCPA ESTER 80 hEEO KILLER 



i 



1085 



3196 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 577/76 



06971 


STO 




07002 


MBE 




0700a 


MBE 




07005 


JIT 




07007 


F*P 




07010 


STD 




07012 


STD 




U7n3<» 


PFF 




070««» 


CHP 




0710a 


FLR 




07208 


NAP 




072la 


FMC 




07221 


DOm 




0726S 


CMP 




072ea 


CHP 




07289 


FMC 




07299 


VUN 


PFF 


07J28 


MBE 




07530 


MHfc 




07538 


AMC 


AMI 


07590 


INT 




07U25 


STO 




07«25 


STO 




07aU0 


MBE 




07«U7 


MHE 




07060 


SHU 




07U65 


Met 




07467 


MBE 




07075 


FMC 




07b7l 


*LS 




07S77 


NAP 




07^97 


LAT 




07619 


PED 




07621 


PFF 




07e>«6 


CHP 




07711 


GCP 




077^8 


NAP 




078(16 


ALT 




07811 


OOw 




07818 


MAZ 




07M25 


AMC 


AMI 


07830 


NAA 




07889 


CHP 




0M007 


SAS 




06050 


NAP 




0811*. 


PFF 




08176 


uuu 




08217 


OUH 




08218 


NAA 





8TAN-CHEM 2,0-0 ESTEB 128 WtFD KILLER 

MARQUETTE TOP KILLER 10 

MAROUETTE ALORIN 5X INSECTICIDE DUST 

JITO GAS AEROSOL INSECTICIDE 

FAMILFX INSECTICIDE FLV CAS BOMBE 

STAN-CHEM ?,a,5»T LOW VOLATILE ESTER BRUSH KIU 

STAN.CHEM AND T LOW VOLATILE ESTER BRUSH KIL 

CALSA mEEO BANE ESTER OS 2,0»D MEED KILLER 

CHIPMAN HFPTACHLOR 20 SOIL INSECTICIDE 

FLOOANF INSECTICIDE 

PANORINOX LlOUm COMBINATION FUNGICIDE-INSECTICIDE 

ZINC PHOSPHIDE POWOER ROOENTICIOE 

PtCFUME DOW CHLOROPICRIN-SOIL » SPACE FUMICANT 

CHIPMAN LIOUIO WIRFWORM SEFD TREATMENT 

MfRGAMMA LifliJID DUAL PURPOSE SEED TREATMENT 

NIAGARA HEPTAORIN LIQUID WIREWORM KILLER 

FRONTIER METHYL BROMIDE TOBACCO PLANT BED FUMIGANT 

MARQUETTE 20X ENORIN INSECTICIDE 

ALDRIN 20X EMULSION CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

WEFDONE 128 2,0-0 ESTER WEED KILLER EMUL8IFIABLE CONG, 

CO-OP TOXAPHENE 60X E.C, 

STAN-CHEM 2,0-D ESTER 60 WEED KRLER 

STAN-CHEM AND T I lOUIO BRUSH KIL 

MARQUETTE ENDRIN IX COPPER 7« INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE 

MARQUETTE ALDPIN INSECTICIDE POUR LE SOL 

SMf^LL ENDRIN 7SX WETTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 

TmSECTICIDE AND FUNGICIDE 

MARQUETTE IX ENDRIN OUST INSFCTICIDE 

MCP 80 ESTER LIQUID HERBICIDE CONTAINS MCPA ESTER 

Nn-».EED-80 2,0-0 ESTER wEED KILLER 

panocen turf fungicide 

LATfcRtS ALDRIN 000 E.C. INSECTICIDE 

PFMTE-6 SODIUM ARSENITE hERPICIDE SOLUTION 

Cil.SA ALDRIN OO E.C, INSECTICIDE 

CHIPMAN COPPER-ENDRIN DUST FUNGICIDE-INSECTICIDE 

NON-MERCURIAL LIOUTO DUAL PURPOSE BUNT-NO-MQRE 

MORSODREN LIQUID CONTAINING MERCURY 

AL-SI-CO MOTH PROOFER 

MCPA FSTER 80 LIOUIO FARM WEED KRLER 

maRCOTOX FOR FUMIGATING ONLV CONTAINING LINDANE 

wttOONE MCPA ESTER 

ERA TRACKING pOmDER FOR RATS AND MICE 

CHIPMAN BACKRUBBER CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

EnDkin EHULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE FOR CONTROL OF CUTWORMS 

PE^!TAORIN NON-MERCURIAL SEED TREATMENT 

CALSA MEPTACHLOR 30 EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

Du PONT TERSAN OM TURF FUNGICIDE 

OCHEMCO LIQUID 2.1-D WEED KILLER 80 

ERA COCKROACH POWDER 



1086 



I 



O. Reg. 577/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3197 



0M5t5 


CMP 


oe3?3 


OOw 


oeuii 


GCP 


0ea20 


CHL 


oaa32 


PFF 


oea«a 


MET 


oeaae 


NAP 


0»o<>7 


(UF 


0»«a<>9 


U4F 


OBSOl 


U*F 


0HS03 


U*F 


0«S?7 


PFF 


08S30 


*LS 


0«*75 


HAC 


0068} 


FIG 


0P7«0 


PEN 


08796 


CHP 


oftastt 


BEP 


08914 


A*G 


089(12 


S*H 


0«03t 


INT 


09009 


L»T 


09118 


FEJ 


09128 


INT 


09169 


FEJ 


09201 


NAP 


0920S 


GCP 


09209 


CHP 


09219 


CHP 


092S5 


MBE 


09262 


OUM 


09289 


NiP 


09325 


NAP 


09575 


MET 


09309 


HON 


09420 


MET 


09424 


NAP 


09432 


NAP 


09456 


«ET 


09458 


MET 


09472 


NAP 



LEV 



CHTPMAN 2,4*n FSTEP 80. LIQUID mEEDKILLER 

FnRHUL* 8 UNEMUL9IFIE0 nEED KILLER SOLUTION 

GPEEN CROSS POTATO TOP KILLER 

CAHOEL BFFF-AIO CONTAINS TOXAPMfNt 

CalSA 128 SODIUM ARSENITE SOLUTION -FOR POTATO VINE KILLING 

AND GENERAL NEED CONTROL 

MFTASOL MMH LIOIITO HFRfURV SEED TREATMENT 

PanoORTN 15B LIQUID SEED TREATMENT FUNGICIDE 

SUMMIT 2,4-D E3TFR 64 FMULSIFIABLE "EEO KRLER 

SliM^'IT 2,4-0 ESTER 80 EhULSIMABLE "EED KILLER 

SUMMIT 12807, 2,4-n MIXED BUTYL ESTER WEED KILLER 

SUMMIT mCPA mixed butyl ester 800Z. nitD KILLER 

CALSA ESTER 128, THE FAST SURE 2,a«D mEEO KILLER LIQUID 

ArS LlOtJIO MFPCURY SEEO TREATMENT 

NATIONAL CHEMSEARCM DEEP KILL MEED KILLER 

LIN. TAP REFILLS, LINDANE FOR USE IN VAPO*SMAT VAPORIZER 

PFSTROY MfTHYl. RBOMIDE - FUMIGANT 

AKROSOL LO" TEMPERATURE LIOUID MERCURY SEED TREATMENT 

SHIELD PRESSURIZED CFOARIZFO MQTHPROOFER 

AAHEPTON LlUUIO MIREHORM INSECTICIDE HEPTACHLOR 

LauREnTIOE cedar MOTH PROOFER (PRESSURIZED) 

CO-OP 2,4.0 ESTER 80 LIQUID MEED KILLER 

LATFR'S HEED % PAVF • CONTAINING SODIUM ARSENITE 

DAWSON 73 SPOT FUMIGANT 

CO-OP MMM LIQUID MERCURY SEED TREATMENT 

DAMSON 37 SPACE FUMIGANT CONTAINING ETHYLENE OIBROMIDE AND 

METHYL BROMIDE 

PanoGEN Pv seed treatment FUNGICIDE CONTAINS MERCURY 

GREEN CROSS DRILL BOX DUAL PURPOSE BUNT-NO-MORE PQHDER CONTAINS 

Hf«, ALDRIN AND CAPTAN 

AGROX OB MERCURIAL SEED TREATMENT POMOER 

MERGAMA DR DUAL PURPOSF SEED TREATMENT POMDER 

MARQUETTE 40S ALDRIN INSECTICIDE EMULSION CONCENTRATE 

OCHEMCO MEED KILLER 128 MITM 2,4-0 

DRINOI PX SEED TREATMENT INSECTICIDE POWDER CONTAINING 

HEPTACHLOR 

PANORINOX PX SEED TREATMENT FUNGICIDE INSECTICIDE CONTAINING 

MERCURY AND HEPTACHLOR 

MFTASOL MMH LIQUID DUAL PURPOSE SEED TREATMENT CONTAINS 

HEPTACHLOR, MERCURY 

M,P, ROACH POMOER 

METASOL - MP LIQUID MERCURY SEED DRESSING 

PANORINOX A • LIOUID SEED TREATMENT 

PENTADRIN PX DRY FUNGICIDE-INSECTICIDE CONTAINING OUINTOZENE 

AND HEPTACHLOR 

MFTASOL - MMM DUAL PURPOSE DRILL BOX FORMULATION CONTAINS 

MERCURY AND ALDRIN 

METASOL-MMM MERCURY DRILL BOX FORMULATION 

PANORINOX A-Px DRY SEED TREATMENT 



1087 



3198 



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O. Reg. 577/76 



09a60 


NAf 




09tte9 


NAP 




09515 


PIO 




09S08 


PFF 




09550 


PFF 




09564 


GHC 


VAR 


09565 


CRC 


VAR 


095*6 


GRC 


VAR 


0957* 


MET 




096J7 


HEX 




09620 


HON 




09672 


ATL 




09692 


L*T 




09729 


LAT 




0970a 


INT 




09775 


BRH 




09776 


VAN 




09768 


OOw 




09789 


DON 




09790 


DOri 




09791 


nnta 




09829 


CCH 




09862 


FHC 




09904 


BAD 


LEI 


09912 


BAD 


LEI 


09952 


PFF 




09954 


ACQ 




09981 


8AF 




09991 


NAP 




09998 


NIM 




10025 


FMC 




tOOtttt 


COO 




10009 


COO 




10056 


COO 




10067 


IMP 




10070 


IMP 




10111 


VEL 




10187 


OLH 




10189 


AL8 




10237 


FMC 




10242 


LAT 




10274 


NAC 




10291 


8TU 


MCB 


10411 


CER 





PENTADRIN A NON-MERCURIAL SEED TREATMENT 

PfNTAORIN APX DRV NON-MgRCUR I AL SEED TREATMENT 

PIONEER LIOUTO wFfO KILLER 2,4-D ESTER 80 

PFIZER MCPA ESTER 80 LTQUIO hEED KILLER 

PFIZER 2,4-0 ESTFR LTODIO WEEDKILLER CONCENTRATE 128 

MfTH-0-GAS. METHYL BROMIDE FUMIGANT 

BR()M.O*GAS# METHYL nPOMIDE FOMIGANT» WITH CHLORQPICRIN 

RH0M-0-GA8, METHYL BROMIDE CONTAINS 2X CHLOROPICBIN 

81-CAL TURF FUNGICIDE POwOER 

MFTfOR CEDARIZED MOTH BOMB PRESSURIZED SPRAY 

M.P, LINDANE TABLETS - FOR FUMIGATION 

POUDRE INSECTICIDE AU FLUORURE DE SODIUM 

LATERiS 5X ALDRT-N OUST (OR GRANULAR) INSECTICIDE 

LATER'S CHLOROPICRIN LIQUID SOIL FUMIGANT 

Cn-nP MERCURY 0,B, SEED TRFATmENT DUST 

8RAMC0 TOP KILLER SODIUM AR8ENITE SOLUTION 

GUARDSMAN PENITE 8 SODIUM ARSENITE SOLUTION 

128 BRUSHKILLER 20M-1TM EMUL8IFIABLE CONCENTRATE 

128 UE BRUSH KILLER OM-TM SOLUTION 

128 UE BRUSH KILLER 20M-1TM SOLUTION 

128 BRUSH KILLER DO-TM EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 

AS-90 WEED KILLER SOLUTION 

MCP 96 ESTER LIQUID HERBICIDE* CONTAINS MCPA 

SODIUM ARSENITE NO. 8 LIQUID POTATO TOP KILLER AND WEED KILLER 

ENDRIN EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

PFIZER BACKRURBER CONCENTRATE CONTAINS TOXAPHENE INSECTICIDE 

ANT-EX POWDER KILLS ANTS CONTAINS ANTIMONY TARTRATE 

SUN.X INSECT POmDER 

DRINOX A«34B LIQUID SEED TREATMENT INSECTICIDE CONTAINING 

ALOHIN 

BEE>NIP JET HORNET BOMB WITH DICHL0RV08 AND DIELDRIN 

DUAL*PURPOSE SEED PROTECTANT NON-MERCURY POLVRAM PLUS ALDRIN 

FUNGICIDE-lNSECTICIOF POWDER 

COOPER COOPER-TOX LIVESTOCK SPRAY AND DIP EC 

COOPER COOPER-TOX EXTRA OR COOPER HUG MANGE CURE 

COOPER BACK RUBBER CONCENTRATE 

ESSO MCPA ESTER-80 LIQUID WEEDKILLER 

E8S0 2,4-D ESTER-128 LIQUID WEEDKILLER 

VELSICOL • CELATOX HERBICIDE HEMP NETTLE KILLER CONTAINS 

MCPA AND 2,4,5>T 

OCHEMCO MCPA LIQUID WEED KILLER ESTER 80 

ACS 2,4»D ESTER 144 EMULSIFIABLE WEED KILLER 

BRUSH KILLER 21 1 128 LIQUID HERBICIDE 

LATER'S LIQUID POTATO TOP % VEGETATION KILLER CONTAINING 

SODIUM ARSENITE 

NATIONAL CHEMSEARCH OK-80 WEED KILLER SOLUTION CONTAINING 

SODIUM ARSENITE 

DOUBLE STRENGTH VINE KILLER NUMBER 8 

COM-KILL WEED KILLER CONTAINING SOOIUM ARSENITE 



"^ 



1088 



I 



O. Reg. 577/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3199 



lOuaa 


CHR 


MCM 


10a59 


INt 




10«t»9 


FHC 




10S19 


DEF 




lObla 


L*T 




I0t>30 


DIT 




IP#>02 


FMC 




106(16 


FXC 




10656 


INT 




10666 


CHP 




10669 


CMP 




10670 


CMP 




10666 


OIT 




106<»6 


SAF 




10703 


-RE 




10720 


PFF 




10721 


PFF 




10722 


PFF 




10755 


STF 




10766 


GCP 




10767 


ecp 




10766 


GCP 




10772 


L4T 




10773 


L*T 




1077a 


L*T 




10775 


8ML 




10624 


FMC 




1093a 


MCE 




10946 


H«C 




11047 


FEP 




11116 


GCP 




11244 


INT 




n2«5 


INT 




ItilO 


NIB 




11411 


SAF 




11504 


HEO 




11521 


INT 




llS2b 


CCA 




11552 


CHP 




11644 


FMC 




12066 


PFF 




12091 


PFF 




12095 


AVC 


KEM 


12096 


AVC 


KEH 


12097 


AVC 


KEM 


12096 


AVC 


KEH 


12106 


SAF 





FOPMULA F.20 RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE SOLUTION 

Cn-OP AERIAL SPRAY 2.a«0 ESTER 126 OZ, LIQUID HEED KILLER 

meCO-mCPA 64 HERBICIDE 

OE-FLV-ER LINDANE CHEMICAL REFILL FOR VAPORIZER USE 

LaTER'S 5t ALORTN RRANUL*" INSECTICIDE 

DDT 50 X PINK TRACKING POMHER ROOENTICIOE 

DOT 2.5 E SOIL INSECTICIDE EHULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 

DOT 50 wP INSECTICIDE 

CO-OP DOT 50 « M P INSECTICIDE 

CHIPMAN DDT 25 EMULSIFIED CONCENTRATE IMSECTICIOE 

CHIPMAN 50t OOT w.P. INSECTICIDE 

CmIPman 75X DDT mETTABLE P0"DER INSECTICIDE 

DOT 500 OUST CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

SANEX CHLOROPICRIN 

XAPOUFTTE GUEPEV INSECTICIDE PRESSURISE (DETRUIT LES 6UEPES ET 

LFS FRELONS) 

CAL8A DOT 50 t hFTTABLF POmDER INSECTICIDE 

CALSA S*75 MICRO-PARTICLE 75t DDT mETTABLE SPRAV POMOER 

INSECTICIDE 

CALSA 2,5 DOT EHULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

OOT 5 FLOWABLE INSECTICIDE 

GREEN CROSS 25X DOT EMULSION 

DDT 2,SE LlOiiIO INSECTICIDE CONCENTRATE 

50X POT METTABLE POaOER 

LATER'S 50X DOT METTABLE POMOER INSECTICIDE 

LATER'S 5X OOT DUST INSECTICIDE 

LATER'S 25X DOT E.C, INSECTICIDE 

DDT 25 ENULSIBLE CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

OOT 5 OUST INSECTICIDE 

MONTCLAIR TUSECT ROACH POMDER 

MAGNACIDE H (INHIBITED ACROLEIN HERBICIDE) 

FPC POACH POmOEP 

GREEN CROSS TOVAPHENF 60S EHULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 

POOL BRAND MCPA ESTER 10 LIOKID NEED KILLER 

POOL BRANO 2,4-0 ESTER 128 LIQUID MEED KILLER 

AFESIN-M LIQUID HERBICIDE CONTAINS HONOLINUROM, MCPA ESTER 

SanEX METHYL BROMIOE 

DOMESTIC PY INSECT KILIER DUST 

CO-OP ESTEJ>ON 99 C FARM hEED KILLER 

DIMECRON INSECTICIDE 

••CPA ESTER SO LIQUID mEED KILLER 

PRUSHKILLER 31 1 EHULSIFIABLE LIQUID L2B0Z, HERBICIDE 

MfTMYL BROMIDE FUMIGAMT 

MfTMYL BROMIOE TOBACCO PLANT BED FUHI6ANT 

AvITROL CO«N CHOPS 

AVITROL mhOLF CORN 

AVITROL CONCENTRATE FOR THE CONTROL OF CULLS 

AvITROL MIXED GRAINS 

AVITROL CORN CHOPS BAIT FOR CONTROL OF SPARR0M8 



1089 



3200 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 577/76 





l?i07 


SAF 






i??oa 


SAF 






t227<> 


3AF 






t^^77 


SAF 






1?3?<> 


SAF 






l?3iO 


SAF 






123«0 


8AF 






1?3<»5 


SAF 






1?3«« 


SAF 






13186 


AVC 


CHP 



AVITROL WMOLF CORN BAIT COKCfNTRATE FOR CONTROL OF PIGEONS 

SaNFX BOENTRAK 

SaNI-FiimE 70-30 

SAKI-FIIHE 70-30 

SAKFX M B-C2 SOIL FIJMIGANT 

SANFX DDT sot WP ARRICI'LTURAL INSECTICIDE 

DDT 2SX E.C, 

SANEX AVITROL SPARROW ^IX 

SANFX AVITROL PIGEON MIX 

AVITROL F,C, CORN CHOPS 



PESTICIDES THAT ARE CONTAINED IN FERTILIZER 



Registration 
Number under 
Fertilizer 
Act (Canada) 



2109 



Registrant under 
Fertilizer Act 
(Canada) 



CIL 



Pesticide 



Lawn Doctor 12-4-8 
1.00% chlordane 
1.75% chlorthal 
0.22% 2, 4-D amine 
0.11% mecoprop amine 
0.02% dicamba amine 



O. Reg. 577/76, s. 58, part. 



1090 



I 



O. Reg. 577/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3201 



SCMFPULF ? 



RE6- 










TS- 










TRA> 










TION 


9fGIS- 








HQ 


T94NT 




PFSTTCTOr 




00019 


r.cP 




GBFFN COOSS »9SFN*Tf OF LCiO INSECTICIDE 




00007 


CGC 




Bl *CK LF*r 40 TMSECTICTOE 1 lOUIO C0NT«|M8 MICOTTME 


SULPHATE 


0005* 


r-c 




LF»0 4B8FN4TF IHSECTTCTOE 




OOIOQ 


BBC 




F4TRWTEH GOPMFB.rOP 




00291 


G«C 




PICH4P0S eOPMFB POTSON rO«JT*T»«S 8T«»VCHNINE 




005SI* 


CHP 




CUTPM4N LF»0 »9«F<n«Tr TNSECTTCtOF 




00SI1 


CHP 




TNTPMiN MTCOTTi-F SMLPMATE flO CONTACT INSECTICIDE 




0OS15 


SAO 




S«Bt« CflPHFB PnTSOK CONTAINS STBYCHNINE 




00632 


C»H 




LIGHTwlNG GOPHER POISON COn-TAlNS STRYCHNINE 




00fc59 


"PC 


COO 


Tk-'SECTTN aBSFnTaTE or CALCIl* 




00786 


MPO 




NnBTHFRN ROPHFB POTSON (CONTAINS STRYCHNINE) 




00921 


FHC 




ELRFTOL l.TQUTO TNSFCTTPTOE-FnNGICIOE CONTAINS ONOC 




01082 


R*T 




PABTLFTT ABSr«,ATF OF LE*0 




010*3 


MBf 




RAPIO BUG "ILIFR 




01318 


Olio 




Oil PO^'T TFRSan 75 TmTBAH TiiRF FUNeiCIDE 




01340 


pte 




PTFO PIPER BOACnnCTOE 




0166a 


ROM 




OTTHANF 0-14 AGRTCl'LTliBAL FUnRTCIOE CONTAINS Hk%k* 




0168S 


5CP 




GRFFN CBflSS RiJC KIILFB ?X ARSENIC OUST 




01709 


6CP 




GPFEN CROSS BAST-COP Fii^cirl^F COPPER OXYCHLORIOE 




0177M 


m\9 


NOE 


NTOLAfc'O RAS-0-CTOE gas FIINTGANT 




02?9a 


CHP 




TRT-rnP "ETTARLF POHOFP COPPFB FUNGICIDE 




0?3?a 


OPH 




OnkFll>'F FB • 15 INHISTTFD SOIL FilMlSAMT 




0?a?S 


SMC 




0.0 SnlL FllMTGANT 




0?707 


onu 




npvFUNF FP"5 GRAIN FilMTGANT 




0298S 


CMP 




BF«.ESAN 50X LINOANF "FTTAHlE PO-OFR INSECTICTOE 




03116 


r,zf 




RP^FN CROSS LPN VOLATTIF 2,4,5-T ESTER •64» 




03132 


r»n* 




POfc GFNrRAL LIO'lTO OINOSFB HFKBICTOfc 




051S9 


6CP 




RPFFN CROSS P.H.A.S, TURF FUNGiriPF 




03162 


ecp 




GPFEN CROSS CHLORPANE B E,C. INSECTICIDE 




03195 


STF 




NF'iTRP COP 53 BASIC COPPER FllNGICIOE 




P3226 


L»T 




LaTFR'S COPPFP spray . TRIPASIC COPPER SULPHATE 




03267 


CMO 




PFNTA PBFSERV4TTVE COnCFNTbATF 




03328 


FMC 




LT»'OA<»E 25 NP InSFCTTCTOE 




033O1 


SML 




2,4-0 ♦ ?.4,5-T LIOl'TO RRUBHklLLER REGULAR 16 




03367 


r>On 




On«FU»F W-85 SOIL FUHI6ANT 




03026 


*MC 


*MI 


"FFOOwE LV-4 2,0-0 ESTFP WFFP KILLER LIQUID 




030*9 


Grp 




RRFEN CRrSS 25« LTNPANF nFTTaBLE POoOFR 




03501 


CL* 




PMAS.101 fLioiiIOl PHFNVL NFRroRIC ACETATE 




03528 


VlT 


VT» 


LFTHAIAIRE 6-57 AEOOSP' INSECTICIDE 




035fc2 


GCP 




GPFEN CRPSS BUNT-NO«MnRF POhPER 




03730 


prF 




CAi 8A 25t LInoakF NFTTABLE PPi*OER INSECTICIDE 




05709 


l»T 




I.ATfBtS 2.4-n ESTER LP" VOLATILE "FEDKlLLER 




05771 


CL» 




Pma8-1«» CLtOuTOI-PHFNYL ••FRruRV ACETATE 




05843 


DON 




nOMFllxF V VAULT FIIMICANT 




03870 


*-C 


k*\ 


-FFPONF E-ULSTFTABLE CONCENTRATE 




05926 


GCP 




GREEN CROSS FRAP ERAOTCANT FMN6TCI0E 




03959 


GOC 




A.K NPSS KTL 




059O2 


STF 




BHr 12-" AGBTC'l TUBAL TNSFrTTCTOf 




05959 


CMP 




ChTPman BRUShkTlLER 76 LOm VOLATILE 





1091 



3202 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 577/76 



m<»«>i 


CHP 




CM 


00019 


STE 




CM 


oaoa? 


8HL 




?, 


otiouo 


»HL 




2, 


oao97 


MFT 




MF 


oai67 


onw 




PR 


oo?«>? 


FMC 




NT 


0029S 


FMC 




M 


OtiS-fa 


»*L 




Pli 


0U36? 


GCP 




G9 


oa3<i9 


GCP 




r,R 


Oli<i?9 


PLK 




PI 


nuudt, 


FHC 




ST 


0«53S 


FMC 




ST 


OtiSAu 


TUC 




BT 


0U*.«1 


IM 




rn 


0U7t.3 


GCP 




GO 


0U77J 


MAL 




MA 


oa»R7 


STF 




rv 


n(i9<i9 


ALS 




Nn 


ouo»o 


CHP 




CM 


009P? 


I.AT 




1. A 


0/4985 


ALS 




NO 


nso«2 


HAH 


MCH 


TB 


nsnh« 


MAP 




CA 


o«;iou 


THP 




rn 


0519? 


GAH 


BAU 


"A 


ns?2o 


FPn 


FPC 


FB 


ns?3? 


LFO 




LF 


0S??7 


MPF 




MA 


osja? 


IK'T 




rn 


05i?l 


onw 




KM 


os3?u 


HPH 




RR 


05a3« 


PEF 




CA 


0SO7S 


HOH 




KA 


0SU77 


TLA 




SP 


OSSt I 


GCP 




GR 


nsSSh 


AL» 


►-CC 


PI 


o«;fctu 


nPM 




wp 


0S7«1 


L*T 




LA 


05706 


VAR 




Gil 


05801 


nti'j 




nil 


0600P 


SHL 




2. 


06002 


SML 




?. 


06000 


SWL 




SH 


06007 


9TF 




CA 


06120 


CHP 




CM 


06122 


8AF 




SA 



•TPMAN 2,o,s-T 7'> 
HLOROANF 9,6r F>«IJI 
,0,5-T LTQlJTO HRIJS 
,o-n«2,fl,5-T LTOiiT 
fTASOL APPLF SPRAY 
JFMfcOGC DIM09FB LT 
rAGARA2»0.S«T RRIIS 
fAGAPA CO»*»«FPCTAL 
'RIMA TNSFCT OIL r 
»FFM CROSS LTOliTD 
JFEN CROSS LOW VPI 

ANT PRODUCTS LTNO 
not PF KATFR SOLI" 
rNOX GFNPRAL A CON 

.' TREAT COMTATNS 

• OP BMLX FllMTGANT 
»FFN CROSS LOW VOLATTLF. 
ITI0»'AL TEN tFm 2,0-0 1 
rTHTOM 9,6 F PRFMTDM RR 
i«EFO ?,«-0 FSTFR 60 L 
•TPMAN 2,0-0 FSTER SO. 
ITFRIS ChLOPOAnF boo F, 

.fFFO 2,0-0 d 2,a,5-T 
»T-X BHANO FlIMTGANT 
IPMIN4TF TIIPF FI'NGTCTOF. 
iTPMAN ThTRAm SF-75 SFF 

AMO RODF^T RFPFLLENT 
iRk'OLO" lTnoanp spray 1 

KMKLIM Ll^OANF 20t FMII 

TTTP SPOTFilMF 50 KTLI S 

»CnP niNGTPTOE 52 PO" 

1-OP L.V. 2,0-0 ESTFP 6 

IRON WFFO Awn nPUSH KTL 

tkfr.n "flPuSH-KTi " L01 V 

H SA 20-0 LOrt VOLATTLF 
IPATHAMf WD AGPTCilLTIiRA 
JPTRFTE THI04M TURF FUN 
>FFN CROSS I nw vni ATILF 
TT? 10 PMA HF.RPTCTOF-F 
rpo-oANF FSTFR SO 2.0-0 
kTFR'S NTCOTINF SULPHAT 
i*RD8»"A^' SOOTNOC SOLIIBL 
PONT ARA8AN 75 THTRAM 
,0.5-T LTf^UTO RBUSHKTI L 
•n ♦ 2,0,5-T LTOUTO R 
-Fl I 2,0-0 WFFO KTLLFR 
IPTAN 75 8EF0 TRFATFR F 
(TPMAN NAPAM LTQMTD Fmn 
»NFX lOX LINOANF F.C, 



LOW VOLATTLE* WEED AND WRU8MKTLLER 
8IFTARLF I IQIITO INSECTICIDE 
HKILIFR LV 76.8 
ROiiSHKll LFR L.V. 76'.8 

, ORGANlr MERCURY FUNGICIDE 
QUTO t"EFD KILLER 
HKTI LFR WFED KILLER 
RRUSH KTLI ER WEFD KILLER 
ONCFNTRATF 

THTOGREFN FUNGICIDE (NABAM 22X) 
ATII F RRIJSHKTL 6« 

ANF 25 WETTA8LE POWDER INSECTICIDE 
BLE OINTTRO WEED KILLER 
TACT WEED KILLER CONTAINING 0IN08EB 
LINDANE 



WFEO-NO-MORE 
IHllIO WEED KILLER 
ADF MALATHION INSECTICIDE 
OW VOLATILF WEED KILLER 
LOW VOLATILE, LIQUID WEEDKILLER 

r. 

LOW VOLATILE ESTER BRUSMKILLER 

WETTABLE POWDER 
TREATMENT, TURF FUNGICIDE 

«X 

LSTFTABLE CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

CFRFAL infesting INSECTS 
DRF MODILLABLF A BASE OE CUIVRE 
1 IfJUTD WEED KILLER 
LER FMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 
PLATILE 60 

FSTER 96 LIQUID HERBICIDE 
L FUNGICIDE AND MITICIOE 
GICTOE POWDER 

2,0.0 ESTER 96 WEEDKILLER 
UNGlrlDF 

LTQUIO 
F 00 TN9ECTICIDF 
F POWDER 

SFEr PROTECTANT 
ER L'.V. 112 
RIISHKILLER L.V, 112 
ESTER L.V, 112 
OR SEED DISEASE CONTROL 
GICIOE 



1092 



O. Reg. 577/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3203 



0610" 


PMC 




06201 


MAP 




06?<IS 


TIIC 




06J?0 


MPL 




06330 


on«i 




06334 


cnn 


FPM 


06353 


STF 




06369 


F-C 




0637a 


RPH 




06020 


CYC 




0603? 


OPN 




06S?2 


»L» 


MC6 


06526 


»LS 




06528 


S«F 




06500 


KEH 




06582 


KfM 




06589 


TUC 




06629 


TUC 




06632 


8TF 




06650 


9TF 




0669H 


INT 




06718 


FMC 




06720 


FMC 




06726 


RAT 




06707 


MBV 




06753 


ouo 




06766 


RRH 




06829 


GCP 




06853 


GCP 




06857 


cyr. 


CMH 


06935 


TUC 




06950 


L»T 




06961 


9T0 




06987 


FIS 




06993 


CUT 


cus 


07015 


FUL 


GBE 


07021 


SAR 




07020 


"EA 




07036 


OHO 




07038 


DUO 




07000 


nno 




07002 


OHO 




07000 


DUO 




07106 


FMC 




07112 


MflL 




07126 


CT» 




07152 


8HL 




07150 


00« 




07175 


CMP 





F9T*9nL LV96 LTOMIft MFOnTCTOf 

KROMiO 89n*n»«PFCTRUM TIlOF FliNSJCinE 

ArTI.nTONE 5t TliRF FIINRTCinE POkOER 

R^NOOX FMULSTFTiBLF rnMCENTR*TE 

PSTEPPN 99 CnwCFixTRATF LIOmIO F*rm weed killer 

FliKGIOFX »iFTT»HlF POWOFP FuNRICIOE 

»PRTTfT 3a-66 FHMIfiANT 

MIAGARA N4B4M LTOUTO Fll»lGIC!r>e 

KFI TM4MP F.C". «<;RTeill-TitB*L MTTICTOE 

LTOUTO CVA^'iMIO. » GFNFR*L CONTACT t»EEO KILLER 

Tri ONF LTODIO SOTL FIImTS»NT 

•TMIR»m 75" rilNGTCTOE FnR ROI F AND L*XN TURFS 

nn.wfcr LO" VOLATILE 2.0-0 ERTER 80 WEED KILLER 

6S'.5 CMLOROANf F.c'. iNSECTTCTOf 

KFM.6P4IN FUMTGANT 

KFM-Si'PC-KlLL MACHTi^FRV FIJmIRANT 

PHrSBATT "DUSF 8»TT, C'JTATNS 2INC PHOSPHIDE 

BhTLOTnS I»iSFCT on COWCENTRATE 

TRTTMIOM 25 HP TNSFCTTrtOE *r»RICIOE 

TRTTMION a FlowaBLF TNSFCTTCTnE"*C*RTCIDE 

COOP I Ot. VOLATILE "PUSH KILLFP. 60 LIQUID HEED KILLER 

KTARARA 2|t I TOUIO ARIISH AMD NEED KILLER 

PPEMMM RpiiSH AnO wFEO KlLlEP HITH 2,a>0 AND 2,a,S>T 

PARTLF7T FIXFO COPPER FUN6TCT0E SRR*V POKOER 

Fmrutox F 2fa-0P PiiTVL FSTFR SELECTIVE mEEOKILLER 

Oh POMT THYLATf THIRAM FUNRlrlOF 

poAMcn malatmion IM9FCTICI0E inoo 

RRFEN CROSS LOM VOIATTIF BRUSH KIL 'R6' 

GRFEW CROSS SOIL K4RF (MVLPNF) GRANULAR FUMISANT 

CO-PAL 25« HFT7ARLE POnOER AmTHAL INSECTICIDE 

APTI-OIONF R7 AnTIRIPTTC ThRF FUN6ICT0E 

LATFR'S PFNTACH|.PROPME««OL WOPO PRESERVATIVE 1 TO 10 

STAN-CMfM 2*0-0 ESTER I on vOlATILE 80 WEFD KiL 

FISON'S PRI^ATOI. 9 BRAMD OF 9IMA2INE SOW 

K.R.S. FOR HOPSFS ifTLLS SCPEH HORMS AND MAGGOTS 

FhLRPF FUL^Eir MICOTINF FHMIGATOR 

sarm lo-volattif 2.0-p weedkiller 
hefofk "onder sttk 2,4-0 mfeokiller 

OH POi-T KARMfir niHROM wtFO KILLER 

OU RO«JT TFIVAR MONiiRpw KFEP KILLFR 

OH PONT OVBAR FFNUOQN MEED AND BRUSH KILLER 

OU PONT KLOBFN mEBhROn wEEO kILLER 

OU PONT TRVSBEN 200 6ENFRAI hEEO KILLER 

NTCOTTNE SULPHATF TMSECTICIOF 

RAH'OO" GRANULAR SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 

THIHER WETTABLE POmDEP TURF FUNGTCTOf 

2,0-0 LIOUIO MFFOKTLLFR ESTEP L.V, 00 

OOmFUHE EB-5R SPOT FHmtgANT 

ThTOOAN 2 EHiJLSTFlABLE CONCENTRATE INSECTICIOC 



1093 



3204 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 577/76 



nrj<»o 


TUC 




07210 


STF 




072?« 


f>LG 




07227 


now 




0723«> 


MBV 




07311 


CHG 


CHH 


075St 


MOL 




07379 


PLG 




0739a 


PFF 




07598 


rwG 


CHH 


07aoi 


SAN 




07aou 


MRE 




07«10 


FT3 




07U17 


MBE 




07«2« 


FMC 




07U«2 


CHV 




07508 


AMC 


AMI 


07525 


RPO 




0752-? 


INT 




07527 


TNT 




07580 


*L9 




07599 


CHP 




07658 


L*T 




07660 


8RH 




076«2 


FMC 




07701 


NAP 




07737 


DTB 


OIA 


07803 


now 




07817 


PFO 




078U8 


FMC 




07853 


8TF 




07882 


CHU 


CHH 


07884 


CHG 


CHH 


07897 


INT 




07899 


CHP 




07932 


CHG 


CHH 


0793tt 


CHG 


CHH 


07962 


ROH 




07967 


OOw 




08002 


TUC 




08021 


CVC 




08022 


LAT 




0802a 


BAT 




08056 


CHG 


CHH 


08072 


GCP 




08080 


CHG 


CHH 


08082 


CHG 


CHH 


08oea 


CHG 


CHH 



RTN FUME RPATN FDMTGANT 

PFNTA 10-1 CONCFK'TOATF WODD PRF9ERVATIVE SOLDTTON 

NTCriTTNf PRES8II0E FUMTCATOBS 

VFRTTFIiMF GRAIN FIJMTGAWT SnLHTlON 

^FRSTL TMBF FDNRICTOF WFTTA8LE POWDER CONTAlNINe 

MERCURY 9ALT9 
GllTHT^N 3t niJST CRnP INSFCTtrTDF 

AVADEX fOIALlATF) SEI.ECTIVF HERBTCIOP WILD OAT KILLER 
CpMCFNTPATF LlOllin PLANT CHICKKEEO KILLER 
CA18A 2,a,5-T 96 l'.V. liquid 8RU8HKILLER 
nFXON 70« WETTA8LE POwnpR «EFD FUNGICIDE 
8ANFAX WK.82 HFBHICIDE FOR CONTROL OF WOODY PLANTS 
HFR8E A LA PUCF FT HFPBICIOE 6a L.V, 
FTSONS DIA7IN0N 25F (AGRICULTURAL) INSECTICIDE 
ARSFNIATE OE PLOMR "MARQUETTF" INSECTICIDE 
THTODAN 50 wp TNSCfTTCTDE fONTAINS CNOOSUL^AN 
ORTHO DIBROM TNSECTICIDF EMUL8IFIABLE CONCENTRATE 
LV-80, 2,a»D E8TFP WFEO KI| LFR 

BRADFORD LIOIITD CYANAmto, REMFRAL CONTACT WEED KILLER 
CO-OP L.V, 2,0-D ESTER 112 LIQUID wEFD KILLER 
CO-OP L.V, BRUSH KILLER It? f2,tt-D ♦2,a,5»T) 
PFNTA-CHEM WOOD PRFSFRVATIVE 10 > 1 
GAMMASAN DRILL BOX SFFD TREATMENT POWDER 
LATER'S CLQVFR R CHICKWEED KILLER 
BRAMCO BRiiSH-KIi L"W VOL*TILF 96 0? (50/50 MIX) 
W4XED MOUSE BAIT 2 CONTAINS ?INC PHOSPHIDE 
VORLFX LIQUID SOIL FUMIGANT 

CROP RIVFB,2,U-n TF9RA GRANULAR HERBICIDE 
VTDOEN A SOIL FUMIGAMT SOLUTION 
PF^'CO aqUaThoi aOUaTIC wEEO kILLFR LIQUID 
NIAGARA ETHlOKi 25 WETTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 
TBITHION 10 GRANULAR ORGANIC PHOSPHATE SOIL INSECTICIDE 
MFTA-9Y9T0X-R SPRAY CONCENTRATE SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 
DT-9YST0N GRANULAR SYSTEMir INSECTICIDE 
CO-OP I V FSTFR BRU8HKILLER 60 

CHTPMAN ?,a-D BUTYRIC 60 SELECTIVE , WEEDK ILLEP 
BAY 20093 SPRAY CONCENTRATE ORNAMENTAL INSECTICIDE 
BAY 29093 WETTABLE POwrtER ORNAMENTAL INSECTICIDE 
DTTHANE A-00 AGRICULTURAL FUNGICIDE 
F!|MA?ONE TOE - SOIL FUMIGANT 
ACTI-DTONF THTRAM TURF FUNGICIDE 

CYTHION LIQUID GRAIN PROTECTANT CONTAINING MALATHION 
LATER'S CALCIOE VEGETATION KILLER 
BARTLETT MOUSE BAIT CONTAINS ZINC PHOSPHIDE 
CO-RAL 5. OX DUST POULTRY INSECTICIDE 
GREEN CROSS LINDASAN CnMBlK'ATION SEED TREATMENT 
BAYTFX 25« wpTTABLF POWDER INSECTICIDE 

BAYTFX SPRAY COMCENTRATE INSFCTICIDE CONTAINS fENTHION 
BAYTEX SPRAY CONCENTRATE BARN INSECTICIDE 



1094 



1 



O. Reg. 577/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3205 



o»onh 


THG 


CMM 


OHO'O 


fMG 


CHH 


0P0«5 


PFF 




P(»0«<» 


FMC 




08ta». 


CHO 




08l5n 


CHO 




oaifcS 


L*T 




OB?ni 


»fk 




nn??? 


ana 




0M?3e 


rnP 




OA?aH 


CMP 




08255 


nox 




oe?5« 


POM 




0I>277 


CVC 




0«J09 


SHL 




OM^ll 


»L3 




0»??8 


HRM 




0«iS5 


TUC 




08572 


L*T 




0»57u 


CUT 


CII9 


09009 


CYC 




oeo?5 


SHt 




08051 


npw 




0»a55 


F^C 




0Ba57 


FMC 




0«a95 


UAF 




0X095 


•JAP 




opsoa 


CYC 




08SU5 


PFF 




0«5fl7 


PFF 




08575 


FIS 




0858? 


FTS 




0860a 


SHL 




08609 


no- 




08(<1 t 


on* 




08651 


VFL 




08655 


FTS 




08657 


niio 




08651 


*LS 




0S65a 


CHD 




08655 


»NC 


»MI 


08656 


CMO 




08657 


N»C 




08661 


CHP 




08662 


FMC 




08665 


FMC 





EMTElt 9PP»V COWCENTPATF PCP TN9ECTICTDF 

FNTFX on. SOLUBLE rONCFMTRjTF PCO INSECTICIDE 

r*| 9A 8PMSMKTLL hO LOU VOLiTTLf 

8BM9WKTLLFP I V 96 wFFnKllLF" 

CMAPMtb PERHATOX 1 n-9 

CMlPHiW PfMT* NP COMCCMTR*TE 1-5 

LiTFR'S MTTF Kill FP 

NFFOEX CLOVER % CMTCKwPEn MAP CHEMICAL nEFnKILLER WITH rENOPROP 

BOZ-SFAL-TOX PS-?5 CLFAP VARkISM SEALER 

CMTPM4N ThIOPAN 50« t<FTTA9lE PO-nEP INSECTICIDE 

CHIPMAN THiOrtAN 50X KFTTARIE POWDER INSECTICIDE 

?,0«D LOl. VOLATILE 6a FARM HFEnKTLLER 

KFLTWANF »P iSRICUl TDRAI mtTTCIDE w,P, 

CVRON a-F EHHLSTFIARLF cnNfE»'TPATF INSECTICIDE 

VAPpNA 20 E,C. TN9FCTTCT0E CONTAINS OTCHLDRVOS 

ACS "J.a.S-T" lOM VOLATILE BPUSH KILLER 

BPAMCn NFmAGOn 10, 5E soil fumICAnT 

fipAiN euApn LTOiiin cnMrENTPATE contains MALATHION 

LATFP'S MALATHION 1000 E.c'. INSECTICIDE 
K.R.S. FOP HORSES rONTPOLS SCREW WORMS AND MAGGOTS 
THINET lOX GRANULAR SY9TFMTC INSECTICIDE 
2,0.0 ♦ 2,0,S«T LltJ'tin HPll«HiiInER L.V. 96 
E9TFR0N 5-5E FARM AND TnOijsTRIAL weed and brush KILLER 
POMOGREEN OUST FOP IN9FCT9 AND DI9EA9E9 
TBFF ANO SHRIIR OUST IN9FCTICT0E 
■SUMMIT" LOW VOLATILE ?,a-p ISO-OCTYL E3TER 64 
Summit low vOI ATUF 80 FmijlSTFTABLE weed KILLER 
CYRON FMULSIFTAPl E CONCENTRATE HOPPER KILL 
C*LSA BRliSMHtLL 76.8 LOW VOLATILE • A LIQUID BRUSHKILLER 
C*L8A ?,o,5-T T6*.8 LOW VOLATILE BRUSH KRLEH 
FT90NS 0TA7IN0N sow 

HpppFR.TOy 6a niMETHOATE INSrCTICTOE 
8HFLL AA son DRENCH 
ZFrTRAH 25« IN9FCTTCI0E 
7FCTRAN 2F IN9FCTICI0F 
VFISICOL BANVFI LIOUTD HERBICIDE 
FTS0N9 OESATPP RRA»<D OF SI»A7INE 50W 
Du PO>'T HYVAR t BROMACTL GENERAL WEED KILLER 

CALMIx PELIETS NO.? WEED KTLIER ANO SOIL STERILANT CONTAINime 
8RPMACIL AND 2,0-0 

TIMPRF6 PAK POL-NU TVPF GROUND LINE POLE TREATMtNT 
BANDAGE 

amizimf wfttable powder a gfneral weedkiller 
tikprfg pol-nu typf prf9frvative grease containing 

sodium fluopiof. crf090tf an 
national chem9farcm chfme9tep 125 herbicide 

CPAMOXONE LlOiiln HFRBinOE WITH WETTING AGENT 
NIAGARA CHLOROANE 8-E IN9ECTTCIDE 
MOROCIOE 50 WFTTABLE POWDER MITICIOE 



1095 



3206 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 577/76 



08601 


FT9 




0*«>9B 


JUD 


FMC 


08737 


POP 




0A7«1 


CHV 




08789 


8T0 




0«79« 


MFT 




08803 


PFO 




08813 


fIL 




08«2fc 


*RE 




08829 


FMC 




08HS6 


FMC 




08885 


SCP 




08899 


CMP 




08901 


CHP 




08903 


CHP 




08928 


PIU 




08929 


CHP 




08938 


LEO 




n89S9 


PFF 




n89(>U 


FMC 




08981 


GCP 




09000 


FT8 




09002 


FTS 




09003 


OOtt 




o9ooa 


FTS 




09005 


nnw 




09007 


onw 




09015 


FTS 




090a5 


GCP 




09051 


L»T 




0906? 


DU'O 




09072 


8HL 




09073 


ELA 




0907a 


RAL 




09080 


FMC 




091*18 


NAC 




09152 


CHP 




09157 


AMC 


AMt 


09161 


MIJS 


CRS 


09163 


CMG 


CMH 


09188 


GCP 




092«7 


HCC 




09267 


LAT 




09268 


PFF 




09269 


FMC 




09283 


GCP 





Sf TGr SNTP Fl V RANDS 

HTIIER KAKiF KAPTRTDGES FOR CPABGRASS 

PnnLT^'S GOPHER nnpM ltouto 

ORTWO niRROM cOwrFNTRATF NpN.EMiiLSIF T ARLF TN8ECTICI0E 

STANHARO PFNTA CPNCENTRATE 1-10 wnOR PRESERVATIVE 

GALLO-PRENCH RPPFMHOHSF SOTL DRENCH 

PlTRTHANf F-U FLOWABLF rONCFNTRATF IN8ECTICI0F 

l«TLSON»S 9VSTFMTC TNSErTTCTOF GRANdLES CONTAINING 0I8ULF0TAN 

WiCO MALATHTON GRAIN PPnTECTANT 

RAROENALL 8PRAV FOR INSECTS AND DISEASES 

THIRAM 75 WP TliPF FUNRTtlDF 

CPFFN CROSS KTL-MOR BANVEL 3 I lOHID HERBICIDE CONTAINS OICAMBA» 

2,«»n ANO MFrOPROP 

rHTPM4N BRUSMKTLLER 96 

CHTPMAM 2,U,5.T 96 WEED ANn PRUSHKILLER 

CHTPMAN 2,0-f> ESTER 96 ITOnTD -lEFDKIlLER 

PROTFXALL GRANKi AR SVSTFMir INSECTICIDE CONTAINING 0I8ULT0T0N 

SAVFOS 70 D.P, wFTTARLF POWDfR SVSTEMit INSECTICIDE CONTAINING 

M^NAZON 

LFTTTF ACRTLO FliMTGANT 

CAI SA 9h I ,V'. RRIISHKTIIFR ? TO 1 MIX 

GOPHER PPiSOw CONTAINS STRVC^NINE 

GRFEN CROSS THinOAw 50 >«,P'. INSECTICIDE 

FT90NS DTAZTnON 50 E C (AGPlrHLTMRALl 

FI80NS DTA7IN0N SOS fOTL SOLUTION) 

TriRPOM lOK SYSTFMTC HFRPICTPF 

FT80NS DIA7TNnN 50F rTNOUSTRTAL) 

TflRDON 22k wFFDkTLIER SOLUTION 

TOROO^ 101 MIXTURE SVSTEMIC PRUSHKILLER SOLUTION 

FT80NS PPTMATOI. RRAMO OF PPOMfTONE 25F FOR WEED CONTROL IN 

INOIISTPY 

GrFFN CROSS low VOLATIt F 2,u,5«T ESTER 96 

LATER'S lOK' VOLATIlE HPHSH KILLER 80 

Dm PONT HVVAR x.ws RROMACll GENERAL WEED KILIE« 

NEMAGON 130 F.C. son FliMlpANT 

ELANCO nVMlD ROW* rONTAI^'lKiG PIPHFNAHIO-A SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 

CVRON tt.E FMiiLSIFIARLF CONCEMRATE 

thtooan ttE iMSErTiriDE 

NATIONAL CHEMSEARCH C-A-0 . FUNGICIDE 

CHTPMAN n.L SFEO TRfATMFNT 

AMCHEM FFnAC Ll'JIIlrt 

M«ro FliNfilCIOF VX FOR OTSEASFS IN MUSHROOM CR0P8 

OFVPN 35t wETTAPlE POWDER TURF AND SOIL FUNGICIDE 

GPFEN CROSS nORMANT AND LAWN SPPAV 

MrCLELLANP'S I INDANE lot FMUISIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 

LATER'S GOPHER POI«0N « CONTAINS STRYCHNINE 

CAI SA RRDSHKTIL 96 LOW VOLATILE ESTERS 

TMTRALTN RAPE AMD MIJSTARD SFFP TREATMENT 

GRFEN CROSS PCL DUAL PURPOSE SEED THERTMENT POWDER CONTAINS 



1096 



O. Reg. 577/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3207 



092B7 


rnc 


09291 


CMS 


09327 


DOW 


09532 


L»T 


09JJ7 


CVC 


093«2 


*LS 


093«7 


rwc 


09355 


8MU 


09362 


fIS 


09377 


CLI 


09582 


PFF 


09398 


CHG 


09«l04 


CPR 


09U15 


»MC 


09025 


HAT 


09427 


PLC 


09428 


CHG 


09029 


GCP 


09439 


FMC 


09500 


GCP 


09505 


CMP 


09506 


PFF 


09510 


MBY 


09524 


L*T 


09526 


MET 


09551 


PFO 


09560 


DOW 


09561 


PFF 


09569 


L»T 


09570 


CHG 


09575 


iVH 


09577 


FMC 


09580 


MET 


09581 


FMC 


09587 


*L8 


09606 


VFL 


09621 


FMC 


09623 


LIE 


09625 


OLH 


09629 


CMO 



CHH 



8RP 
CHH 



NCM 
»MI 



CHH 



0T»ZIN0^, C»PTA«g AND LTNOAnE 

«HC 12 LETTABLE POWDEP I*ISFCTICIDE 

META-SVSTOX.R SYSTEMIC SPRAY CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

TpROON BEADS HEPRICIOE xEED »N0 BRUSHKILLBR 

LATER'S LINDAMF 20 E.C". INSECTICIDE 

MALATHION LV COmCEnTRATF INSECTICIDE 

CALHIif PELLETS NO. 5 WEED KlILER AND SOIL 8TERILANT 

NIAGARA CYGON a,8E INSFCTTClDE 

2,4-0 LIQUID WEEDKTLLEP ESTEP L.V, 96 

6F9AGAR0 CONTAINS GEI6Y PRPMETRYNE FOR SELECTIVE NEED CONTROL 

In carrots and potatoes (50X t» 

PF'FIIME LlfUTD FUMTGANT 

PFIZBB CYGON DIMETHOATE «E INSECTICIDE 

GUTHTON iNSECTiriOF SPRAY POK'CENTRATE FOR HOME GARDEN USE 

CONTAINS AZINPHOS-METMYI 

FORMULA GH-20 AN INSECTICIDE FOGGING SOLUTION 

AMrHEM PHENOX • LIOUID HEHBiriDE 

MASTER BUILDING INSECT OR 

PLANT FOG 8ULF0TEP THERMAL FrCGlNG SOLUTION 

CP-BAL EMULSTFIABLF CONCENTRATE LIVESTOCK INSECTICIDE CONTAINS 

CniJMAPMos 

GREEN CROSS DRILLBOX BUNT«nO»MORE PONDER CONTAINS 

HEXACHLOROBEnZEnF ANO CAPTaN 

BRUSMKILLEP 111 - llOUin HERBICIDE 

GREEN CROSS DRILL SDK DCL tONTAININC DIAZINON, LINDANE AND 

CAPTAN 

CHTPMAN B>5 DUAL PURPOSE INSFCTICIDE-FUN6ICI0E SEED 

TREATMENT CONTAINS DTAZInOn, 
PFIZER BRUSHKILL *« LOn VOI ATILE-A BRUSHKILLER 
"UCTRIL SELECTIVE wEE0"»TLLFR FOR USE IN SPRING 

MHEAT. BARLEV, OATS AND FLAX 
LATERIS MVBOR.n.GRANULAR SOU STERILANT CONTAINING 

BORAX, BROMACIl AND 2,<i-D 
MFTASOL -lO LIQUID PHENYL MERCURIC ACETATE CRAB6RASS KTLLEK 
ARiiATHOL PLUS GRANULAR AQUATIC HERBICIDE 
ESTERON LV 9* FARM AND INDUSTRIAL WEEDKILLER 
PFIZER 2,4-0 LOM VOLATILE 96 ESTER LIQUID WEED KILLER 
LAYER'S PMA . CRABRRAS9 KILLER 

BAYTEX LIQUID CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE CONTAINS FENTHION 
FINTROL R-5 GRANULAR FISH TOXICANT (ANTIMYCIN) 
PFRTHANE 4,8 E.C'. INSFrTICIOE 
THIRAM T5« m'.P. turf FUNGICIDE 
ESTAPROP LV LIQUID NEEDKlLlER 
NO-MEED LPM VOLATIiE LIQUI" MEED KILLER 
VEI SICDL BANVEL 5 LIQUID HERBICIDE 
THIRAM 75 SEED FUNGICIDE DiiST 
TlN-BFR-LDX FUNGICTOFD MOOD PRESERVATIVE 
OCMEMCO LOM VOLATIIE 2.«-D ESTER 96 LIQUID MEED KILLER 
MEED-FREE 6, GRANULAR NON-sEI ECTI VE GRASS AND VINE 



1097 



3208 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 577/76 



0Q6tt6 

0«fcSl 

09T53 
0O761 
0O763 
0P7«U 
0978% 
097«6 
09787 
09807 
09816 
09829 
0983} 

0983S 
098S6 

09S70 
09«7t 
09873 

09879 
0988S 
0989a 

09896 
09907 

09916 
09918 
0993a 
09940 
099a5 
09964 
09984 

inoio 

10030 
10031 
10032 
10045 

10047 
10060 
10069 
10086 
10093 



FMC 

*MC 

L*T 
OCH 
PLC 
DOW 

now 
now 
nnx 

IWT 
FMC 
NAP 

NIB 
HES 

AMC 
»LH 

PLG 

SUM 

VAR 
FMC 

ecp 

6CP 

AMC 

PLG 
PLG 
PFF 
STF 
OIT 
CHV 
CRR 
SML 
FT9 
NAP 
HBC 
GCP 

COO 
VAR 

IMP 

USB 
MBE 



»MI 



OLH 



Lfl 
*MI 



MCG 



8HH 



AMI 



MCM 



CBU 



fILLER 
POl VRAM ■ C TURF FlINGTCTDC WFTTABLf POWDER WITH 

CADMIUM 
AMCHEM BBPMINAL FMi)L8IFI*BlE WEED KILLER 
ESTFRON FARM AND IWDUSTRIAI WEED AND BRU8H KILLER 
LATER'8 PREMIijM WEFD AMD PAVE SOLUTION 
OPWEMCO LOW VOLATIIE 24-D FSTER 80 LIQUID WEED KILLER 
PLANTCO TIJRF AND SOIL FuNGTCTDE CONTAINS 35X DEXON w.P, 
96 BRII9HKILLFR JOO-ITO 

112 BRUSH KIUER 00 EM(iL8IFI ABLE CONCENTRATE 
112 BRUSHKILIER DO-TO 
1 12 BPUSHKlLLfP TO 

CO-OP CVGON uFr • CONTAINS DTMETHOATE INSECTICIOf 
MUSHROOM HOUSE FUNSTCTDF 
VORLEX 201 PRFPI ANT SOIL FiiMTGANT 

LINAZTNE w. PBE-FmfrgEmT HFRPICIOE CONTAINS LINURON AND 
ATRA7INE 

RFNTOKTL ALPHAKIL OUTCK HUMANE MOUSE KILLER 
BROMINIL-M-EMULSIFTABLF wefOKILLER • A FORMULATION OF 

PROMOXVNiL AND MCPA ESTERS 
CAPFX LIQUID rADMIilM TliRF FUNGICIDE 
PlANTCO TmRF FUNRiriOE 

FLORA-FOe OITHIONE GREFNHOUSF FOGGING SOLUTION CONTAINING 
SUITOTEP 

GUARDSMAN 50« OvEX WFTTABLF POWDFR MITICIDE 
BRU8HKILLFR It 1 LV 112 LIOUTO HERBICIDE 

GRFFN CROSS PES-0 NON.MfRCuRT AL SEED DISINFECTANT POWDER 
CONTAINS HEXACHl 0R0BEN7ENE, TA 

GREEN CROSS y<iX THIRAM WETTABLF POWDER FOR TURF DISEASES 
AOIU.KLEEN 2ft GRANULAR. A 2,4.0 WEEDKILLER FOR CONTROLLING WATER 
WEEDS 

Pi ANTFUMF LINDANE SMOKF FUMlRATORS (PELLETS) 
PLANTCO SVSTFMTc INSECTICIDE 
CAL8A CHEM.COP 53 FUNGTCTOF 

PFRTHANE 4.E EHIILSTFIARLE 1 lOUIO INSECTICIDE 
LTNDANF IftX FHULSIFIABI.E LTOulO INSECTICIDE 
ORTHO DIFOLATAN a.« FLOWABl.E SUSPENSION FUNGICIDE 
FORMULA GH-Sl A MITICIDE FOGrlNG SOLUTION 
SHELL PIRLANF iNSErTTCTOE lOX GRANULES 
FISONS GE8APRIM BRAND OF ATRAZINE BOW 
PANORAM ppx fOMBTNATION DRILl BOX SEED TREATMENT 
CVRON 4.E SYSTEMIC INSFCTirlOE 
6REFN CROSS DRILLBOX LINPASAn COMBINATION SEED TREATMENT 

contains captan and lindane 

cooper water sniuble rat and mouse killer powder 

Guardsman fstfR brmshkii lep 

esso 2,4.d lv.80 liquid wefokiller 

htbor c granular weeo and grass killer 

MARQUETTE TMTRAm 75 DESIMFECTANT 



1098 



O. Reg. 577/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3209 



1009a 


CHV 




10100 


CCP 




10103 


PLG 




lOtOtt 


CCP 




10123 


t»rF 




101«2 


CHP 




lOia^ 


usn 


CBU 


101«6 


OTT 




mia? 


DIT 




lOiae 


DIT 




10157 


*LS 




10158 


»L8 




inifel 


ALS 




10163 


V«R 




10175 


CMS 


CHH 


10177 


CMC 


CMH 


10185 


CMP 




10190 


r>*c 




10197 


PfF 




10210 


noM 




10215 


CMP 




10216 


PfO 




10217 


INT 




1^220 


BOM 




10250 


VEL 




10251 


c»v 




10207 


CCP 




102U9 


CMC 


CMH 


10257 


L»T 




1027* 


PTS 




10277 


US 




10501 


USB 


C«U 


10305 


CVC 




10506 


CFR 




10522 


MHV 




1052U 


Krw 




10530 


F-C 




10551 


nuQ 




10512 


FT8 




10339 


CHP 




10557 


8ML 




10559 


FMC 




|oa02 


L*T 




10050 


»PP 





Rl'X TFN RQANULAR IMSfCTIClnE 

GPFFW CROSS TMToniPg a TNSECTTCtnE A 

PL*MTFUME *ZnREw2CNF MTTTCTOF SMOKE FUMie«TOP ^ 

CPFEN cpnss even** aE svsTEMir insecticide 

C«1S« 22X N*P»M LIQUID FUNGICIDE 

CvfiPN a«E EHiii STFUBLF C0MCE>JT9»TE 

fTLLPOhEP. NFw IMPROVED GR*NiiL»R UPE*BOP 

FFNTHTON 50E FM|)L8TFT*"LE I IRUIO INSECTICIDE 

FF^TMION 508 nTL CONCFNTPiTE IMSFCTICIOF 

TmIOFEN FPCGTHC oil CnigCENTRiTE CDNTAINS FENTHtDN AND 

LFTM4WE INSECTICIDES 

*rs LV 112 LOW V0L»TILF 2,«,5-T BRUSH KILLER 

*C9 LV 120 EM!iLSTFT*«LF BRuSH KRLER 

*CS 2.«-0 LOW VOLATILE ESTFR 112 MEED KILLER 

GU«ROSH*N ESTFR 80 wFEDKlLlER 

GUTHION 2« DUST INSECTtrlOE CONTAINS A2INPH08-METHYL 

D*9»NtT 15* RRANMLAR TK'SFCTIrlDE • NEMATOCIOE 

TMTODAN a INSECTTCTDF 

TANREX 80 •» MERBICIOE mETT*BLE POWPER 

CALSA TMlBiM 75 iifn FiiNGirirsE DUST 

TnROON 212 MTXTURE WEEDKILI EP SOLUTION 

CHTPM4N BRUShkTLLER 112 CONTAINING LOU VOLATILE 

MFRRTCIOE 273 LTOUTD 

Co-op l.v. 2.a-n ester 96 Linuin need killer for atr 

APPLICATION 

K*R*Tm»kE I ,C. AGRICULTURAL FUNGICIDE AND MITICIOE 

BFLT I lOUTD TNSFCTICIDE 

j^p FORMULA 777 - MEED KILIER • NON-SELECTIVE TYPE 

OM*L PURPOSE RES O". 

GOPMACIDF O.Lt BAIT ROOENTTCIDE 

LATER'S "EEOKILLER LOm VOLATILE 2,«"D ESTER 80 Ot , 

FISONS DRILL B0» SEED TREATMFNT 

BiSdOIN BRAt-n nf DHZINON-i UDANE-CAPTAN INSECTICIDE 

FliNRTCIOE ORILLBOX SEED TRFA 
BIOBOB ,! F A LlOUIO BTOCIOF 

LIQUID CVAN4MTD 50 CENFRAL CONTACT WEEDKILLER 
L.T.F. LIOUlO TURF FUNGICIDE CONTAINS CADMIUM CHLORIDE 
ZOLONE 30t PmoSALOnE INSECTICIDE FOR FRUITS 
RTf^DEX CYTMIPN GRAIN PROTECTANT INSECTICIDE 
BnBOO SPRAV HFTTABLE PO-<DEP FUNGICIDE CONTAINS COPPPER 
OxrCMLORIOE 

Lvf LIQUID VEGETATION KILLER 

POIMATOL A 80 CONTAINS ATRaZINE • mETTABLE POMOER HERBICIDE 
FnB WEED CONTROL IN INDUSTRY 

MFRGAMMA N-M nPTLL BOX DUAI PURPOSE SEED TREATMENT 
20« VAPONA iNSEPTiriOF RESIN GRANULES 
FURAOAN 10 GPANiiLAP INSFCTICIOE 

LATER'8 LIQUID PURACIDF-ORGANIC MERCURY FUNGICIDE 
ASSAULT LIQUID VFGFTATTON kULER 



1099 



3210 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 577/76 



10433 


CBR 


10a39 


o" 


loa56 


CMC 


loas? 


CHG 


lOUSfl 


GCP 


10a67 


NIM 


10«96 


GCP 


105t« 


MOL 


10525 


cvc 


10531 


CMP 


10532 


cvc 


10536 


FMC 


10538 


IDE 


105«0 


KEM 


1O50U 


FMC 


10561 


BOS 


1056<i 


N*C 


10569 


8*r 


10606 


STF 


1O609 


8TF 


10610 


8TF 


10612 


CUT 


10616 


NAP 


10622 


V*fi 


10628 


nuQ 


10637 


oow 


106OO 


PLC 


10660 


!NT 


106*1 


INT 


10662 


INT 


10665 


CHV 


10666 


FMC 


10667 


GCP 


10673 


oni* 


10676 


PLG 


10693 


DIT 


1069a 


niT 


10695 


f TS 


10702 


GCP 


10716 


CHP 


10732 


V»P 


10753 


8HL 


10776 


CHG 


10783 


PFF 


10791 


FIS 


10796 


ANA 



MCN 



CHH 
CHH 



cus 



CHH 



FOOHUL* Mn.?3 . FHiiLSIFIAHLE CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

CONTAINED NALfn 

OlJBSBAN M EM(IL8TEIA8LE TNSFCTICinE 

TTRIIVPN SPRAY CONCENTRATE ANTMAL INSECTICIDE 

TlGUVriN POUR-ON CATTLE INSECTICIDE CONTAINS FENTMION 

6RFEN CROSS AMINE WEED KILIER LIOUTO CONTAINS OINOSEB 

GAfliM. 3 CARTRIOGESt KTLLS MOLES. GOPHERS AND GROUND SQUIRRELS 

GRFEN CROSS GALFCRON 50 EC HTTICIDE AND INSECTICIDE 

LASSO EMULSIFIABLE CONrFNTRATE WEED KILLER 

*CCOTHION 8 E.C, INSECTICIDE CONTAINS FENITROTHION 

BOREA X 6RANIII.AR GRASS AND MFED KILLER 

THIMFT 15»G CONTAINS PHORATE SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 

LIQUID POCKET GOPHFR POISON CONTAINS STRYCHNINE 

LE8 ENGRAiS ITOtllO CTANAMlo GENERAL CONTACT WEED KILLER 

KFM-FUME GRAIN FUMIGANT COmTaINING CARBON TETRACHLORIDE AND 

CARBON DT8ULPHIDE 

FIXED COPPER WFTTARLE PONDER FUNGICIDE 

ROSS SYSTEMIC INSECTICTOE CARTRIDGES 

NATIONAL CHEMSEARCH NS*<>10 NEED KILLER SOIL STERILANT 

WOODCHUCK BOMBS 

DYFONATE 5G AN ORGANOPHOSPHOPUS SOIL INSECTICIDE GRANULES 

DYFONATE lOG AN ORGANOPHOSPHpRHS SOIL INSECTICIDE 

OYFONATF THIBAM 5-10G INSECTICIDE AND FUNGICIDE 

K.R.S. SMEAR FOR HORSES 

FiiNDAL SP MiTIClDE-INSECTIrlDE SOLUBLE POWDER 

GUARDSMAN BRlJSHKlLLER 

DU PONT SIN8AR TFRBACII WEED KILLER 

OURSBAN «F EMIIL INS 

P| ANT-FUMF NICOTINE SMOKE FUMIGATORS 

CO-OP N.M. DRILL BOX SFFD TREATMENT POWDER 

CO-OP RAPF8EFD AND MUSTARD DRILL BOX SEED TREATMENT 

CO-OP N.M, DUAL PURPOSE DRILL BOX SEED TREATMENT 

ORTHO SUPER-R-GON 

FURADAN S GRANULAR SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 

GREEN CROSS 01 A7INON-LTN0ANE INSECTICIDE 

Dl.iRSB/N ae INSECTICIDE FOR TOBACCO 

PLANT FOG OICOFOL A THERMAL FOGGING MITICIOE SOLUTION 

DICHLORVOS 20S OIL CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

DICHLORVOS 20E EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

FI80NS LOVOZAL ?0W 20 X WETTABLE POWDER MITICIOE 

GRFFN CROSS DRILLBOX WIRFWORM KILLER CONTAINS LINDANE 

CHIPMAN ChLORDAnE 8 INSECTICIDE 

GUARDSMAN DINITRO AMINE WEEDKILLER CONTAINS DINOSEB 

BlADEX HERBICIDE FOR USE In CORN FIELDS 

FOLITMION LlOnin CONCENTRATE FOREST INSECTICIDE 

PFIZER MALATHION LIQUID GRAIN PROTECTANT 

EISONS LOVOZAL aO W (tOX WETTABLE POWDER MITICIOE 

SUPER ANBREX BRAND OF ATRAZlNE BOW (801 WETTABLE POWDER) FOR 

PRE AND EARLY POST EMERGENT WE 



1100 



O. Reg. 577/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3211 



10«0« 

10616 

10820 
1fl8?l 
10026 
10827 

lonao 
loeai 
10802 
10807 
10895 
108Q6 
10903 
1090O 
10905 
10906 
10907 
10910 
10920 
10925 
10928 
10903 
1090a 
10953 
10975 
10976 
10977 
10979 
10983 
10989 
10993 
10997 
1P998 
11011 
11012 
11013 
11017 
11018 
11019 
11022 
11025 
11029 
110S2 
11033 

110«5 
11009 



GCP 

K(H 

CH6 
CHG 
CHG 
CHG 
CHG 
GCP 
CHG 
CMP 
CGA 
C6A 
CGt 
CGA 
GFF 
CHG 
VAR 
VAR 

GrE 

SAM 
IMP 
CGA 
C6A 

CGA 
C6A 
GCP 
GFE 
DIT 
GCP 
GCP 

CHV 
CHV 
INT 
INT 
OHQ 
OUQ 
BAT 
UNR 
CHG 
L*T 
BIN 

C6C 
fT9 



CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 
CHH 

CHH 



CHH 



CHH 



9PTL-9TfR NOtx-SFLFCTIVF WEED KILLER CONTAINS MQNURON 

TRTCHLOROACFTATF AwO 2,0-0 

GPFEN CROSS PPA ANIMAL KILlEP LTOiJID HERBICIDE 

EMrnTHALi 

RIDDFX F-50 roGRlNR TNSFCTTCTDE CONCENTRATE CONTAINS FENTHION 

RTHOEK FEnThton 50F EHULSIFI ABl F CONCENTRATE INSECTICIOE 

FuPAOAN 5 GRamulES SVSTFMTr TN9FCTICIDF 

FIJRAOAN 10 GRANULES SVSTEHTC TNSFCTICIOE 

BAVLU8CI0F 5« GRANULAR •'OLI U8CTCTDE 

BAVLUSCIOE 5t GRANULAR SEA LAmPREy LARVICIDE 

BAVLUSCIOF-TFm wFTTABLF POwDFR sea lamprey LARVXCIOf 

GALECRON 95 SP hITTCIOF-INSECTICTOE 

OASANIT PLi'S THTRAM 51 . inx GRANULAR INSECTICIOE-FUNGICIOe 

CHIPMAN ORTLLBOX D-L PLUS SEED TRFATHEnT 

PRTNCEP 50'' "FTTAHLE POwOCR HFRBTCTOE OF 3IMA2INE 

PRTNCEP eo" HFTTABLE PONDER HERPTCIOF OF SIHAZIne 

AATRFX SOh KFTTABLF POwOEB MFRBICIDE OF ATRAZTNE 

PRIMATOL 80»* LETTABLE PONDER HERBICIOE OF ATRAZINE 

8I»'APRTM 8flM mETTABLE POMOFR HERBICIDE OF 8IMA7TNE 

BAY 90357 70t w.P, HERfllCloE 

Guardsman v.h. and r, stain control fungicide 

ClIAROSNAN PENTA PRESERVATIVE CONCENTRATE 1*10 

AATREx 90w WFTTABLF POnOPR HfRBICIDE OF ATRAZINE 

CAL8A DASANIT AND THIRAM TNSECTTCTOF-FUNGIC IDE 

SanFax MK > B2 I.OH VOLATILE I IQUTD HERBICIDE 

FLIT WEED KILLER 

BA9U0IN 50W NETTABLF PONOER TNSFCTICTOF OF OIAZINON 

BASUOIN 50E F-L'LSTFIABLF INSECTICIDE OF DIAZINON 

BASUOIN 50S SOLUTION INSECTICIDE OF DIAZINON 

BASDDIN 50 EC INSECTICIDE 

FENITROTHTON TECHNICAL INSECTICIDE 

SFSAGARD 50W kFTTABLE POWOFR HERBICIDE OF PROMETRVNC 

LINDANE 108 OTL CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

GREEN CROSS BRUSHKILL LON VOI ATILF 2.fl,5-T ESTER 112 

CREFN CROSS ? TO 1 BRUSHKIlLFR 9* LOn VOLATILE LIQUID 

OPTHO wEED-B«GON BAR 

ORTHO NEEO-B-GON CLOVER AND CHICKWFED BAR 

CO. OP CHLORDANE 8 FC SOIL TN9FCTTCIDE 

CO-OP CTTHION GRAIN PROTECTANT E.C. 

HYVAR X-L BRQMACIL WEED KIlLFR 

HYVAR X-P BROMACTL WEED AND PRUSH KILLER 

BARTLETT CT6PN oE SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 

LTQUID DYANAP meFDkILLER CONTAINS NAPTALAH 

BAY60N U-L-V SPRAY (ULTRA i OM VOLUME) INSECTICIDE 

LATER'8 DANDELION NEED KiLlER 

ATRAZTNE 80 MR ZORKA BRAND SELECTIVE HERBICIDE IN THE FORM OF A 

NFTTABLE POnoER 

AATREX Liomo HERBICIDE OF ATRAZINE 

FI80N8 DtiRSBAN 50E EMULSIFTARLE TN8ECTTCI0E 



1101 



3212 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 577/76 



110S3 

1059 

I0i>3 
lObti 
10? 
108 
109 
112 
128 
137 
138 
1U2 

laA 
155 
15a 
157 
161 
\t>9 
\7h 

18U 
185 
187 
1BQ 
190 
I"! 
1«»5 
1209 

1211 

1224 

[?Uh 

1255 
1256 
I2S9 
1261 

1271 
1270 
1275 
1286 
1288 

1299 

1307 



GEE 

now 
now 

taOO 
TEC 
CHU 
AVH 
AYH 
CHD 
CHP 
3UG 
SUG 
GCP 

*PB 
AMC 
SHL 

EMC 

ALL 
EMC 
GCP 

EHC 
EMC 
CHG 
EMC 

CHP 
MBZ 
SOJ 
OLV 

MOL 
VEL 
SAM 
DTT 
EMC 

MPL 

IMT 
VEL 
LAT 
CGA 

AMC 

"BE 
GCP 



8IIH 
SDH 



CHP 
AMI 



JOS 



PRO 
fTfl 
ZEC 
ZEC 
I T" 
OYM 
CHA 
ET'>' 
EIN 

CH* 
GRA 

SlIM 

8U« 
GRE 

nyw 
njT 

OES 
RT" 
DYT 
UPO 
LIW 
RRP 
ANiO 
OT'i 

MOM 

CO- 
TA^ 
CHT 
MAP 
ATR 
01 V 
OLE 
L*S 
DIV 
Pno 

HRO 

8TI 

LAS 

CO 

PhO 

LAT 

GES 

EE^ 

8PP 

Smh 

8E^ 

not* 

OlfJ 
MK 



METONE 
OPROPV 
TRAN E 
TRAN E 
UTO NO 
AEOG 9 
PMA^ 
TROL 
TROL 

PMAN 
MOXONE 
TThTOn 
TTHION 
EM CRO 
OSES 
RTMf A 
ORMONf 
LANE I 

OP LIO 
X I TOU 
OAnE ? 
EM CPO 
CARTA 
RON 80 
UPON 8 
RAL CA 
OEX«OI 
PMAN A 
7INE E 
AEINE 

MPIC T 
ATE 
so EC 
EL TMO 
L RRAN 
MACIL- 
VAPPOP 
SO 10 
OP CO- 
SVEL L 
ER'S L 
AGARD 
AVAR L 
T INSE 

1520 
AZOLIN 

CONTA 
08EB 
GRAIN 



25E EMULSION HERPlrrOC OE 2-METHOXV-a, fc-BI8 
LAMTN0)-S«TRIAZIME 
S 5 TNSECTIcmE SOLIiTION 
S \% TNSECTTCIOE 

yTANE 3"A WOOO EUNGTCmE CONCENTRATE 
CONCENTRATE 
EEO-EREE H C 1.6 PELLETS 

15 fANTlMVCIN A) GRANULAR EI9H TOXICANT 
ONCENTRATE fANTTMvCTN A) LIQUID EI8H TOXICANT 
ERM4T0X 120C EUNGICTOE EOR SAP STAIN AND MOLD 

S LTOilTO HEPRICIOE CONTAINS PARAQUAT 

TECHNICAL 

100 EC 
SS GENERAL WEEP KTLIER EMOLSIEI ABLE C0NTAININ6 

LGAECTOE 

NSECTICIDE 3t GRANIM ES 

liTD POTATO TOP KIlLER CONTAINS OINQSEB 

TO OIL CONCENTRATED WEED KILLER 

E.C. INSECTICIDE 

SS n-L PLUS CAPTAN POWDER CONTAINS OIAZINON, LINDANE 

N 

w.P. HERBICIDE 
w'.p, HERBICIDE 

TTLE DUSTER CONTAINS COIIMAPHOS 
liRON 80 to. P. HERPICIOE 

TRAZTNF 80W WETTARLF POWDER HERBICIDE 
OR-ULATION OE ATRAZTNE BOW HERBICIDE 
BRANO OE ATRA7INE 80 w HERttlCIDE 
OXAl WOOD PPESifRVATTVE CONTAINS PHCNVLMiRCURr 

ALACHLOR 

IISTRTAI LIQUID HERBICIDE 

LOW VOLATILE 2,0-0 ESTER 112 LIQUID WEED KILLER 

1ft I TOIJID WEEDKILLER CONCENTRATE 

111 BBHSHKILLER 
GRANULAR HERBICIDE 

SAN LIQUID SEED TREATMENT (TCMTB 30 EC) 
lOiJTO INSECTICIDE 
OW VOLATIlE BRUSH KILLER EfC, 
80 W HERBICIDE 
TQIJTD GENERAL WEED KILLER 
CTICIDE SYSTEMIQUF GRANULE 
HERBICIDE LIQUID CONTAINING 2.4-0, OICAMBA AND 

CT WEEDKILLER EMULSTETABLE CONCENTRATE CONTAINING 

EUMTGANT 



1102 



O. Reg. 577/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3213 



11312 


8TF 


11550 


SAW 


11335 


8T0 


11535 


RAO 


11336 


CMP 


11539 


SCT 


llSSt 


DUQ 


11 554 


CGC 


115S5 


BOM 


11556 


SHL 


1 1566 


STF 


11575 


KrM 


11386 


pfr 


11390 


OLS 


1159« 


VAR 


lia07 


INT 


lia?2 


UNR 


liaao 


DOW 


11U59 


PMT 


1 laas 


VAR 


iiuas 


OCP 


11049 


MRZ 


11451 


INT 


11461 


VAR 


lia»>2 


FT8 


11493 


rMC 


11494 


MBZ 


ns?2 


LAT 


11529 


INT 


11550 


KfM 


11531 


KfM 


11539 


MRY 


11545 


HAD 


11547 


VFL 


11572 


TMC 


11578 


APH 


11597 


CMC 


11605 


FMC 


11624 


FMC 


11645 


FMC 


11649 


FMC 


11681 


SAN 


11724 


OUB 


11761 


STF 



LFI 
MLL 



snj 



Lfl 



JAC 



SUTAN S«F CMIILSTFIABLE LlOnir SELECTIVE HERBTCIOE 

POOL N.M. DUAL PllRPnSF DRIIU BOX SEEO TREATMENT 

8TAN.CMEM 2,fl«R ESTER LOW VOI ATILE 96 WEED KIL E.C, 

BATRO'S DTNOSFB, PRE-EMrRGFwrE DIMTTRO WEEP KILLER 

PTPIMOR 5n ►■FTTiBLF POWDER INSECTICIDE 

8CPTT8 PROTUBF BROAD SPECTRUM GRANULAR FUNGICIDE CONTAINING 

Pma and TmIRam 

KPDVAR 1 wEEnKlLLER HETTAKI E POmOER CONTAINS BROMACIL AND 

DTliRON 

GOFEN CROSS Dii-TER FUNfiTCirE CONTAINING FENTINHVOROXIDE 

ROHM k HAAS 8URE-KTLL POTATO TOP KILLER NITH OINQSEB 

2,4.0 AND 2»4,5-7 LIQUTD RPUSHkILLER LV 64 

FIA 8n>20 GRAIN FUMIGANT 

RIDDEX CHLORoane 80 EMtiLSTFIABLF CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

PFTZPB LIOUID CYANAMTOF GENERAL CONTACT WEED KILLER 

OCHEMCO RaPESEEO and mustard seed TREATMENT POWDER CONTAINS 

LINDANE AND CAPTAN 

GUARDSMAN CVTHION 1000 RRATN PROTECTANT AND INSECTICIDE 

POOL BRAND RAPESEEO ANO MUSTARD DRILL BOX SEED TREATMENT 

POWDER 

VITAFLO DUAL PURPOSE LTOUID SEED PROTECTANT 

LORSBAN 4C E"UL»IFIABLF INSECTICIDE 

ATROPHYT BRAND OF ATRA?TNE 80w 

GUARDSMAN DINTTRO GENERAL wEFDKILLER E.C. CONTAINS DINQSEB 

EkKO 80 w 

PROGRAM FORMULATION OF ATRaZTNE SOW t PROPACHLOR 6it WP 

CO-OP D-L+C TNSECTICTOE-FUNGTCIDF dust DRILL BOX SEED 

TPFAT^ENT POwoEP 

Guardsman potato topkh lFR contains DInosEB 

FTSON DA9ANTT INSECTTCIDE-NEMATICIDE 

PBOPATURF LIQUID TURF mFRBICIOE 

MARZO^E WEEDKILLER CONTAINS DIURON 

lATEO'S 25X LTNDANp LIVESTOCK INSECTICIDE 

DijAL PURPOSE NON-MfPCURTAL LIQUID SEED TREATMENT 

RIDDEX OTAZINON 50 E.C". INSECTICIDE 

RIDOEX niAZlNON 50 S INSECTICIDE CONCENTRATE 

TOTRIL SELECTIVE WEEDKILLER FOR USE ON TURF GRASS 

BAIRD'S 0IN09FB POTATO TOP KILLER 

DvrLEAR-2a LIQUID HERBICIDE 

SUMITHTON 10>E INSECTICIDE 

SwTMTRlNE LIOUID ALGAECIDE FoR 8MIMMIN6 POOLS 

ma6>K.STRING 

SUPER-SPREO SURFACTANT 

ESTA80L 3|t LIQUID EMiil SIFT ABLE BRU8HKILLER LV 96 

2»4,5»T LV 112 BRUSMKIILER EMUL8IFIABLE CONCENTRATE 

BMTOXV-0311 LIQUID EMULSIFIABLE BRUSHKILLER LV 96 

SANFAX 6. P. R56 CVTHION LIQUID GRAIN PROTECTANT 

DUTN 70 WEEDKILLER 

SIITAN.ATRA2INE 16»6 GRANULES 



1103 



3214 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 577/76 



nsas 


CMC 


nasi 


VPL 


11860 


STO 


11889 


PFF 


11933 


CHP 


1193a 


CMP 


11935 


CMP 


11938 


CMP 


l?0(i8 


OOQ 


12072 


STO 


12073 


SAF 


12076 


8*F 


12131 


CVC 


12159 


FMC 


12173 


FMC 


1217a 


FMC 


12175 


FMC 


12216 


KEM 


12219 


C»I 


12265 


CB* 


12269 


MPR 


12302 


8ML 


12372 


CHP 


12381 


CMP 


12388 


MRZ 


12a05 


a*F 


12a39 


a*F 


12507 


CHP 


12539 


8*F 


12599 


ELA 


12828 


CVC 


12861 


PIK 


1286a 


8*F 


12865 


S*F 


l?9aa 


CAP 


12951 


OLH 


12960 


FAC 


12965 


CGC 


12971 


CMP 


12972 


CHP 


13058 


CftC 


15090 


CHP 


13166 


SHL 


13368 


r>oh 


I3aaa 


CHP 


13a7l 


CPC 


13516 


noiN 


l37ao 


CHP 


1376a 


FMC 



POTATO 8PP0UT INHIBITOR 

OY CLFfR a,8-0'.5, HrHRIClnE 

SPROUT MP 

PFIZER 50 e.r. LIOIIID OIAZTNON INSECTICIDE 

OTAZINON SOW WFTTABLP POWDFR CONTAINS DIAZINON 

DTAZINON SO FC 

OIAZINON SOE 

CHIPMAN ATRAriNf flQM WFTTABLE POWDER HERBICIDE 

TFLONE* C 

STANDARD SASH TRFAT 

SANEX CVTHION LTQUTO GRAIN PROTECTANT 

CVTHinN LfUID GRAIN PROTECTANT 

AVFNGF 517-S 

POI.VRAM LINDANE SEFP PROTECTANT 

RtVERT PH 

BTVERT HCF 

BIVFRT OPN 

RTDPEX CYTHION iiLV CONrFNTRHTE INSECTICIDE 

Cn-P*L CATTLE DijSTFR CARTRIDGE 

H*MMFR BO WP HERBICIDE fGS 29696) 

►"PRZAT GIANT DF9TR0VER 

MinRiN WATER MTSflRLE INSECTICIDE 

PTRTMnR sow TwSErTTCIDE CONTAINING PFRIMICARB 

BRiiSHKTLLFP 9* LV F8TER 2ll 

MARZONE ATRAZU'F 50 L 

SANFX SANIFIIMfP.lS 

OTAZINON 50-S OIL SOLUBLE 

TRITHION OIL EMijLSTFIABLF INSECTICIDE 

VAPO 20 EC 

8PI«F BO w.P*. HFRBICIOE 

LIOIIID PLANT GROWTH REGULANT 

D-L-C DRTI I BOX SEED PROTECTANT 

CVRON UE 

CHLORDANF 8 Pt. 

GAROO NO 73 I INDANF 

OCmEMCO IV 112 

FATR-PIK PREPLANT I lOUTD SOU FIIMIOANT 

TOPOGARD 50 w MFRBTCIDF 

BOREA GRANULAR 

CHLOREA GRANULAR GRASS » WFEn KILLER 

FAMjD 00 I.S CONTAINS DTOXOCARB 

TOPOGARD srik HERBICIDE 

bladfx hfrbicidf 

tflone liquid soil flimigant 

atrazine 90 wp herbicide 

no scald dpa lio concentrate 

TfLONF C-17 nematopide 

ChTPMAN fly AMD MOSQUITO SPRAY CONCENTRATE 
BTVERT TON LTQUTO, ADJUVANT FOR TORDON 101 



1104 



I 



O. Reg. 577/76 

I \-iTt7 I CHP I 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3215 



I iLTOSTO SR-10 KnsoniTn CPOwTH REGULATOR CONTAINING metwOPRENE ( 



PESTICIDES THAT ARE CONTAINED IN FERTILIZER 



Registration 
Number under 
Fertilizer 
Act (Canada) 


Registrant under 
Fertilizer Act 
(Canada) 


1628 


So-Green Ind, 


1788 


Shamrock Chaoical 


1939 


Shamrock Chaoical 


1940 


Shamrock Chemical 


2059 


Green Valley 


2083 


Chevron Chem. 


2085 


Chevron Chem. 


2114 


CM. Scott * Sons 



Pesticide 



So-Green 7-14-7 for Roses , 

Flowers and Perennials 
Shamrock 8-32-16 with 

Disulfoton for Beans 
Shamrock 15-15-15-15 with 

Disulfoton for Corn 
Shamrock 18-46-0 with 

Disulfoton for Corn 
Green Valley 6-10-4 Systemic 

Rose and Flower Care 
ORTHO Systemic Rose and 

Flower Care 8-12-4 Plant 

Food 
ORTHO 3-Way Rose and Flower 

Care 8-12-4 
22-5-3 with Thiran 5.6% and 

phemyl mercuric acetate 

0.8% 



O. Reg. 577/76, s. 58, part. 



1105 



3216 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



SCHEDULE 5 



O. Reg. 577/76 



REG- 




A 




IS- 




G 




TR*- 




E 




TICN 


REGIS- 


N 




NO 


TRANT 


T 


PESTICIDE 


0003U 


3TD 




STANDARD REGISTERED FORMALDEHYDE SOLUTION FUNCICIOE 


00179 


GRA 




«FTA SLUG KILLER 


002U3 


CMP 




ATLACIOt - SOOUlM CHLORATE WEEDKILLER 


0050U 


NAA 




EPA INSECTICIDE WITH CHLOROANE 2« 


0033a 


NIM 




NFH RAT-NIP PASTE 


OObSS 


NOX 




NOXALL EARhlG BAIT 


00750 


NOX 




NCXALL RAT BAIT CONTAINS RED SQUILL 


ooe3s 


ELL 




SODIUM CHLORATE 


00893 


xIL 




WILSON'S MOUSE TREAT CONTAINS 0,«X STRYCHNINE 


00935 


NOX 




NPXALL HOUCIDE CONTAINS STRYCHNINE 


00967 


BET 




BFRTRAND ROACH POWDER 


00997 


M8S 


COU 


CORRYtS SLUG AND SNAIL DEATH 


00999 


CHP 




CHIPMAN GARBLE POWDER - ROTENONE INSECTICIDE 


0105« 


PSA 




•REEL" LINDANE RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 


01193 


dRG 




MOUSE-COP POISONED MOUSE SEED 


01222 


CAT 




NEW POWER GENERAL INSECTICIDE - SP*CE AND CONTACT SPRAY 


01557 


PIE 




PIED PIPER INSECTICIDE 


013«1 


9EA 




BEACON MOUSE KILLER CONTAINS STRYCHNINE 


01U20 


OUU 




DM PONT AMMATE X WEED AND BRUSH KILLER 


015«6 


CAR 




NORANDA BRAND COPPER SULPHATE CRYSTALS 


017a5 


C8T 




NEW POWER INSECTICIDE POWDER CONTAINS CHLORDANE 


01757 


SiKlH 




SwISH COCKROACH SURFACE INSECTICIDE 


01787 


BEA 




ATOMIK 2,a-D LIQUID AMINE WEED KILLER 


01820 


JBO 




wEEOANOL 2.«-0 LIQUID LAWN WEED KILLER 


01862 


EAN 




EATONS 2»«-0 WEED KILLER AMINE SALT 


01872 


OUQ 




OUPONT FERMATE FERBAM FUNGICIDE 


01961 


GCP 




GREEN CROSS 76X WETTABLE KARPAM FERBAM BLACK FUNGICIDE 


"2150 


NOX 




NOXALL SLUCO METALDEHYOE BAIT 


02238 


CHP 




CHIPMAN 2,«-D AMINE PO LIQUID WEEDKILLER 


02269 


CHP 




CHIPMAN FEP8AM OUST FUNGICIDE 


02<i<tl 


ROH 




OITHANE 2-78 w.P, 7INEB AGRICULTURAL FUNGICIDE 


02505 


CGC 




G9F.EN CROSS WARBLE POWDER - 5X ROTENONE 


02592 


HIA 




RIFSS 2X CHLOROANE SURFACE SPRAY INSECTICIDE 


02652 


JBU 




WEEDANOL 2»tt-0 AMINE BO 


02667 


OOiN 




FORMULA ao LIQUID FARM WEEDKILLER 


02760 


PLG 




PEST CLOR «0w «0X TECHNICAL CHLOROANE 


02776 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS FERBAM KARBAM BLACK DUST FUNGICIDE 


02791 


PLG 




SLUG-EM BAIT 


02833 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS aoX CHLOROANE EMULSION 


02851 


LAT 




LaTER'S weed KILLER 2>a-D AMINE LIQUID 


02915 


CMV 




ORTHORIX SPRAY SUPERIOR LIME-SULPHUR FORMULATION 


02936 


GEI 




REX MOUSE-TOX CONTAINS STRYCHNINE 


03065 


CHP 




WARBICIOE 5 ROTENONE INSECTICIDE 


03(182 


OOh 




DOW SODIUM TCA 9SX - GRASS AND CONIFER KILLER 


03170 


VAR 




CYPRO EMULSION CONCENTRATE 


03166 


GCP 




GREEN CROSS 80 LIQUID ?,«-D WEED KILLER 


03215 


PIE 




PIED PIPER 006 SHAMPOO CONTAINS CHLORDANE 


03277 


PIE 




PIED PIPER INSECTICIDE 


03282 


GCP 




GREEN CROSS RESIDUAL HOUSEHOLD SPRAY 



1106 



O. Reg. 577/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3217 



05289 


USB 


P5208 


CGC 


03425 


FHC 


0558a 


CHP 


03"t5 


PIE 


03a55 


M«E 


05<i6S 


flit 


U5«79 


GCP 


nSSlT 


*L3 


03S10 


L*T 


()3S«1 


C«T 


03«>0« 


TEI 


036<'S 


Ktm 


05*76 


InT 


03713 


8RC 


03763 


Sirt 


03777 


L»T 


15780 


CMV 


05784 


n*Z 


03/«'«l 


PLG 


056(16 


M9V 


038^6 


PE- 


03»«8« 


c*x 


03913 


CHP 


03927 


kfC 


03935 


xE" 


05957 


-IL 


039b3 


GCP 


0395S 


CHV 


03'*S(> 


PIO 


05960 


FMC 


0U025 


S»R 


ObOSo 


CHV 


0O067 


CHP 


OaOhu 


FHC 


0O132 


CHV 


0ai36 


DUO 


OaiSS 


"IL 


0<ilS9 


SIP 


0u220 


PAX 


Oa235 


SiA 


0a2S3 


FMC 


04272 


FHC 


00282 


GCP 


00291 


FMC 


00290 


GCP 


00297 


CHP 


0O337 


CHP 



C8iJ 



AXI 



2n HULE TEAM CO'i'CEnTRaTEO BORASCU Fur mEEO CONTROL 

GREEN CROSS »OTfN0»<E 5t FOB WARBLE FLV CONTROL 

NIAGARA FERBAM kiETTABLE POmOER FUNGICIDE 

ChIPman TCA, 9St SODIUM SALT, GRASS KILLER POmDER 

PIED PIPER KwlK-KILL HOUSE SEED 

CBVOLF.X HAROUETTE INSECTICIDE 

PMOE 2X CHLOROANE RESIOUAt INSECT SPRAY 

GREEN CROSS ANT AND GRUR KRUER (SX CHLOROANE OUST) 

NO-wEED 2,4-0 AMINE SO LIQUID MEED KILLER 

LATER CHLOROANE INSECT OUST 

NFt> PQhER residual SPRAY CONTAINING CHLOROANE AND LINDANE 

NFVAPOT WATER PFPELLFNT wOPO PRESERVATIVE 

DFO-RAT RODEnTICIOE (CONTAINING -AHFARIN) 

CO-OP 2.0-0 AMINE 0002. LIQUID NEED KILLER 

FAIPVIEH wAKFtHIN RAT POISON 
SARH O.SX nARFARiN RAT POISON CONCENTRATE 
LATER'S ZINEB DUST - ORGANIC FUNGICIDE 
ORTHOCIOE 50 <*ETTABLE POWDER FUNGICIDE 
ZIRAH -ETTABLE POWDER FUNGICIDE 

NO DAMP 

HgRFliSAN MERCURY BICHLORIDE - CALOMEL PREPARATION FOR 

THE CONTROL OF TuRF DISEASE 
PESTROY RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE CONTAINS CHLOROANE 
bRASSICOL SOIL DISINFECTANT CONTAINS OUINTOZENE 
ChIPman CUCURBIT DUST INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE 
hEFOAR 80 2,0-0 AnTnE liquid «EE0 kILLER 
RIODEX SEVENTY CONCENTRATED INSECTICIDE 
WILSON'S O.SX WARFARIN CONCENTRATE 
RPEEN CROSS THiOGRfEN OuST Fl'NGICIDt 3,9X ZINEB 
OPTHO TOMATO AND VEGETABLE OuST INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE 
PIONEER LIQUID wEEO KILLER 2,0-D AmJnE 80 
MfTHOXYCHLOR SO w.P, INSECTICIDE 
SaRM Amimf 2,0-D 60 LItiUlD WEEDKILLER 
OhTho-KLOR CHLOROANE OUST INSECTICIDE 
HETHOXONE SODIUM 08, MCPA LIQUID WEEDKILLER 
KOLO-100 FUNGICIDE CONTAINS SULPHUR ANO DICHLONE 
ORTHO-KLOR 00 CHLOROANE SPRAY INSECTICIDE 
MANZATE M4NE8 FUNGICIDE 
WTLSONIS 2,0-0 AMINE LIQUID WEEDKILLER 
LINDANE 5X 

PROTEX INSECTICIDE CHLOROANE 2X 
TRIPLEX RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 
WONDER wEEDER 

ROTENONE 5 w.P, INSECTICIDE 

GREEN CROSS 50X MALATHION EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 
AMSOL 60 LIQUID HERBICIDE 
GREEN CROSS TCA HERBICIDE 

HERBATE AMINE 20-2,0-0 LIQUID LAWN WEEDKILLER 
HETHOXONE AMINE 60 MCPA LIQUID WEEDKILLER 



1107 



3218 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 577/76 



04343 


6CP 


04361 


CAA 


043">7 


HIP 


04476 


FMC 


04484 


CHV 


04S04 


STF 


04527 


FMC 


04559 


STF 


04590 


CYC 


04<>38 


PLC 


04657 


FMC 


04661 


MBE 


04669 


ROG 


04709 


PFF 


04741 


INT 


04764 


TUC 


04769 


GCP 


04779 


MHL 


04791 


«AL 


04837 


MBB 


04860 


CHP 


04663 


INT 


04864 


CHP 


04878 


LAT 


04863 


SEA 


04916 


AMC 


04916 


ROM 


04937 


ALS 


04947 


BRH 


04958 


B8E 


04967 


LEO 


04989 


GAH 


05007 


BIR 


05011 


INT 


05054 


DUO 


05056 


DUO 


05063 


KER 


05080 


WIL 


05095 


CGD 


05125 


CBL 


05154 


310 


05136 


CHP 


05159 


CHV 


05141 


CHV 


05168 


PLC 


05194 


GAH 


05204 


MEC 


05206 


MBE 


05212 


MBE 



SEV 



AMI 



BAU 



BAU 



CREEN CROSS MCPA SODIUM SALT 48 MEEO KILLER 

LINDANE 5X EMULSION CONCENTRATE CADILLAC 

BAN.A-6UC CHLOROANE RESIDUAL SPRAY 

MALATHION 25 WETTAPLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 

ORTHOCIDE 75 SEED PROTECTANT (SLURRY FORMULATION) 

CYTHION 5-E PREMIUM GRADE MALATHION BLACK RUBBER CONG 

RAT AND MOUSE KILLER* CONTAINING IxATER-SOLUBLE NARFARIN 

CAPTAN 50*W FUNGICIDE POWDER 

MALATHION 50« CYTHION EMUL8IFIABLE LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

PLANT PRODUCTS MALATHION 50X EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 

NIAGARA MALATHION 5 E.C. INSECTICIDE 

POISON A 80URIS MARQUETTE CPNTIENT STRYCHNINE 

HIGH LEVEL TCA COUCH GRASS KILLER SOLUBLE PELLETS 

CALSA SOX MALATHION INSECTICIDE 

CO-OP MCPA AMiNf 64 LIQUID WEED KILLER 

FlORBAIT fly KILLER CONTAINS 0ICHLORVO8 

GREEN CROSS 25X MALATHION mETTABLE POWDER 

HYOROL-TO BE USED AS A LITTER SPRAY AND INSECTICIDE 

PURINA HORSE AND LIVESTOCK SPRAY CONCENTRATE 

RED DEVIL DRY WEED KILLER 

CHIPHAN MALATHION 50 EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 

CO-OP WARBLE POWDER 

CHIPMAN 25X MALATHION WETTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 

LATER'S METHOXYCHLOR 50 WETTABLE POWPER 

8FAC0N WARFARIN CONCENTRATE ,5 

WFEOAR MCP CONCENTRATE 

OITHANE M.22 AGRICULTURAL FUNGICIDE CONTAINS MANEB 

NO-WEED MCPA AMINE 64 WEED KRLER 

•wEEO-BANE AMINE 80" LIQUID 2'4D WEED KILLER 

BEXCO GRAINS KILLS MICE CONTAINS STRYCHNINE 

LEITTE PYRENONE EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 

"ARNOLD" WEEO-0-SPRAY 

BIRCHIS 2X CHLORDANE RESIDUAL SPRAY 

RAT KILLER CONCENTRATE-CONTAINS PINDONE 

OU PONT MARLATE SOX METHOXYCHLOR INSECTICIDE 

OU PONT M4RLATE 2-MR INSECTICIDE 

THREE ELEPHANT TRONABOR 

WILSON'S WATER SOLUBLE WARFARIN 

MITIN F F HIGH CONC 

CARDEL ROACH AND ANT KILLER RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 

CROSS COUNTRY 2,4-0 AMINE LIQUID WEED KILLER 

CHIPMAN FER8AM WETTABLE POWDER FUNGICIDE 

ORTHOCIDE GARDEN FUNGICIDE CONTAINS SOX CAPTAN 

ORTHO MALATHION 50 SPRAY INSECTICIDE 

PLANTCO MILDEW DUST 

"ARNOLD" CHLOROANE SPRAY CARTRIDGE 

ACRISTREP STREPTOMYCIN SULFATE AGRICULTURAL TYPE A 

MARQUETTE 5X CHLOROANE OUST 

MALATHION SOX INSECTICIDE 



1108 



I 



O. Reg. 577/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3219 



05239 


M8E 




05276 


9*T 




05S1(> 


FIS 




05323 


DON 




05339 


OSO 




05362 


SHL 




05369 


LAT 




05571 


L*T 




05372 


FUC 




05389 


USB 




05a0e 


FMC 




05429 


GAP 




05442 


CHP 




05449 


KIN 




05457 


GCP 




05460 


INT 




0546a 


"IL 




05498 


PFF 




0550ft 


LAT 




05514 


CAA 




05639 


-IL 




05655 


F«C 




05739 


LAT 




05745 


cvc 




05753 


FED 




05760 


INT 




05621 


INT 




05835 


LOU 




05891 


LOt» 




05921 


FMC 




05929 


FMC 




05931 


PFF 




05937 


"BY 




05942 


GCP 




05961 


•^AL 




0(<006 


FMC 




06017 


CH6 


CHH 


06O20 


TUC 




06022 


SAF 




06024 


SAF 




06028 


FMC 




06047 


ALS 




06094 


RIE 




06117 


OOK 




06192 


GCP 




06222 


TUC 




06224 


TUC 




06260 


«AL 




06274 


PFF 





MtR-cOP 7 FUNGICIDE 

BjdTLETT M4LATHI0N n,P, 25X 

FIS0N8 PHENOXVLENE PLUS MCPA SELECTIVE HEEOKILLCR 

OOMPON* SOLUBLE POmOEP GRASS KILLER> mXTH OAt*l»ON 

PENTOX PRIMER SEALER MOOD PRESERVATIVE CLEAR 

2.4-0 LIOiJlO MEEOKILLER amine 80 

LATER'S CUTMORM , ANT t 6RuB KILLER 

LaTER'S CAPT4N FUNGICIDE 50«K 

SODIUM TCA HERBICIDE SOLUBLE POWDER 

O-BOR GRANULAR NON.SELECTI VE mEED KILLIN6 COMPOUND 

FERBAM 7 OUST FUNGICIDE 

6ARD0 NO. 16 FLY BAIT 

CHIPMAN 7.SS CAPTAN OUST FUNGICIDE 

KING ROSE GLADIOLUS AND FLOWER OUST OR SPRAY 

GREEN CROSS PmVGON.xl FUNGICIDE 

CO»OP MCPA SODIUM SALT 46 LIQUID mEEO KILLER 

HILS0N«S 50« CAPTAN FUNGICIDE 

CALSA ALANAP.3 A SELECTIVE PPE*EMERGENCE HERBICIDE 

LATER'S M.C.P.A. AMiNE«6a HERBICIDE 

CADILLAC MALATHION 50S EMULSI^IABLE CONCENTRATE 

wiLSONtS SOIL STERILIZER 

LISUID LIME SULRHUR INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE 

LATERiS SLU6 OUST CONTAINS METALOEHYDE 

AMINO TRIAZOLE MEEOKILLER CONTAINS AMITROLE 

F.e.L. RAT>X MATER SOLUBLE RAT AND HOUSE KILLER 

cn«op flomer and Garden fungicide insecticide 
cn-op MALATHION 50 insecticide 

HFRBINOX 2.4.0 AMINE LIOUID*HERBICIOE A 6AZ0N 

MALATHION 50f LORRAIN INSECTICIDE 

NIAGARA NIACIDE H FUNGICIDE mETTABLE PONDER 

NIAGARA CAPTAN 7,5t OUST FUNGICIDE 

CALSA AMINE LIQUID 2««>D MEED KILLER 

TROPOTOX hCPB sodium SALT SELECTIVE MEEOKILLER 

GREEN CROSS MCPA AMINE 80 MEED KILLER 

NATIONAL MCPA AMINE MEED KILLER 

ALANAP • 5 WEEDKILLER 

OIPTEREX SUGAR BAIT FLY KILLER CONTAINS TRICHLORFON 

COWFLY POwOER CONTAINS METHOXYCHtOR 

50M EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

NO. 2 CHLOROANE INSECTICIDE 

PHVGON 50 OICHLONE mETTABLE POMOER FUNGICIDE 

NO-NEED MCPA AMINE 80 MEED KILLER 

RIESS VERMIN KILLER 2X CHLORDANE SURFACE SPRAY 

MCPA AMINE 64 LIQUID FARM WEEDKILLER 

GREEN CROSS mulTI-PURPOSE FLOmER AND VEGETABLE DUST 

STOKPEST POWDER CONTAINS LINDANE 

8T0KPEST LOUSE SPRAY CONCENTRATE CONTAINS LINDANE 

PURINA MALATHION SPRAY 

CALSA AMINE M.C.P.A, WEEDKILLER 



1109 



3220 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 577/76 



06298 


L*T 




06318 


OOW 




06335 


LAT 




06339 


CHV 




06371 


INS 




06373 


SHL 




06575 


3HL 




06U10 


LIE 




06U37 


CMP 




06453 


8TF 




06475 


8TF 




06502 


BRG 




06508 


FMC 




06514 


WE* 




06S30 


MBC 




06549 


PLC 




06583 


BRG 




06630 


OOW 




06639 


RAL 




06702 


8AT 




06713 


LAT 




06721 


8CL 


MAC 


06731 


CH6 


Chm 


06733 


CMC 




06745 


PSA 




06754 


HUE 




06757 


«EC 




06763 


FMC 




06767 


CHV 




06797 


WIL 




06839 


UAJ 




06850 


FHC 




06860 


OUM 


FMC 


06878 


LET 


8RT 


06888 


CLA 




06890 


CLA 




06908 


AMC 


JOS 


06910 


wIL 




06916 


LAT 




06921 


M*Z 




06930 


FMC 




06936 


LAT 




06937 


TUC 




06948 


LAT 




06952 


LAT 




06954 


LAT 




06962 


UAJ 




06967 


STD 




06968 


CAH 


BAU 



lateris garden fungicide 

sodium tca solution grass killer 

later's lime sulphur 

ortho liquid crab grass killer 

b*r-rot wood preservative 

shell mcpa weedkiller amine 80 

2(4«0 liquid weedkiller amine 96 

tim-ber-lox green wood preservative 

phvgon > xl wettable powder fungicioe 

vapam soil .fumigant containing metam sodium 

cvthion 25-wp premium grade malathion 

fairview 50x malathion emul8ifiable concentrate 

grain protectant insecticide contains malathion 

wEEDEX SAFETY BAR 

MARQUETTE AMINE 2,«»0 - HERBICIDE 8ELECTIF LIQUIDS 

PEST CLOR LIQUID 45 (FORMULATED WITH CHLORDANE) 

FAIRVIEW WATER SOLUBLE WARFARIN RAT AND MOUSE KILLER 

KORLAN 24E 

HOG AND CATTLE OUSTING POWDER 

BARTLETT PHVGON XL DICHLONC WETTA8LE POWDER 

LATER'S MALATHION 500 E.C, 

RAX RODENT KILLING POWDER CONTAINS PINDONE 

OVRENE SOX WCTTABLE POWDER FOLIAGE FUNGICIDE 

SLUG BAIT PELLETS KILL SLUGS AND SNAILS 

"REEL" CHLORDANE INSECTICIDE 

MARQUETTE PODDRE ZINE6 3.9* DUST FUNGICIDE 

RECORD'S CREOSOTE WOOD PRESERVATION LIQUID 

NIAGARA METMOXOL EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

ORTHOCIDE 75 SEED PROTECTANT (DRY) 

WILSON'S ANT AND GRUR KILLER CONTAINS SOS CHLORDANE 

CRAG SEVIN SOW (CARBARYL) WETTA8LE POWDER INSECTICIDE 

NIAGARA TEOION 1 EC MITICIOE CONTAINS TETRAOIFON 

OUPHAR TEOION V 18 EXTRA SMOKE GENERATOR INSECTICIDE 

BORERKIL INSECTICIDE PASTE 

METHAR LIQUID CRABGRASS KILLER OISODIUM METHVLAR80NATE 

METHAR POWDER CRABGRASS KILLER 

AMCHEM ROOTONE WITH FUNGICIOE 

WILSON'S TOMATO AND VEGETABLE DUST 

LATER'S SLUG BAIT - CONTAINS METALDtHYOE 

POISON A SOURIS HARC*0 (MARC>0 MICE KILLER) 

NIAGARA MOUSE FEAST > CONTAINS STRYCHNINE 

LATER'S SLUG AND SNAIL KILLER NO. 50, CONTAINS METALDEHVDE 

ACTI-DIONE P.M. FLOWER FUNGICIDE 

LATER'S READY-TO-USE WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

LATER'S EARWIG BAIT 

LATER'S WEEVIL BAIT 

CRAG GLYOPIN SOLUTION PROTECTIVE FUNGICIDE 

STAN-CHEM 2»4-D AMINE 80 WEED KILLER 

"ARNOLD" mETHOXVCHLORSPRAV CARTRIDGE 



1110 



I 



O. Reg. 577/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3221 



06469 


STO 




06970 


GAH 


B*U 


06972 


GAH 


B*U 


0*977 


Cmv 




06960 


HOB 




06994 


CHP 




06996 


LAT 




07026 


NBE 




07029 


NBE 




07030 


FMC 




07053 


PLG 




07037 


PFF 




070«6 


MOt 




07052 


FMC 




07058 


FTS 




07060 


STF 




07062 


STF 




0706a 


FHC 




07076 


PEI 


SCS 


07060 


«Bt 




07066 


FMC 




07106 


*L8 




07113 


*MC 


AMI 


07121 


CHG 


CHH 


07131 


H03 




07162 


»MC 


AMI 


07192 


CHV 




07193 


NJM 




07194 


CMV 




07216 


"lU 




07251 


OLC 


FOB 


0726O 


CMV 




07270 


OUR 




07271 


CHV 




07515 


CVC 




07519 


iVM 




07531 


CllF 




07335 


FMC 




07363 


M8Y 




07576 


MVD 


FER 


07380 


MYO 


FER 


07386 


•*It 




07412 


STO 




07416 


STO 




07426 


FMC 




07434 


CH8 


CHH 


07446 


U«J 


1 



STAN.CHEM MCP* AMINE 80 HEED KIL 

■4RN0L0" MALATMI0N9PRAV 

•iPNOLO" CAPT»N SPRAY 

ORTHOCIDE 65 SEED PROTECTANT (SLURRY FORMULATION) 

PENTAixOL CLEAR FUNGICIOE 

CHLOREA GRANULAR GRASS AND MEEO KILLER CONTAINS SODIUM 

CMLORATE» SODIUM METABORATE 
LATER'S FORMALIN FUNGICIDE SOLUTION FOR SEED TREATMENT 
HERBICIDE MARQUETTE 2,fl«0 AMINE 80 
MARQUETTE MCPA amine 64 HERBICIDE 
ETHION 5 GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 
SODAR CRABGRASS KiL 

CALSA MEED BANE AMInE 2,a«D MEED KILLER 
VE6ADEX EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 
THIODAN 3 OUST INSECTICIDE WITH END08ULFAN 
FI80NS OIAZINON 5k GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 
EPTAM 7,2«E SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 
EPTAM 5 6 

NIAGARA OALAPON GRaSSKILLER SOLUBLE POMOER 
RVAMCIDE 50 w.P, MICRO-MILLED 
MARQUETTE CUCURBIT DUST INSECTICIDE-FONGICIOE 
AMINE 60 BRUSHKILLER 111 LIQUID HERBICIDE 
NO-mEED mcPA sodium salt 46 KEED KILLER 
xEEDONE 2«a-D NEED KILLER 638 
DVLOX 50S SOLUBLE POMOER INSECTICIDE 

1«18 SOLIGNUM HYHRO CREOSOTE MOOD PRESERVATIVE LIQUID 
AMITROL-T LIQUID AMITROLE mEEOKILLER 
ORTMO PHAlTan 50 HETTaBLE PONDER FUNGICIDE 
MOUSE-NIP 

OPThO PHAlTAn rose and garden FUNGICIDE 
MILSON'S ALL PURPOSE FUNGICIDE 
OlIN • OUINTOZENE (TERRACLOR) SOIL FUN6ICIDC 
ORTHO HOME ORCHARD SPRAY CONTAINS CAPTAN MALATHION 

AND mEThOXYChlOR (INSECTICIO 
DURAL'S MOOD PRESERVATIVE 

ORTHOCIDE 75-1 SEED PROTECTANT (SLURRY FORMULATION) 
CYPREX DOOINE 65-»< FUNGICIDE 
AVMOR-KIL RESIDUAL INDUSTRIAL INSECTICIDE 
CaRBYNE mild oat HERBICIDE 

niagara liquid crabgrass killer 

cohpitox mecoprop potassium salt solution meeokiller 

bugonex house plant bug killer spray 

bugonex african violet bug spray 

milsonis dormant spray liquid li^e sulrhur 

STAN-CHEM SELECTIVE HERBICIDE CHLORRROPHAM 

STAN-CHEM SELECTIVE GRANULAR HERBICIDE 

TFOION MP MITICIOE CONTAINS TETRAOIFON 

CO-RAL 0.5X DUST ANIMAL INSECTICIDE CONTAINS COUMAPHOS 

CRAG SEVIN 85M (CARBARVL) 8PRAYABLE PONDER INSECTICIDE 



nil 



3222 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 577/76 



07456 


FHC 




orafio 


STF 




07«b2 


STF 




0750a 


8»F 




07S10 


FMC 




07512 


PLG 


FMC 


07545 


RAM 




07558 


FUM 




07559 


AMC 


AMI 


075«'0 


FLR 




07572 


INT 




07615 


SHW 




07616 


FMC 




07624 


FMC 




07653 


CL* 




07635 


HAP 




07659 


CHP 




076«7 


CHG 


CHH 


07667 


RAL 




07666 


ROM 




07670 


ROR 




07671 


JOH 




07674 


CHV 




07676 


GCP 




07667 


L*T 




07695 


CHP 




07695 


PEN 




07697 


CYC 




07698 


LAT 




07715 


PLG 




07717 


BAT 




07727 


AL8 




07739 


NOZ 




077<ll 


NO? 




07705 


AMC 


AMI 


07753 


PFF 




07754 


INT 




07757 


FMC 




07761 


ALS 




07612 


STO 




07614 


GAP 




07619 


GCP 




07629 


FI3 




07635 


HEC 




07639 


BRT 




07655 


ABE 




07659 


CHP 




07673 


MUl 





MALATHION 50 SPRAY INSECTICIDE 

FOLPET (PHALTAN) 50.WP AGRICULTURAL FUNGICIDE 

FOLPET (PHALTAN) 75-KP AGRICULTURAL FUNGICIDE 

LINDANE 2X 

ETHION SUPERIOR OIL 90 EMULSIFIABLE INSECTICIDE 

OuPHAR TEDION V 16 SMOKF GENERATOR MITICIOE 

RAMLEIGH ROACH AND ANT KILLER 

FLOREX INSECTICIDE OE CONTACT ET D'ATMOSPMERE 

AMIZOL SOLUBLE POWDER WEED KILLER 

FLORFX POUR FERME FT BFSTIAUX INSECTICIDE 

CO-OP OALAPON GRASS KILLER 

KFM WOOD PENTA SEALER-PRESERVATIVE (CLEAR) NO, 453 

GaRB^O for GARBAGE CANS 

NIAGARA THIODAN 2 ZINER 5 OUST INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE 

SUPER METHAR LIQUID CRABGRASS KILLER 

36-105 CLEAR LIQUID WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

RF6L0NE CONTAINS OtOUAT , A LIQUID HERBICIDE 

OYLOX 5X GRANULAR CROP INSECTICIDE 

FLY BAIT (DRY KILLER) CONTAINS DICHLORUOS 

RnZ-TOX KP-l GREEN WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

ROZ-TOX WP-2 CLEAR WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

RAID PRESSURIZED ANT AND ROACH KILLER WITH CHLORDANC 

ORTHO FLY KILLER EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 

GREEN CROSS DOG FLEA POWDER CONTAINING C0UHAPH08 

LATER^S DALAPON WETTABLE POWDER GRASS KILLER 

BOREA GRANULAR NON-SELECTIVE GRASS AND WEED KILLER 

PE8TR0Y STORED PROPUCTS INSECTICIDE 

AMITROLE 90 WEEDKILLER 

LATER'S CHLOROANE 500 E.C, INSECT SPRAY 

SKOOT REPELLENT FOR RABRITS» MICE AND DEER 

BARTLETT THIRAM REPELLENT - RABBIT AND RODENT REPELLENT 

CALMIX MAINTENANCE WEED AND GRASS KILLER 

CUSTOM GRADE GUARD INSECT REPELLENT 

CUSTOM GRADE GUARD EXTRA STRENGTH INSECT REPELLENT 

AMIBEN LIQUID PRE-EMERGENT HERBICIDE 

CALSA AMINE SO LIQUID 2,«-D WEED KILLER 

CO-OP ROSE DUST OR SPRAY INSECTICIDE FUNGICIDE 

SEVIN 50 W.P. INSECTICIDE CONTAINS CARBARYL 

CALMIX HOE DOWN QUACK AND BROADLEAF WEED KILLER 

8TAN-CHEM MCPA SODIUM 48 WEED KIL 

6ARD0 11(26 STOCKFLY POWDER 

GREEN CROSS 5X SEVIN 7X COPPER DUST 

FISONS SIMAZINE 4G(4X GRANULAR) HERBICIDE 

ATRA-PELL GRANULAR SOIL STERILANT 

BPOOKOALE-KINGSWAY'S KURALL INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE 

CONTAINS METHOXYCHLOR» MALAT 
WACO CHLOROANE NO, 2 RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 
CHIPMAN MCP BUTYRIC 64 WEEDKILLER 
HUSKOL INSECT REPELLENT 



1112 



0. Reg. 577/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3223 



07676 


CHS 


CHH 


07860 


CMC 


CHH 


0789J 


FMC 




078«5 


CYC 




07917 


PIS 




07921 


CHP 




07952 


CH6 


CHH 


08020 


CHP 




08002 


CCP 




08043 


DO" 




08046 


FMC 




08075 


FHC 




08077 


CHV 




08102 


AHR 




08103 


CAO 




08108 


U*T 




08-125 


FMC 




08127 


FMC 




08140 


L*T 




08144 


L»T 




08151 


U<J 




08156 


FMC 




08159 


CMP 




08166 


CH6 


CHH 


08167 


MOL 




08168 


CHO 




08169 


SR* 




08170 


CHO 




08171 


FMC 




08174 


QUO 




08184 


CHP 




08197 


MOL 




08211 


M8Y 




08223 


BAZ 




08241 


LIE 




06253 


OOM 




08279 


TUC 




08287 


DUU 




08289 


MOO 


PLC 


08325 


CMP 




08342 


CHP 




08349 


CHP 




08350 


CH6 


CHH 


08352 


CHS 


CHH 


0835tt 


KIN 




08370 


SHL 




08371 


FI8 





DVRENE 50X HETTABLr POwDFR TURF FUNGICIDE 

HETA-SVSTOX-R 5X GRANULAR SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 

80L*N 4 EC "EEOKILLER 

CYTROL - AMITROL-T LIOUlD WEEDKILLER 

PRIMATOL *P 5l5 BRAND ATRA2INE 5l5 GRANULAR HERBICIDE 

CHIPHAN 74X SOLUBLE POWDER HERBICIDE 

BAY 29493 St OUST ORNAMENTAL INSECTICIDE 

CHIPMAN GRANULAR DRIVEmAV mEEDKILLER 

SEVIN SOW INSECTICIDE 

RUELENE 25 E POUR 

RODENT REPELLENT CONTAINING THIRAH 

CAPTAN 50 FUNGICIDE SPRAY WETTABLE POnDER 

ORTHO GREENHOUSE OIBROm INSECTICIDE CONTAINING NALED 

MIST-AIR POWDER 

BULLDOG GRIP wOOO PRESERVATIVE 

LATER'S LIQUID POLYSUL - SUPERIOR LIME SULPHUR 

MCP 80 AMINE WEEDKILLER CONTAINING MCPA 

ETHION 2,7 DORMANT OIL EHULSIFIA8LE INSECTICIDE 

LATER'S ONION MAGGOT GRANULES - CONTAINING ETHION 

LATER'S 19t ZINEB DUST FUNGICIDE 

CRAG SEViN SOS (CARBARYL) SPRAYABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 

ZINEB 15 MUSHROOM OUST FUNGICIDE 

CMIPMAN LAWN WEEDKILLER LIQUID MgcOPROP PLUS 2,4«0 

CO«RAL NEGUVON PRESSURIZED SPRAY 

AVAOEX BH (TRIALLATE) SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 

POL-NU PAK GROUND LINE POLE TREATMENT BANDAGE 

META SLUG PELLETS 

POL*NU PEnTA PRESERVATIVE GREASE 

MECOTURF as LIQUID WEEDKILLER CONTAINS MECOPRQP 

DU PONT APA8AN 42S THIRAM FUNGICIDE AND REPELLENT 

SrviN 85M, SPRAYABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 

vegaoex granular selective herbicide 
tropotox plu8-fc4 mcpb/mcpa sodium salts 

solution selective weedkrle 
basfapon grass killer 

tim.ber*l0x fun6icide0 wood preservative 4421 
mcpa sodium salt 48 farm weedkiller solution 
barnfly spray residual concentrate 
du pont lorox linuron meed killer 
pentac wp miticioe 
keltmane 3> dust miticide 

ThIODAN It OUST CONTAINS EnOOSULFAN INSECTICIDE 
CMIPMAN I,F, DUAL PURPOSE SEED TREATMENT 

DEXON-TERRACLOR 5>5 GRANULAR SOIL FUNGICIDE 

OEXON 5X GRANULAR SOIL FUNGICIDE 

KING FRUIT TREE SPRAY POWDER INSECTICIDE FUNGICIDE CONTAININC 

MALATHION METHOXYCMLOR CAPTAN 

VAPONA INSECTICIDE LIVESTOCK SPRAY CONTAINS DICHLORVOS 

FI80N8 R060R «0 EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID INSECTICIDE 



1113 



3224 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 577/76 



06573 


ALS 




08S93 


STF 




06401 


DOW 




OeuOtt 


DOO 




06406 


POO 




oeuia 


NHL 




06419 


L*T 




06443 


CHP 




0644S 


ABE 




06451 


USB 


C8U 


064SS 


FMC 




06466 


MBE 




06469 


INT 




06480 


INT 




06491 


UAF 




06S00 


STF 




06505 


UAF 




06507 


UAF 




06524 


INT 




06525 


CHP 




06546 


MBE 




06556 


»0H 




08567 


CYC 




06570 


FMC 




06573 


NAA 




06580 


mAK 


WAL 


06584 


GCP 




06566 


CHG 


CHH 


08593 


MBY 




08595 


M8Y 




08620 


BAT 




08624 


ABE 




08643 


BRG 




06644 


TUC 




06652 


CHO 




06660 


BIE 




06676 


WIL 




08699 


''IL 




08701 


ROH 




06746 


TUC 




08751 


PLA 


GIE 


08768 


CH6 


CHH 


08770 


CHG 


CHH 


06772 


TUC 




06775 


PLG 




08781 


8HL 





ACS GRASS KILLER (SODIUM TCA 94X) 

TILLAM 7,2 -E SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 

DAIRY BARN AND LIVESTOCK SPRAV INSECTICIDE CONTAINS RONNEL 

C.C.C, PENT0L-5X TECHNICAL PENTACHLOROPHENOL 

C.C.C, CREOSOTE OIL - 97X 

CRESANOL • 20 TAR ACIO DISINFECTANT 

LATER'S PYRETHRUM EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 

CHIPMAN MANEB-ENDOSULFAN DUST INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE 

WACO ,5« LINDANE RESIDUAL SOLUTION 

MONOBOR-CMLORATE WEED AND GRASS KILLER 

GAROENALL GARDEN OUST«KILLS INSECTS^ CONTROLS DISEASES, 

CONTAINS ZtNEB, ENDOSULFAN A 
MARQUETTE INSECTICIDE ET FONGICIDE POUR ARBRES FRUITIERS 
CO-OP LIQUID LAWN WEED KILLER CONTAINS 2«4-D AMINE 
CO-OP MALATHION INSECT SPRAY 
SUMMIT 2,a-D AMINE 800Z. WEED KILLER 
CAPTAN 65 SEED PROTECTANT 
"SUMMIT" mCPA amine 64 WEED KILLER 
SUMMIT MCPA AMINE 6002. WEED KILLER 
CO-OP PREMIUM LAWN WEED KILLER 
ChLOREA S granular grass AND WEED KILLER 
MARQUETTE VAPONA FLY BAIT CONTAINS DICHL0RV08 
DTTHANE M.45 AGRICULTURAL FUNGICIDE 
CYGON 2-E EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 
POLYRAM 80 W FUNGICIDE 

ERA INSECTICIDE FOR RESISTANT ROACHES 
WATKINS PLY BAIT CONTAINING DICHLORV08 
GREEN CROSS DOVP MALATHION FLY KILLER 

MORESTAN 25% wETTAPlE POWDER MITTCIDE FUNGICIDE INSECTICIDE 
SUPER COMPITOX LIQUID LAWN WEEDKILLER 
COMPITOX WEEDKILLER FOR TURF 
BAHTLETT METHOXYCHLDR 50X w.P, INSECTICIDE 
WACO 500M MALATHION EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 
FAIRVIEw WEED COP/MCPA/AMINE 60 WEED KILLER 
FLYMOR PREMIUM FLY SPRAY CONTAINS OICHLORVOS 
POL-KAP GREASE - WOOD PRESERVATIVE 
BIKOE OIAZINON RESIDUAL INSECT SPRAY 

WILSON'S PROLIN RAT AND MOUSE KILLER - BACON AND CHEESE ftAVlQ 
WILSON'S PROLIN CONCENTRATE CONTAINS WARFARIN AND 
SULFAOUINOXALINE 

STAM F.54 POST-EMERGENCE HERBICIDE EOR POTATOES 
BOTRAN 50W FUNGICIDE CONTAINS DICHLORAN 
DAIRY-FEZ FORMULA 1, VAPONA ANIMAL SPRAY CONTAINS 
OICHLORVOS 

8AYC0N iX ROACH BAIT INSECTICIDE 
BAYGON SPRAY CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 
BDTRAN 75w FUNGICIDE 
PLANT.FUME SMOKE FUMIOATOR 
VAPONA INSECTICIDE FOGGING SOLUTION CONTAINS OICHLORVOS 



1114 



O. Reg. 577/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3225 



08791 


8T0 




0879} 


fNC 




08798 


SIO 




08799 


STO 




08800 


SIO 




08801 


STD 




08804 


USB 


C8U 


08808 


CH6 


CHH 


08810 


rMc 




0B81S 


rue 




08817 


FMC 




08819 


CMP 




08827 


FHC 




088S6 


PRO 




08842 


MBE 




08845 


QAM 




08809 


RAM 




088S2 


USB 


CBU 


08860 


FI8 




08862 


*HC 


AMI 


0866U 


»MC 


AMI 


08871 


AMC 


AMI 


08905 


ME* 




08911 


FMC 




OB920 


FRO 




08923 


G*P 




08925 


FMC 




08933 


GCP 




08950 


CH6 


OHM 


08961 


HBY 




08963 


OIA 




08971 


L*T 




08975 


CHP 




08983 


L*T 




08988 


VIT 


VIR 


08990 


SMC 




08991 


FMC 




08994 


NCC 




09001 


SAL 




09009 


CMP 




09017 


8HL 




09025 


*MC 


AMI 


09033 


U»T 




0903a 


L*T 




09055 


8TF 




09057 


STF 





STANGARD PENTA REA0V-T0-U8E fOOO PRESERVATIVE 

LieuiO MONOER KEEOER FOR DELUXE LAHN8 CONTAINS MECOPROP AND 

2,4.0 

CROSS COUNTRV MALATMION SO SPRAY INSECTICIDE 

STANEARO PEnTA HR CONCENTRATE t-a MOOD PRESERVATIVE 

CROSS COUNTRY CHICKHEEO AND CLOVER KILLER 

STANGaRO PENTA MRt REAOV-TO«USE xOOO PRESERVATIVE 

TIH.BOR A SOLUBLE PONDER FOR PREVENTION OF FUN6AL AND INSECT 

ATTACK ON LUM9ER 

OYRENE LAWN FUNGICIDE MP 

AMSOL 96 LIQUID HERBICIDE CONTAINS 2*4*0 AMINE 

DORMANT OIL 

ZINEB 75 H FUNGICIDE 

CmIPman slug killer PELLETSf CONTAINS METALOEMVOE 

kolo fruit spray contains captan, carbaryl# tetradifon 

pres>sure ant and roach residual spray 

marquette formaldehyde 37 fungicide 

ramlei6h dichlorvos cattle and barn spray 

ramleich dicmlorvos dry fly bait 

mon08or-chl0rate granular nonselective meed i grass killer 

ojazinon garden spray 

vegiben liquid 

vegiben granular pre-emergent herbicide 

AMIBEN GRANULAR 

HEEDEX GRASS KILLER • A HETTABLC POHOER MJTH OALAPOM 

MCP 48 SODIUM SALT MEEOKILLER 

FRANKLIN RRICON BACKRUBBER INSECTICIDE CONCENTRATE 

6AR00 NO, 34 LIVESTOCK AND BARN INSECTICIDE SPRAY 

AFOLAN BRAND LINURON 50 M MEEOKILLER 

GREEN CROSS AMMATE X 

OYLOX LIQUID SOLUTION ORNAMENTAL INSECTICIDE 

A6RIT0X MCRA POTASSIUM SALT SELECTIVE MEEDKILLCR 

DACTHAL N.75 SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 

LATER'S SLUG AND SNAIL KILLER • CONTAINS meTALOEMYDE 

ChIPmAN MECOPROP AMINE 64 SELECTIVE WEEDKILLER 

LATER'S MEEOALL CONTAINS MECOPROP AND 2.4-D 

LEThaLAIRE G-68 AEROSOL INSECTICIDE 

251 NEMAGON GRANULES SOIL FUMIQanT 

pyramen son herbicide 

back rubber concentrate 

dr. salsbury's sevin pfst spray 

CHIPMAN mcPB sodium PLUS MCPA POTASSIUM ISll MIXTURE SELECTIVE 

MEEOKILLER 

SHELL MCPA MEEOKILLER SODIUM SALT 46 CONTAINS MCPA 

AMITROL PRESSURIZED SPRAY 

LATERiS 2,4-0 AMINE 80 - SELECTIVE mEEO KILLER 

LATER'S lOX METHOXYCHLOR OUST 

BETASAN 7 GRANULAR HERBICIDE 

BETASAN a«E EMULSIFIABLE HERBICIDE 



1115 



3226 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 577/76 



0906a 


L*T 


09075 


ALR 


09082 


OUQ 


09094 


Rl* 


09097 


GAL 


09090 


NOT 


09099 


GCP 


0910J 


WIL 


09110 


HOS 


0913J 


TUC 


09150 


NAC 


09155 


HBE 


09158 


FI3 


09171 


LAI 


09172 


GCP 


09177 


CBE 


09178 


INT 


09180 


3HL 


09162 


8HL 


09183 


RAL 


09l8tt 


ELA 


09186 


SHL 


09191 


GCP 


09195 


INT 


09197 


INT 


09199 


INT 


09207 


LAT 


09210 


CHP 


09213 


JUO 


09220 


SIP 


0922a 


6R0 


09232 


FMC 


092«3 


GRA 


092«5 


FMC 


09256 


M8Y 


09257 


ELA 


09260 


LAT 


09270 


M8E 


0927a 


M8E 


0928a 


CHP 


09286 


NAC 


09290 


CBL 


09292 


UNR 


09294 


OUH 



MCG 



NAC 



FMC 



LATER'8 PREMIUM STOCK SPRAY 

THIRAM M THIRAM-MERCURV TURF FUNGICIDE 

MANZATE MANE8 FUNGICIDE 

RIESS PROLIN RAT KILLER CONCENTRATE 

PEAK OF THE MARKET 3,5X ZINEB OUST 

CHEW-NOT ANIMAL REPELLENT 

GREEN CROSS COMPLETE POTATO AND VEGETABLE OUST 

WILSON'S MULTI-WEEOER 

10-10 SUPER SOLIGNUM CLEAR WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

COWFLY SPRAY AND BACKRUB8ER CONCENTRATE 

NATIONAL CHEMSEARCH TURF-CIOE INSECTICIDE 

INSECTICIDE AU D.D.V.P. POUR VAPORISER SUR LES BESTIAUX 

FISONS CHLORnSENZILATE 50E 

FLOMOR PARAFORMALDEHYDE PELLETS 

GREEN CROSS SEVIN 50 W INSECTICIDE 

CANADIAN TIRE AMINE 40 2.4-0 LIQUID WEED KILLER 

CO-OP MCPA AMINE 80 LIQUID WEED KILLER 

CIOORIN INSECTICIDE BACK RUBBER SOLUTION 

CIOORIN 20 EMULSIBLE CONCENTRATE LIVESTOCK INSECTICIDE 

PURINA DAIRY SPRAY SPECIAL READY TO USE OIL BASE INSECTICIDE 

GREENFIELD WEED PREVENTER - GRANULAR, FOR FLOWER BEDS* AND 

SHRUBBERY WITH TRITLUHALIN 1,4 

CIOVAP * INSECTICIDE LIVESTOCK SPRAY 

GREEN CROSS MECOPROP LIQUID HERBICIDE 

CO-OP FLY GRANULES (CONTAINS OICHLORVOS) 

CO-OP GRANULAR SOIL STERILANT, WEED AND GRASS KILLER 

CO-OP GRASS AND WEED KILLER GRANULAR 

LATER'S SLUG AND SNAIL KILLER PELLETS 

CHIPMAN GARDEN FUNGICIDE 

KILLER KANE JET WEEDKILLER POWDER PELLETS CONTAINING 2,4-0 AND 

FFNOPROP 

CROSS COUNTRY SLUG AND SNAIL PELLETS CONTAINS METALDEHYDE 

ORCHARD LIME SULPHUR SOLUTION 

MECOTURF PLUS 2,a-D LIQUID WEEDKILLER CONTAINS MECOPROP 

AND 2,4-0 
GREENLEAF LIME SULPHUR SOLUTION 
SYSTEMIC CYGON 2-E - KILLS GARDEN INSECTS 
PLANO-TOX-801 2,4-D AMINE SOLUTION SELECTIVE WEEDKILLER 
ELANCO TREFLAN E.C. A SELECTIVE WEEDKILLER 
LATER'S PREMIUM WEED KILLER CONTAINS MECOPROP AND 

2,a-D 
MARQUETTE HCPA SODIUM SALT 08 HERBICIDE 

MARQUETTE FUNGICIDE AND INSECTICIDE DUST CONTAINS COPPER AND 
CAR6ARYL 

METHOXONE AMINE 80 MCPA LIQUID WEEDKILLER 
CHEMWEED-26S SELECTIVE WEED KILLER CONTAINS MECOPROP 
CAROEL LIVESTOCK SPRAY (CONTAINS DICHLORVOS) 
LIQUID ALANAP PLUS WEEDKILLER 
DU PONT TUPERSAN SIDURON WEED KILLER 



1116 



O. Reg. 577/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3227 



04300 


SCP 


09511 


FHC 


0Q312 


CHP 


0«31(» 


L*T 


09319 


8TF 


09331 


PEN 


09350 


6CP 


093641 


NAP 


09372 


9«f 


09383 


SAN 


09390 


H^B 


09391 


NON 


0939a 


ecp 


09396 


8TF 


09399 


CYC 


09000 


C8R 


09001 


CBR 


09002 


CBR 


09405 


C8R 


09000 


CHH 


09018 


ris 


09019 


CHM 


09023 


PLC 


09a3a 


CMC 


09036 


GBR 


09038 


CBR 


09001 


CHP 


09008 


8ML 


09057 


CMP 


09059 


SAN 


09O65 


CMV 


09O73 


SHL 


09«77 


tCK 


09082 


FMC 


09060 


JOM 


09091 


CCP 


09092 


MBE 


09o9o 


MBE 


09O98 


CH6 


09509 


CHG 


09512 


CHP 


09513 


xIL 


09516 


PFF 


09517 


FIS 


09520 


DIT 


09523 


FHC 



HIZ 



MC** 

MCM 



MCM 

riCM 



ELZ 



CHH 



GREEN CROSS GENERAL PURPOSE CATTLE OUST 

ETHION 2X SUPERIOR 70 OIL EHULSIFIA8LE INSECTICIDE 

CHIPMAN METHflKVCHLOR 50N INSECTICIDE 

LATER'S ZINEB 80 M.P, FUNGICIDE 

CAPTAN 7.5 DUST AGRICULTURAL FUNGICIDE 

PESTROY AEROSOL INSECTICIDE SPACE AND CONTACT SPRAV C0NTAININ6 

PvRETHRINS AND PIPERONVL BUTnx 

GREEN CROSS KILLEX LIBUID CONTAINS 2»a*D, DICAMBA AND 

HECOPROP 
PRE-SAN EHUL8IFIABLE - A SELECTIVE HERBICIDE FOR TURF 
PRO VAPO FLY INSECTICIDE STRIP CONTAINS DICHL0RV08 
8ANFAX ROACH IN ANT KILLER LIQUID 

AZAK SELECTIVE PRE>EMERGENCE HERBICIDE SOX METTABLE POMDER 
H,P. LIQUID IN8ECTICIDF 
GREEN CROSS THIOGREEN FUNGICIDE 
ZINEB 75-w AGRICULTURAL FUNGICIDE 
ABATE «E EHULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 
FORMULA CH>19 AN INSECTICIDE FOGGING SOLUTION 
FORMULA 6H*16 INSECTICIDE FOGGING SOLUTION 
FORMULA GH«18, AN INSECTICIDE FOGGING SOLUTION 

FORMULA GH*ot Fungicide fogging solution containing copper 

OYLOX-META-SYSTOX-R MULT I -PURPOSE SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 

DIAZINON 5S GRANULAR LAwN AND GARDEN INSECT KRLCR 

NEGUVON POUR-ON CATTLE INSECTICIDE CONTAINS TRICHLORFON 

PLANT FOG CHLOROBENZILATE THERMAL FOGGING SOLUTION 

NECUVON BOS SOLUBLE POWDER ANIMAL INSECTICIDE 

FORMULA 6H-2T INSECTICIDE FOGGING SOLUTION 

FORMULA GH-33 MiTICIOE FOGGING SOLUTION 

CHIPHAN ZINEB-ENDDSULFAN FUNGICIOE-INSECTICIDE DUST 

CIOVAP-INSECTICIDE 

MEEDRITE PARAQUAT AND DIQUAT GRANULES 

SANFAX INSECTO JET - STREAM KILLER 

ORTHO SUPEP MEED>6«60N SPRAY 

VaPONA INSECTICIDE 

MAIN LINE GOPHER GETTER BAIT CONTAINING STRYCHNINE 

DRIVEWAY GRANULAR WEEDKILLER, FOR GRANULAR OR SPRAY APPLICATION 

CONTAINS MONOBAR>CHLORATE AND 

RAID BUGGY WHIP RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE • PRESSURIZED 

GREEN CROSS 01 AZINON-C APTAN SEED TREATMENT 

MARQUETTE SEVIN 50X INSECTICIDE 

MARQUETTE aOS CHLOROANE EMULSION CONCENTREE 

MORESTAN 2X OUST MITICIDE • INSECTICIOE-FUNGICIDC 

TENORAN 50X HP HERBICIOE CONTAINS CHLOROXURON- 

REGLONE«A HERBICIDE FOR CONTROL OF WATER WEEDS 

WILSONiS 51 CHLORDANE DUST INSECTICIDE 

PFIZER HCPA AMINE 80 LIQUID FARM WEED KRLER 

BASUDIN toG-CONTAlNS DIAZINON tax GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 

DIAZINON 2D m 2X DUST FOR COCKROACH CONTROL 

POLYRAM 7 DUST FUNGICIDE 



1117 



3228 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 577/76 



09526 


DOW 




09535 


REC 




09537 


INT 




095«7 


PFF 




09552 


JUR 


FMC 


09553 


DIB 


OIA 


095Sa 


L*T 




09555 


PLG 




09556 


CHP 




09578 


MET 




09562 


STF 




0956a 


MAP 




09566 


AL8 




09602 


MOU 




09603 


GCP 




09613 


LAT 




0961a 


L*T 




09631 


GCP 




0963U 


CHP 




09636 


fMC 




096O0 


CVC 




096ai 


CYC 




096U2 


CYC 




09609 


PLG 




09656 


INT 




09660 


STF 




09661 


FMC 




09669 


ROH 




09675 


PIJ 




09691 


STF 




09697 


INT 




0970a 


L*T 




09706 


LAT 




09707 


LAT 




09712 


OIT 




09717 


PLG 




0972a 


PLG 




09726 


CHV 




09727 


PLG 




09731 


VI6 




09737 


FMC 




09736 


STF 




09740 


V16 





2,U-0 AMINE 60 LIQUID FARM WEED KILLER 

PENTA-PHENOL PAINTABLE WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

CO»OP FRUIT AND SHRUB LETTABLE POWDER, SPRAY OR DUST 

INSECTICIDE, FUNGICIDE 
PFIZER 2,a<>0 AMINE SO LIQUID FARM MEED KILLER 
KILLER KANE KARTRIDGES FOR DANDELIONS AND 6R0ADLEAF MEEDS 
DACAMINE LIQUID 2,(1-0 WEED KILLER 
LATER'S LIQUID MECOPROP SELECTIVE WEED KILLER 
PLANTCO MiTICIOE-FUNGICIOE-INSECTICIDE OUST 

CHIPMAN GREENHOUSE DUST CONTAINS MORESTAN MITIC1DE"IN8ECTICI0E« 
FUNGICIDE 

METASOL THIRAM.MERCURY TURF FUNGICIDE POWDER 
CAPTAN eo-wp FUNGICIDE 
CALOoGRAN BRAND MERCURIAL FUNGICIDE FUR SNOW MOLD 

CONTROL 
ACS 7ttX OALAPON GRASS KILLER SOLUBLE POWDER 
RAMROD 65 WETTABLE POWDER WEEDKILLER 
GREEN CROSS CaSORON GRANULAR HERBICIDE 
LATEP'S NEMAGON EMULSIFIABLE NEMATOCIDE 
LATER'S 25% NEHAGON GRANULAR NEMATOCIDE 
GREEN CROSS PATORAN 50 W.P. HERBICIDE 
CHIPMAN POTATO SEED PIECE DUAL PURPOSE TREATMENT 
PRO-TURF FUNGICIDE 50X W.P. CONTAINS OVRENE 
ABATE 1-G GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 
ABATE 2-G GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 
ABATE 5-G GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 
PROTEXALL GARDEN DUST INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE 
CO-OP SLUG BAIT CONTAINS METALDEHYOE 
SEVIN a FLOWABLE INSECTICIDE 
LIQUID CHLOROANE ttO SPRAY INSECTICIDE 

OITHANE M-22 SPECIAL w.P. mANEB AGRICULTURAL FUNGICIDE 
TCA COUCH GRASS CONTROL SOLUBLE POWDER 

CAPTAN SP n FLOWABLE SEED PROTECTANT AGRICULTURAL FUNGICIDE 
CO-OP WATER SOLUBLE RAT AND MOUSE KILLER CONTAINS WARFARIN 
LATER'S ROSE DUST • INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE CONTAINS 

ZINEB, SULPHUR, ROTENONE AND 
LATER'S BULB PLANTING DUST WITH CHLORDANE AND CAPTAN 
LATER'S GOLDEN GARDEN DUST AND DINOCAP 
WARFARIN POWDER CONCENTRATE 

PROTEXALL GARDEN SPRAY CONTAINS CARBARYL, ZINEB 
PLANTCO 7,SX CAPTAN GREENHOUSE FUNGICIDE OUST 
ISOTOX INSECTICIOE-MITICIDE GARDEN SPRAY CONTAINS 

CARBARYL, DICOFOL AND OXYDEM 
PLANTCO 3,9X ZINEB GREENHOUSE FUNGICIDE OUST 
VIGORO CRABGRASS PRERENTER WITH DACTHAL 
P0M06REEN LIQUID ROSE SPRAY CONTAINS OODINE* 

CYCLOMEXIMIDE ( ACTI-DIONE ) ,E 
IMIOAN 50-WP INSECTICIDE 
VIGORO DANDELION KILLER 



1118 



O. Reg. 577/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3229 



04746 


FMC 




09750 


*Bt 




09751 


GCP 




09755 


CGC 




09759 


SCO 




09762 


FMC 




09765 


CHP 




09772 


INT 




09770 


REC 




09777 


N*L 




09600 


MBE 




09801 


NIL 




09803 


6R* 




0980b 


HBE 




09809 


PMC 




09811 


GCP 




09818 


FMC 




09820 


DE* 




09821 


L*T 




09823 


L*T 




09820 


ABE 




09827 


CHH 




09832 


DIB 


OIA 


09840 


00m 




09842 


PLC 




09851 


SUM 


8HH 


09852 


U*J 




09853 


DOW 




09855 


»»IL 




09858 


PFF 




09863 


FMC 




09874 


SUM 


8HH 


09876 


VEL 




09878 


GCP 




09888 


CHV 




09892 


MBE 




09898 


INT 




09899 


INT 




09900 


KEM 




09901 


AMC 


AMI 


09903 


AMC 


AMI 


09905 


AL8 




09906 


AMC 


AMI 


09909 


AMC 


AMI 


09910 


SHU 




09911 


SML 




09917 


CMP 




09920 


KEM 





ONION MAGGOT KILLER GRANULAR INSECTICIDE*FUNeiCIDE 

46t CHLORDANE EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

GARDEN. TOX INSECT SPRAY 

GARDEN • TOX LAWN AND GARDEN INSECT CONTROL CONTAINS DIAZINON 

RATOX 0,5s APPAT A LA MARFARINE CONCENTR EE 0.5S 

POLVRAM-OTAZINON OUST POTATO SEED TREATMENT 

CHlPMAN CAPTAN.METHOXYCMLOR 75-3 SEED PROTECTANT 

CO>OP MARBLE KILLER E.C. 

RECORD'S CRE80ZENE (CONTAINS 17X CRESVLIC ACIO) 

2,4.0 AMINE LIQUID MEED KILLER 

PRIMO LIVESTOCK SPRAY INSECTICIDE 

MlLSONiS 2E LIQUID SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 

6REENLEAF SUPREME EMULSIFIABLE FOLIAGE AND DORMANT OIL 

MARQUETTE GRANULAR INSECT ICIDE.FUNGICIDE 

ANT AND GRUB KILLER CONTAINS CHLORDANE DUST 

KILLEX TURF HERBICIDE LIQUID (DOUBLE STRENGTH) 

NON.»<ERCURY SEED PROTECTANT FUNGICIDE POmOER 

OEANCO TIMBERGAPO GREEN MOOD PRESERVATIVE 

LATERiS INDUSTRIAL 3S CHLORDANE INSECT SPRAY 

LATER'S OOOINE fc9M FUNGICIDE 

waco 65.20 mal-thane fogging oil concentrate 

oylox 80< soluble pomoer insecticide 

oaconil 2787 fungicide m,p. for turf 

oom sodium tca inhibited grass and conifer killer 

plantco ornamental miticide 

flora. fog vapona greenhouse fogging solution insecticioc 

containing dicml0rv08 

8evin 20 percent granular insecticide 

mcpa amine 80 liquid farm weedkiller 

richardson's bedbug spray contains lindane ' 

pfizer mcpa sodium 48 liouto weed kill 

patoran son mettable pomder herbicide 

flora-fog pentac greenhouse miticide fogging solution 

velsicol chlordane 25x granular soil insecticide 

GREEN CROSS 251 CHLORDANE GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 

ORTHO BUG.6ETA IX mETALDEHyDE PELLETS 

MARQUETTE MCPA LIQUID WEEDKILLER 

CO.OP CIODRIN. VAPONA LIVESTOCK SPRAY FOR FLY CONTROL 

CO. OP CIODRIN. VAPONA BACKRUBBER SOLUTION INSECTICIDE 

RIOOEX 200 FOGGING INSECTICIDE SOLUTION 

AMCHEM mEEOONE pre. EMERGENCE CRABGRASS CONTROL LIQUID 

SUPER MEEOONE LIQUID 

ACS GRASS KILLER (SODIUM TCA 90X) GRANULAR 

ACP GRASS KILLER (SODIUM TCA 90X) PELLETS 

LIQUID AMIZINE WEEDKILLER 

6ARD0NA 75X 

6ARD0NA INSECTICIDE 20 ENULSIBLE CONCENTRATE 

CHIPMAN LIVESTOCK SPRAY INSECTICIDE 

RIOOEX MALATHION SO INSECTICIDE 



1119 



3230 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 577/76 



09921 
0992^ 

09927 
09933 

09936 

099a6 
099SS 
09958 
09959 
09965 
09975 
09976 
09977 
09978 
099H2 
099l!t3 
09986 
09987 
09989 
09990 
09995 
09997 
10001 
10002 

10003 

looia 

10019 

too2P 
10023 
1002« 
10038 
100U6 
10051 
10061 
10065 
10066 
10068 
10071 
10077 
10063 
10087 
10091 
10096 



STf 
STF 

STF 
CHI) 

HOL 

SAP 

MOM 
INT 
3AM 
DtT 

niT 

FMC 
GCP 
GCP 
SHL 
FMC 
UCP 
PLG 
GCP 

Mflt: 

SHL 
LEW 
FMC 
GCP 

GCP 
GEK 

STF 

CHV 
wIL 
KVL 
GCP 
COO 

cog 

1)1 T 
MSA 
IMP 
IMP 

ELA 
FMC 
PLG 
STO 
KEL 

AMC 



ML8 



MCC 

AMI 



EPTAM 2,3 GRANULAR FOR FLOWERS AND ORNAMENTALS 
CAPTAN a FLOmaBLE* an aqueous SUSPENSION AGRICULTURAL 

Fungicide 

vfrnam 7,2-e selective pre-plant herbicide for soybeans 

pfrmatox 100 liquid fungicide concentrate for control of 

sap stain mold 

hoi comb inserio - 100 residual insecticide contains 

pvrethrins. piperonyl rutoxioe 

0yna-f06 m-l liquid insecticide concentrate 

tdk e-25 ec selective post. emergence herbicide 

co-op garden maggot killer granules 

lauren-sect insecticide a betail 

chlordane ttoe fmulsifiable liquid insecticide 

halathion 50f emulsifiahlf liquid in8fcticidf 

DALAPON 12.5 GRANULAR HFRfllCTDE 

GREEN CROSS WEEO-NO-MORE 

GREEN CROSS MAGGOT KILLER GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 

RAVAP INSECTICIDE EMULSIBLF CONCENTRATE 

GRANOLAR GARDEN WEED PREVENTER 

GREEN CROSS FRUIT TREE AND GARDEN SPRAY 

Pi ANT FOG O.n.V.P, THfRMAL FOGGING SOLUTION 

GREEN CROSS LIQUID CRAB GRASS KILLER 

MARQUETTE AMMATE-X HERBICIDE 

VAPONA INSECTICIDE INDUSTRIAL FOGGING SOLUTION 

CATTLE GRUB SPRAY LIQUID CONCENTRATE 

SILVISAR 510 LIQUID TREE KILLER CONTAINS CACOOYLIC ACID 

GREEN CROSS SIAPRIT POTATO FUNGICIDE wETTABLE POWDER 

CONTAINS ZINEB 

GREEN CROSS 75t CAPTAN - 3X METHOXYCHLOR 

PROTECTORS FOR LIVESTOCK 

GFRHARDI 

SUTAN 7,2 E SELECTIVE HERBICIDE FOR USE ON FIELD SWEET AND 

SILAGE CORN ON MINERAL SOUS 

ORTHO LAWN LIQUID WFED KILLER CONTAINING 2, 4-0 AMINE 

WILSON'S WEED PREVENTER GRANULES CONTAINING TRIFLURALIN 

MALATHION 50E EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

GRFEN CROSS CYGON 2E 

COOPER KILATHION SOX MALATHION INSECTICIDE 

COOPER SUGAR BAIT FLY KILLER GRANULAR 

SiiLFAHIN ROOFNTICIDE POWDER CONCENTRATE 

WHITMIRE'S WASP-STOPPER 

ESSO MCPA AMlNE-80 LIQUID WEEDKILLER 

ES80 2.«-D AMlNE-80 LIQUID WEEDKILLER 

BALAN E.C, 8ETHR0DINE A SELECTIVE WEEDKILLER 

LIQUID SLUG KILLER CONTAINS METALDEHYOE 

PLANTCO PRE-EMERGENT GRANULAR CRABGHASS KILLER 

8TAN-CHEM SELECTIVE HERBICIDE lOt CMLOPPROPHAM GRANULAR 

HAY SAVOR LIQUID PRESERVATIVE FOR HAY 

WEEOONE POISON IVY KILLER LIQUID CONTAINS AMITROLE 



1120 



I 



O. Reg. 577/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3231 



10099 


AMC 


AMI 


10105 


KEH 




10106 


CAP 




10107 


CAP 




10110 


SHL 




lOlJO 


CCP 




10131 


KIN 




10132 


VAH 




1013« 


SAr 




101 36 


REC 




10150 


HEM 




10166 


6CP 




1017a 


kEm 




10176 


AMC 


AMI 


10178 


8TP 




10179 


STF 




1018$ 


BAT 




lOlBo 


OLh 




10186 


ROM 




10226 


LAT 




10233 


CHH 




10201 


ABE 




10?aj 


PLC 




10245 


CHP 




10286 


SHL 




10253 


CBR 


MCM 


10256 


CMV 




10258 


SAN 




10275 


LEC 




10279 


f AH 


MCC 


10292 


DIT 




1029a 


FMC 




10299 


CEP 




1030O 


-IL 




1030S 


PFF 




10307 


NIL 




10308 


MOL 




10310 


INT 




103ia 


FMC 




10317 


INV 




10319 


COP 





LIQUID X»ALL GENERAL MEED KILLER CONTAINS AHITROLE AND 

8!M*ZINE 

RIDOEX SO-S INSECTICIOEf CONTAINING PVRETHRINS AND 

GARDO NO. «S DIV08 LIVESTOCK SPRAY 

6ARD0 NO, «2 OICYN LIVESTOCK SPRAY INSECTICIDE 

3S CIODRIN INSECTICIDE LIVESTOCK OUSTING PONDER 

GREEN CROSS POTATO SEED-PIECE DUST CONTAINS CAPTAN AND 

0IA2IN0N 

KING BUG KILLEP FLY SPRAY CONTAINING 0ICHL0RV08 

GUARDSMAN MALATHION INSECTICIDE 

VAMAFOG INSECTICIDE FOGGING SOLUTION 

RECORD'S AVENGER FORMULA A K LIQUID INSECT SPRAY 

RIODEX OOVP • 5 INDUSTRIAL FOGGING INSECTICIDE 

GREEN CROSS 2,a>D AMINE 96 NEEOKILLER CONTAINS 2,««D 

LIQUID HERBICIDE 

RIDDEX 65-20 FOGGING INSECTICIDE 

XEEOONE GARDEN mFEDER GRANULAR ■ CHL0RAM8EN 

RO-NEFT 7,2E SELECTIVE PRE-PlANT HERBICIDE 

RO-NEET 10 GRANULAR SELECTIVE PRE-PLANT HERBICIDE 

BARTLETT DlMETHQATE «0X EMuLSIFIABLE INSECTICIDE 

OCHEHCO 2,«-0 LIQUID MEED KILLER AMINE 80 

OITHANE M.4S HANC07EB POTATO SEED-PIECE FUNCICIOC 

LATfR'S TER«ACMU0R 20X DUST - FUNCICIOE 

PAYGON LIQUID CONCENTRATE IN8ECTICIDE 

•ACO 25X mEThoxvChlOR 

PLANTCO FUNGICIDE DUST 

ChLOREA GRANULAR GRASS AND hEEO KILLER 

ix vapona insecticide dust (contains dichlorvos) 

carmel formula mu-8 an insecticide fogging solution containing 

dichlorvos 

ortho triox granular vegetation killer 

sanfax mk - 2*9 non-selective herbicide 

lepage's mater repellent hood preservative contains 

pentachlorophenol 

FtRN«M CV.BAN CIODRIN insecticide EMULSITIABLE DAIRY SPRAT 

AMD niCK-RUBRER CONCENTRATE 

PYRATEX RSC (ROACH SPRAY CONCENTRATE) OIL SOLUTION INSECTICIDE 

CONTAINS PYRETHRINS AND PIPERO 

6AR0ENALL MACGOT KIL 

BP-977 EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE CONTAINS MALATHION AND 

CHinRDANE 

••ILSON'S SLUG BAIT PELLETS CONTAINS meTALDEhyDE 

ACRI-MYCIN L7 FOR FIRE BLIGHT IN PEARS AND APPLES 

HILO KENNEL SPRAY CONTAINS CHLOROANE INSECTICIDE 

AVADEX BM GRANULAR MILD OAT KILLER 

CO-OP STOCK FLY PONDER 

TREE AND SHRUB SPRAY LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

PRESERVATIF POUR HOIS SG-lfl VELVA-CLO CLEAR 

FEOEREE PRESERVATIF POUR BOIS. CLAIR 6 • 1« 



1121 



3232 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 577/76 



10320 


LAV 




10325 


GCP 




10326 


UNH 




10327 


CHV 




10329 


GAH 




10333 


HIU 




10336 


M8f 




10337 


CHP 




10336 


CHP 




l03ua 


CHV 




103U7 


CHP 




10353 


MRE 




1035b 


PLG 




10358 


DI* 




10362 


MBE 




10370 


JUO 


FMC 


10376 


VIN 




10579 


8HL 




10380 


GCP 




10385 


CBK 


MCH 


10387 


INT 




10395 


f<EC 




10397 


PFF 




10399 


PLG 




loaoo 


HfC 




10001 


AMC 


AMI 


1040a 


HVO 


FER 


loaio 


KEH 




ioai3 


FMC 




ioai« 


STF 




ioal6 


INT 




10017 


KfM 




10019 


MEC 




10020 


H*C 




10027 


C8R 


MCM 


10O28 


C8B 


MCM 


10029 


CBrt 


MCH 


10031 


CBR 


MCM 


10O32 


CBH 


MCM 


100S7 


JUO 


FMC 


10005 


CB« 


MCM 


10OO6 


OUO 





LAURfNTIOE PRESERVATIF POUR BOIS, CLAIR G • 10 

GREEN CROSS KILLEX SPOT WEEOER PRESSURIZED SPRAY 

OMITE SOW LETTABLE POWDER MITICIDE 

ORTHO GRANULAR WEEf) PREVENTER WITH TRIFLURALIN 

"ARNOLD" MULTI-PURPOSE SPRAY CARTRIDGE 

HILO KILTIX EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 

CyGON 2-E INSECTICIDE 

CYGON 2E INSECTICIDE 

AGROX N-M DRILL BOX NON-MERCURIAL SEED TREATMENT PONDER 

ORTHO SCRAM DOG REPELLENT BOMB 

EPTAM WEED PREVENTER 

MARQUETTE DALAPON HERBICIDE • 0E8TBUCTEUR DE CHIENQENT 

PLANT FOG PtNTAC MITICIDE FOGGING SOLUTION 

TERHIL FUNGICIDE TABLETS 

MARQUETTE FUNGICIDE CAPTAN 50 

PILL KILL WEED KILLER FOR DANDELIONS AND 8R0A0LEAF WEEDS 

VIO BIN BLACK FARM DISINFECTANT TAR ACID TYPE 

VAPONA INSECTICIDE NO-PEST AEROSOL CONTAINS DICML0RV08, 

PYRETHRINS AND PIPERONYL BllTOX 

LIQUID LIVESTOCK INSECTICIDE SPRAY LIQUID CONTAINS VAPONA 

(DOVP) CRAG FLV RF.PELLENT AND 

FORMULA F-6 EMULSIFIABLE SPRAY INSECTICIDE 

CO-OP 8FVIN 50 WETTABLE POWDFR INSECTICIDE 

RECORD'S FORMULA G LIQUID INSECT SPRAY 

CALSA METHOXYCHLOR 15« EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 

HORMONO 80 WEEDKILLER 

RECORD'S FORMULA 26 • LIQUID INSECT SPRAY 

wEEDAR MCPA AMINE 80 LIQUID HERBICIDE 

DOGONEX DOG REPELLENT OUTDOOR PRESSURIZED SPRAY 

DyCO RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE CONTAINS DIAZINON PYRETHRINS 

PIPERONYL euTOXIDE 
TanDEX GRANULAR HERBICIDE 
SUTAN-ATRAZINE 36-12 WP 

CO-OP POTATO SEED-PIECE 8X FUNGICIDE DUST 

RID-WEED BRUSH AND WEED KILLER LIQUID (CONTAINING AMMONIUM 
SULTAMATE) 

HERTECT 160 THIABENDAZOLE WETTABLE POWDER FUNGICIDE 
UNIVERSAL FLEA-OFF NECKLACE FOR DOGS AND CATS CONTAINS LINDANE 
FORMULA Mu-lO - AN INSECTICIDE FOGGING SOLUTION CONTAINING 
CHLORVOS 

FORMULA Mu-15 • AN INSECTICIDE FOGGING OIL CONCENTRATE 
CONTAINING OICHLORVOS 

FORMULA Mu-16 - AN INSECTICIDE FOGGING SOLUTION 
FORMULA Mu-17 INSECTICIDE FOGGING OIL 
FORMULA MU-20 - EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 
FOGGEH FUEL FOR OUTDOOR INSECT CONTROL 

FORMULA MU-30 INSECTICIDE FOGGING SOLUTION CONTAINING 4,65X 
OICHLORVOS 
OU PONT LONDAX 6 WEED KILLER 



1122 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3233 



iota? 


PUO 




lOaSO 


0*L 




10<»51 


MTC 




10aS2 


FMC 




lOaSa 


PLC 




lOaSS 


VAN 




10160 


FMC 




100*5 


PLG 




lOaTO 


GCP 




10474 


C«X 




looei 


GCP 




10482 


GCP 




10483 


*MC 


AMI 


10486 


Crc 




104fl8 


ecp 




10492 


6CP 




104Q5 


ROM 




lOSOO 


ROH 




lOSll 


NOX 




10513 


»MC 


AMI 


lOSlS 


ABC 




10526 


ouo 




10533 


N»C 




10534 


FL8 




10537 


FMC 




10546 


FMC 




10547 


INL 




10556 


FAR 


MCC 


10566 


CMP 




10571 


CRA 




10577 


GCP 




10579 


CMP 




10585 


KCH 




10588 


SPA 




10590 


CMP 




10592 


FMC 




10593 


GCP 




10594 


SIO 




10598 


LAT 




10599 


HOY 


LEA 


10600 


HOY 


LFA 


10601 


SIU 




10602 


INT 




10603 


CMP 




10604 


SIO 





OV PONT LONOAX WEEO KILLER 

FLAIR SHAMPOO FDR DOGS AND CATS 

M.T.C, PET SHAMPOO 

AFOLAN BRAND LINURON 7.5 GRANULAR HiRBICIOE 

PLANTCO SESONE MEED PREVENTER CONTAINS DISUL (SODIUM) 

GUARDSMAN DIHFTHOATE 40 INSECTICIDE 

LTOUIO CLEARIT VEG KIL 

PLANTCO SODIUM TCA INHIBITED PELLETS 

GREEN CROSS 6LY0DEX 37-22 M.P, FUNGICIDE 

NATA (SODIUM TCA) HERBICIDE 

GREEN CROSS 25S METHOXVCHLOR INSECTICIDE 

toEEN CROSS 15X METHOXVCHLOR INSECTICIDE LIQUID 

hEEDAR MCPA SODIUM SALT AS LIOUID HERBICIDE 

AftATE 5C CAPSULES FOR moSOuITO L*PVAE CONTROL 

GREEN CROSS TOMATO AND POTATO OUST SQUEEZE OUSTER 

GREEN CROSS ALANAP > 3 LIOUID HERBICIDE CONTAINS NAPTALAM 

OIKAR FUNGICIOE-HITICIOE WETTABLE PONDER 

TDK MP 50 SELECTIVE POST EMERGENT HERBICIDE 

NOXAL DAMGONE DOG REPELLENT OUST 

AMCHEM ORNAMENTAL GRANULAR MEEOER 

MACO 15% METHOXVCHLOR INSECTICIDE SOLUTION 

DU PONT MANZATE 200 manCQZEB FUNGICIDE 

VEG-OUT-NON-SELECTTvr mEEDKILLEP 

FLINTKOTE MOOD PRESERVATIVE CLEAR CONTAINS PENTACHLOROPHfNOL 

PHALTAN 7 • SEVIN 7 OUST FUN6ICIDE»INSECTICIDE CONTAINS FOLPET 

AND CARBARVL 

FIXED COPPER OUST FUNGICIDE 

THURICIDE 90 TS MICROBIAL INSECTICIDE AQUEOUS SUSPENSION 

FaRNAM STaBLE-SPRAV EmuLSIFIaBLE FLY-KILLER CONCENTRATE 

CONTAINING DICHLORVOS AND DIME 

OEECOP POTATO, T0H4T0 AND VEGETABLE OUST 

SMUR-KILL SLUG PELLETS CONTAINING HETALDEHVOE 

CaPTAN so MP 

CHIPMAN ANT AND GRUB KILLER DUST CONTAINS CHLORDANE 

RIDOEk DDvP-10 INDUSTRIAL FOGGING INSECTICIDE 

SPRATT'S E"ZEE MEED LIQUID 2,4-D AMINE KILLS LAMN HEEDS 

CHIPMAN LAMN mEEOKILLEP CONTAINS MECOPROP* OICAMBA 

AND 2«a-D LIOUID 
MHITE LATEX RODENT REPELLENT 
GREEN CROSS SLUG DESTROYER PELLETS 
CROSS COUNTRY ANT AND GRUB KILLER DUST 
LATER'S MOUSE I GOPHER FOE CONTAINS STRYCHNINE 
PRIST ANTI-ICING AND BIOCIDAL FUEL ADDITIVE 
PRIST ANTI-ICING AND BIOCIDAL AVIATION FUEL ADDITIVE 
CYGON 2-E SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 

CO-OP ALFALFA SPRAY E.C. INSECTICIDE CONTAINS MALATHION AND 
METHOXVCHLOR 

CHIPMAN METHOXVCHLOR 8PPAY CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 
CROSS COUNTRY GRASS i MEED KILLER CONTAINS OIQUAT AND PARAQUAT 



1123 



3234 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 577/76 



10609 


CHP 




10617 


CHD 




10619 


«VL 




10620 


8TP 




106?1 


8TF 




10623 


MCC 




10626 


CHt» 




10627 


INT 




in62<» 


GCP 




10631 


RUG 




1063U 


CPH 




10636 


OOw 




1063S 


OIT 




10630 


•«IL 




10603 


INT 




1061a 


INT 




10650 


CHP 




106S3 


OTT 




I06S« 


OIT 




10657 


CCP 




10658 


INT 




10663 


FED 




10672 


DOW 




10670 


BAT 




10675 


"IL 




10677 


PLG 




10679 


oirj 


. DTE 


10680 


TRM 


DDL 


10681 


GCP 




10682 


UNR 




10667 


WIL 




10688 


TUC 




10669 


KEL 


MCC 


10690 


L»T 




10692 


GCP 




10700 


MBE 




10701 


RIM 




10708 


DIB 


DIA 


10710 


KIN 




10711 


KIN 




10712 


CGC 




10715 


CHP 




10717 


ABE 




10727 


MBE 




10726 


MBE 





GRANULES 

IMIOAM FRUIT TRFE IN3ECTICI0F WETTA8LE POWDER 

CHAPMAN TIMPREC B POL«Nt) TVPE WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

GREASE 
SrviN POULTRY AND LIVESTOCK WETTABLE INSECTICIDE 
8UTAN 5G A SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 
SUTAN lOG A SELECTIVE HERBICIDE FOR CORN 
HCLELLANO CATTLE FLV AND LOUSE POWDER 
CHIPMAN SOIL AND BULB DUST INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE 
CO*OP WEED BAN HERBICIDE GRANULES CONTAINS PARAQUAT AND OIOUAT 
GRAN WEED PREVENTER 
CRESO-PHIL DISINFECTANT 

CHIPM4N FERBAM 95 WETTABLE POWDER FUNGICIDE 
DURSBAN 2E EMULSIFIABLE INSECTICIDE 
CHLOROANE liOm WETTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 
WILSON«S GARDEN SPRAY 

CO-DP POTATO-TOMATO INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE DUST 
CO-OP 5X SEVIN INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE 

CHIPMAN LIVESTOCK BOMB PRESSURIZED SPRAY INSECTICIDE 
CHLORDANE 5 D DuST INSECTICIDE 
M4LATHI0N 25w WETTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 
GREEN CROSS GARDAL SYSTEMIC ROSE AND ORNAMENTAL SPRAY 
CO-OP ANT, GRUB AND CUTWORM KILLER 

FEDERAL NON-MERCURY SEED PROTECTANT POLVRAM FUNGICIDE POWDER 
DURSBAN T EMULSIFIABLE INSECTICIDE FOR THE CONTROL OF CUTWORMS 
In TOBACCO 

BARTLETT 95X FERBAM AGRICULTURAL FUNGICIDE 
WILSON'S ROSE DUST 

PLANT FOG DIAZINON THERMAL FOGGING INSECTICIDE 
ThERA-GROOM pet shampoo FOR DOGS 
RFPEL-A-CIDE SHAMPOO FOR DOGS 

GREEN CROSS CUTwORM OUST OR SPRAY CONTAINS CHLORDANC 
VITAVAX WETTABLE POWDER NON-MERCURIAL SEED PROTECTANT 
WILSON'S FRUIT TREE SPRAY OR DUST 
STOKFLY RESIDUAL SPRAY 
KEMIN GRAIN SAVOR LIQUID 

LATER'S METHOXYCHLOR 25X E.C, INSECTICIDE 
GREEN CROSS INSECT POWDER 
MARQUETTE INSECTICIDE AND FUNGICIDE 

RICHCRAFT BRAND PAINTABLE WOOD PRESERVATIVE RICH-PENT 
CONTAINS PENTACHLOROPHENOL 
DACTHAL 6-5 HERBICIDE 
KING 5 X SEVIN AND 7 X COPPER OUST 
KING TOMATO POTATO AND VEGETABLE DUST 
FLY-TOX INSECTICIDE BLOC CONTAINS OlCHLORVOS 
CHIPMAN CHLORDANE SPRAY CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 
35-15 MAL-THOX FOGGING OIL CONCENTRATE 
MARQUETTE MAR-COP 775 INSECTICIDE ET FONGICIOE 
MARQUETTE ""FLORAL" INSECTICIDE 



1124 



I 



O. Reg. 577/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3235 



10730 


MBE 




10751 


INT 




1073a 


L*T 




10736 


DtT 




107O2 


L*T 




10705 


L*T 




10700 


»HC 


AHI 


107«5 


L»T 




10709 


MBE 




107^0 


"BE 




10757 


L*T 




107i8 


L*T 




1075'* 


HAT 




10763 


cut 




1077Q 


REC 




lP7«d 


CHV 




10787 


REC 




107«8 


SAL 




107S9 


INT 




10792 


8EN 




10793 


TRO 




1079U 


THO 




10797 


ROH 




10798 


G*L 




10«0S 


GCP 




>0A06 


8TF 




tOM07 


CON 




loais 


OIT 




10817 


OLH 




10823 


KfN 




10829 


L*S 


*LS 


10H3a 


AHC 


AMI 


10853 


CCP 




10856 


CuS 


CGC 


10866 


SAF 




10869 


BPC 




1087O 


OOh 




10876 


CLL 




10877 


INT 




10880 


CMV 




10885 


GCP 




10889 


CBE 




10891 


TUC 




10892 


KEY 


COO 


10897 


FHC 





MPRBICIOE MERPTTEX 

CO>0P 300IUM T.C.A. 6RAS8 KILLER PELLETS 

LATFLHmER t GARD INS, 

MARFARIN SP, SOLUHLE POdOER ROOENTICIDE 

UATER'S 6AR0-N-AI0 ROSE SPRAY INSECTIC IDE-FUN6ICI0E 

LATFR»S BERRY SPRAY INSECTICIOE-FiJNSICIOE CONTAINS 

NALAThlON, FERBAM, MFTMOXYCM 
AMCHEM aEFOONF PPEEMERGENCE CRABGRASS CONTROL 
LATER'S POTATO ANO TONATO DUST INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE 
»«AROUETTE INSECTEX POUDRE lOt METHOX YCHLORE INSECTICIDE 
HBE MfTHOxYCHLORE ?0t EC INSECTICIDE 
LATER'S CRA-LING INSECT KILLER RESIDUAL SPRAY 
LATER'S FRUIT TREE SPRAY "ITICIDE-INSECTICIOE 
BARTLETT MALATHION 5 E.C. ENULSIFIABLE INSECTICIDE 
RES-N. STAIN CLEAR WOOD PRESERVATIVE 
HTRA-SOL LlOUlO OEODORIZFR 

ORTHOCIOE 60 xETTARLE PO»OER FUNGICIDE CONTAINS CAPTAN 
RFCURD'S FORMULA 26 CONTAINS meTHOXYCHLOR 
PFAK OF THE MARKET SLUG BAIT 
CO-OP 3,9X ZINEB FUNGICIDE DUST 
MOORwOOO CLEAR PENTA wOOD PRESERVATIVE 
TROJAN TRL-21 RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE SPRAY 
TROJAN TRL-160 FOGGING INSECTICIDE CONCENTRATE 
TOK/RM EC SELECTIVE POST EMERGENCE HERBICIDE 
PEAK OF THE MARKET MAN7ATE t DUST POTATO FUNGICIDE 
GREEN CROSS RENAZOLIN LIQUID HERBICIDE FOR hILD MUSTARD CONTROI 
IN RAPE 

8ETASAN 12,5 GRANULAR SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 

CPNSOLITE MEEO-O GRASS AND mFED KILLER CONTAINS SODIUM CHLQRATI 
SODIUM METABORATE AND monuRQN 
L*2 FOG OIL CONTAINS LINDANE 
OCHEMCO MCPA AMINE 80 LIQUID "EEO KILLER 
RIODEX 8-P RESIDUAL SPRAY INSECTICIDE 
BETTER GARDEN LIQUID 2.0-0 "EEDKILLER 
BACK YARD CLEAN-UP LIQUID AMITROLE "EEDKILLER 
GREEN CROSS NON-ARSENICAL* VEGETATION KILLER 
EVERSMIELD Cm SEED PROTECTANT SUSPENSION FOR CONTROL OF 
CERTAIN DISEASES AND STORED PR 
NO, 5 MX FOG OIL CONTAINING METHOXYCHLOR 
RROPCORn liquid fungicide for corn PRESERVATION 
RUELENE 12R CATTLE INSECTICIDE 
ChEmSTOR liquid PRESERVATIVE FOR CORN AND CEREALS 

co-op cvgon 2e e.c, 

ortmo diazinon insect spray 

maloran 50« selective herbicide 

super-lastic aood preservative t sealer-clear 

barnfly spray residual concentrate contains oimetmoate 

GlOMON TREE KILLER 

SEED PROTECTANT fUNOICIOE POLYRAM LIQUID 



1125 



3236 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 577/76 






10911 



CGC 
CGC 



CFR 



10912 


N*C 




1041tt 


GCP 




1091S 


PFF 




10916 


PFF 




10918 


HIE 




109P6 


NPU 




10927 


INT 




10929 


SCT 


SHY 


10930 


SCT 


SHy 


10931 


SUO 


tNL 


109iJ 


3UI3 


ENL 


10936 


now 




109«7 


OOt" 




109U9 


GCP 




10951 


PFN 




10952 


FHC 




1095« 


3CU 




10957 


CBC 




10959 


UNR 




t096a 


HIL 




10965 


wIL 




109bb 


SIC 




10966 


CRA 




10969 


GCP 




10970 


GCP 




1.0971 


FMC 




10975 


FMC 




1097a 


FMC 




10978 


CGA 




10980 


CG* 




10981 


CGA 




1098? 


FMC 




1098a 


TUC 




10985 


LAT 




1098b 


UNH 




10988 


CGA 




10991 


SHL 




10992 


01 T 




10995 


LAT 




10999 


RAL 





SPECTHACIOF GARDEN SPRAY INSECTICIOt LIQUID CONTAINS DIAZINON 
SPECTRACIDE LAWN AND GARDEN INSECT KILLER GRANULAR CONTAINS 5S 

DIAZINON 

CERTIFIED 55 SELECTIVE BROADlEAF WEED KILLER CONTAINS 2,4-0 ANC 

MFCOPROP 

NATIONAL CHEmsEARCH SELECT-TPOL 

GOFFN CROSS GARDEN AND FRUIT TREE SPRAY 

PFIZER NECOPROP 08 

PFIZER "ECOPROP 2,0-0 

HIKOF LINDANE RESinUAL INSECT SPRAY 

PROTOX A/85 PRFSERVATIF IMPERMEABLE POUR LE BOIS 

CO-OP CORN SFEO PROTECTANT OUST CONTAINS AND METMOXYCHLOB 

PPO TURF HROAO SPECTRUM GRANULAR WEEDICIOE CONTAINS 2,4-0 AND 

OICAMBA 

KANSEL GRANULAR WEED CONTROL CONTAINS 2,4-0 AND OICAMBA 

ChAPEMONE RABBIT AND DEER REPELLENT 

CHAPERONE POWDER FOR USE On FLEA KILL BED OR CATNAP 

PLICTRAN 50W MITICIDE 

DOW TCA PELLETS INHIBITED 

GREEN CROSS POISON IVY KILLER 

PE8TR0Y LIQUID RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 

LIQUin FRUIT TREE SPRAY 

SCOTT'S CURE OUST CONTAINS ENDOSULFAN, CARBARYL, ZINEB 

AND SULPHUR 
PyRETMRUH liquid DTP FOR CONTROL OF BLOWFLIES ON FISH 
PRO-GRO SYSTEMIC SEED PROTECTANT FOR ONIONS 
WILSON'S EVERGREEN SPRAY - SVSTEMIC INSECTICIDE - 

MITICIDE 
WILSON'S SOX SEVIN INSECTICIDE WETTAflLE POWDER 
SICO INCOLORF NO 774-104 PBESERVATIF MYDROFUGE 
COLIN ROSS CUSTOM FORMULATION INSECT REPELLENT 
GREEN CROSS ESTAMINE 80 MCPA wEEO KILLER 

GREEN CROSS E3TAMINE 80 2,4-0 LOW VOLATILE LIQUID WEEDKILLER 
LIQUID WONDER WEEDER 

WEED PREVENTER SPRAY WITH DACTHAL wETTABLE PPWOEP 
GRANULAR WEED PREVENTER WITH DACTHAL 
BA3UDIN 5G GRANULAR INSECTICIDE CONTAINS DIAZINON 
BASuniN 14G GRANULAR INSECTICIDE CONTAINS DIAZINON 
ACARA8EN 50E EMULSIFIABLE INSECTICIDE OF CHLORBCNZIUATE 
LIQUID GARDENALL SPRAY 

CTOLAC INSECTICIDE LIVESTOCK DUST CONTAINS it CIOORIN 
LATER'S IX LINDANE DUST INSECTICIDE 
VITAFLO LIQUID SEED PROTECTANT 

PRIMATOL A. P. 5|5 BRAND OF ATRAZINE AND 2,4-D GRANULAR 
HERBICIDE 

RAHON INSECTICIDE 75X WETTABIE POWDER 
CHLOPOANE 40S OIL CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 
LATFR'S animal INSECT POWDER CONTAINS LINDANE 

Purina insecticide fogging solution 



1126 



O. Reg. 557/76 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3237 



nooo 


HAL 


11001 


CBO 


U002 


SML 


lionj 


GCP 


11005 


cvc 


llOOfc 


FHC 


1 1 1 s 


C»L 


UOlb 


GCP 


110?6 


PIT 


11027 


HRM 


11028 


VAR 


11031 


L*T 


1103U 


PFF 


11036 


MBE 


11037 


HPfc 


ltn3«! 


SAN 


11P39 


CHO 


110O6 


niT 


lioae 


FEP 


1 1 050 


FIS 


11051 


L*T 


11052 


PAA 


lluSa 


VIT 


11055 


GCP 


noM 


niio 


not.? 


auo 


UObb 


FMC 


llOfc? 


^ic 


11070 


nO« 


11071 


NOM 


11072 


SIO 


11075 


U'NB 


1107e 


SHL 


11077 


SML 


1 toso 


TEC 


llOBa 


3MA 


11086 


vEL 


11087 


INT 


linP8 


CHP 


11069 


INT 


11091 


AHC 


11092 


VEL 


110«»S 


VEL 


110^4 


VEL 


110V5 


VEL 


1109* 


L»T 



GIL 



HAL 
HEO 



JPS 



PliRTNA CATTLF INSECTICIDE DUST 

CS-RA-1 LIQUID SELECTIVE PRE-PL*nT mEHPICIOE 

RnRDEN GREENS AND FAIRmAVS GRANULAR CHAR6RASS PREVENTER 

GBEFN CROSS GRANULAR VEGETATION KILLER 

CvTHOL POISON IVV KILLI^R CONTAINS AMITROLE 

ETHTON S PLUS THIRAM 7.5 INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE 

BPITIN STAIN CIEAH (CONTAINS PEnTACMLOROPMENOL ) 

RROHOPHOS 25« WETTABLF POKOER INSECTICIDE 

PRTNCEP Hr, GRANULAR HERBICIDE OF SI^AZIME 

BPAMCO HAnZATE « DUST POTATO FUNGICIDE 

GUARDSMAN FUNGICIDE M MFTTA8LE POxDER CONTAINS nanCB 

LATFB'S LAWN WEEDKILLER LIOUIO 2,a-D AHINE 

SAeiTHANE-eo>80X MANEB fP AGRICULTURAL FUNGICIDE 

MARQUETTE LARVEX 5t INSECTICIDE 

MARQUfiTTE MARTOX INSECTICIDE SPRAY 

SANFAX OYNA.KILL CDNCFNTHATED OIL SULUBLE INSECTICIDE 

CmaPCO 3 S C CONCENTRATE LIQUID FUNGICIDE CONCENTRATE 

FOR SAP«STAIN and CERTAIN MO 
DIAZINON IX INSECTICIDE SOLUTION 
FPC LIQUID LINDANE IX RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 
FTSONS DUR8BAN 25E FmuLSIFIABLE INSECTICIDE 
LATER'S lOX MANZATE 200 POTATO SEEP TUBER FUNGICIDE 
MOSS-STOP 

LFTHALAIRE A. SO AN AEROSOL INSECTICIDE CONTAINING OICHLORVOS 
GREEN CROSS FSTAMINE NON-VDLATILE BRUSHKILLER 80 LIQUID 
HERHICTOE 

TFRSAN 1991 TURF FUNGICIDE mETTABLE POuOEH 
BENLATE FUNGICIDE NETTABLE POMOER FUR ORNAMENTALS 
AFESIN S0« HERBICIDE LETTABLE POWDER CONTAINS MONQLINURON 
AFESIN 2 mEMbICIDE 

tarcpate pure tar creosote 

TARCDATE PENTASDL MOOD PRESERVATIVE CLEAR, GREEN OR BROmn 

CONTAINS PtNTACHLOROPMENOL 

CROSS COUNTRY MEED KILLER FOR LA«NS 

SYSTEMIC NON.MERCURIAL VITaFIO 0,B, SEED PROTECTANT 

vapona/malathion Insecticide fogging solution 
vapona/malathion insecticide fogginu solution 

DynaFOG 99 READy-TO-USE INSECTICIDE 
Shamrock malathion sox t.C. 
VELSICOL mCPAK «« liquid meED KILLkM 

cn-op MCPAK 6a liquid meed ktller 

mantpx sox maneb m.p. fungicide 

co-op 75x mcpa spdium salt soluble ponofcr weed killer 

Super d meeoone foam »,eed killer 

kiarfabin plus sulf auuinox al ine concentrate insecticide 

OIPhACiN - llO CONCENTRATE